Neha Chollangi joins Future of Good as Special Projects Writer

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I’m very excited to announce that Neha Chollangi has joined the Future of Good team of journalists. 

Neha joins us as a Special Projects Writer. She will be working closely with our partnerships team, covering stories of impact-oriented organizations across the country — from tech for good and the growing social enterprise movement to the future of philanthropy and how frontline social services are transforming. 

Neha is a reporter based in the South Okanagan region in B.C. She is a graduate from the School of Journalism at X University (formally known as Ryerson University), where she developed a keen interest in long form journalism. She loves sitting down with people, listening to their stories, and crafting good conversations into a compelling piece of writing. Neha is interested in understanding the rapidly changing landscape of our culture today and how it impacts the way we live and interact with each other. She is excited to broaden her knowledge about Canadian issues and those working to tackle them while working with Future of Good. 

Since our launch in January 2019, Future of Good has quickly become an essential source of stories, analysis, and commentary to make sense of a sector and society in transition. Future of Good’s mission is to enrich changemakers everyday with smart coverage of the social impact world. Every week, thousands of changemakers from the non-profit, co-operative, corporate, social enterprise, philanthropic, social finance, academic, and public sectors subscribe to our content, attend events and engage with a pan-Canadian peer community.

It’s not lost on our team that we’re incredibly fortunate to be expanding our team in the midst of a pandemic. That’s thanks to you — our readers, members, partners and investors. Thank you for your confidence in Future of Good as an essential source of information on the rapidly changing world of social impact. 

Please join me in welcoming Neha to the Future of Good team!

Kylie Adair