So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories. They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about. We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.
Andrew Dennis | Academic Tutor
I want to be remembered for the positive influence I had on others. Through direct education and mentorship I have the ability to impact people’s lives and be remembered as someone who helped people achieve their dreams. Read more>>
Marjan Sattarzadeh | Founder of Jan Studio
Authenticity. Standing behind your brand, product, and morality are all so important to me. To support people, causes, to donate and participate when you can, to stand behind your friends, vendors, your word, and to deliver, those are the things that stay with people and the things I stand by. I want people to remember me by all of these things that are so important to me. Read more>>
Star Trauth | Artist
Legacy whispers toward the future by telling stories that pull from the past. The constant thread through my body of work is my legacy. My journey has been rich, varied, and painful at times. I have amassed a vast tapestry of memories, experiences, joys, and scars. With these mounting stories I decided to author my own expectations for a lasting purpose. I want the beautiful and the broken to mean something. When I became a mother I noticed how she watched everything I did with a measure of curiosity. As my work was published and exhibited people began to be affected by it. To me this is a huge responsibility. Read more>>