On my recent trip to Paris, I reconnected with one of our marketing interns, Laurel, who spent a couple months with us last summer. Over the course of the last two years, smallpower has had a chance to work with several Global Communication graduate students from the American University of Paris (AUP) who have worked as producers, designers, and branding experts.
Since returning to Paris to continue her studies, Laurel has organized fundraising events at AUP to spread the word about smallpower and RQLV. Thanks to her efforts, Jama has received the newest instructional guides to programs like Final Cut Pro and Motion.
We're all grateful for Laurel's continued commitment to what we're doing down here. Our relationship with international universities like AUP has proved invaluable as smallpower attempts to engage in a dialogue with students and Behavior Change Communications (BCC) professionals around the world.