About Allie Kehoe

Allie Kehoe is a Canada Live Below the Line Officer. Before joining The Global Poverty Project, she worked at The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. She has a BA in international studies from Boston College, and is a huge fan of travel, music, and buffalo chicken pizza.

Why Allie Kehoe is a Global Citizen

I am a global citizen because I want to encourage people to care about issues and events beyond those affecting them directly. As a global citizen, I feel connected to others around the globe and am inspired to create a world without extreme poverty by 2030.

Stories

  1. Article: Empowering widows in Holi and beyond
    Girls & Women

    Empowering widows in Holi and beyond

    By Allie Kehoe|March 12, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    In some parts of India, there is still a large amount of social stigma around being a widow. Read more

  2. Article: The unexpected lessons of parkour
    Citizenship

    The unexpected lessons of parkour

    By Allie Kehoe|March 9, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Parkour helps us find beauty in our surroundings and discover unique ways to express ourselves. Read more

  3. Article: Activism 101 in the 21st century
    Citizenship

    Activism 101 in the 21st century

    By Allie Kehoe|March 6, 2015

    Your guide to becoming an activist. Read more

  4. Article: The social power of music
    Citizenship

    The social power of music

    By Allie Kehoe|March 1, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    "Music is the great uniter. An incredible force." Read more

  5. Article: Can Martians save Earth?
    Citizenship

    Can Martians save Earth?

    By Allie Kehoe|Feb. 25, 2015

    Danger, danger Will Robinson! Martians can save us all! Read more

  6. Article: How criticism from journalists can help NGOs
    Citizenship

    How criticism from journalists can help NGOs

    By Allie Kehoe|Feb. 20, 2015

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  7. Article: No Valentine? There's Still a Reason to Celebrate
    Citizenship

    No Valentine? There's Still a Reason to Celebrate

    By Allie Kehoe|Feb. 13, 2015

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  8. Article: Can we continue to justify unpaid internships?
    Citizenship

    Can we continue to justify unpaid internships?

    By Allie Kehoe|Feb. 10, 2015|Global Poverty Project

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  9. Article: Do you accept the challenge?
    Food & Hunger

    Do you accept the challenge?

    By Allie Kehoe|Jan. 22, 2015

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