This has made a huge difference in my physical abilities needed to sit at the computer all day.
In latin it’s called Non Sibi (not for oneself) or Pro-Bono, and in yoga we call it Seva. It’s commonly known as Service to the community.
Both Dia and Sarah value and respect this work and it has been a consistent part of their lives. It is only natural that Non-Sibi/Pro-Bono/Seva/Service would also be a foundation for Workplace Evolved.
Currently Dia sits on the board of advisors for KIPP Colorado Schools. Dia is grateful for the extraordinary education she received, and appreciates its value every day. She believes no child should be denied a good education and a chance to be anything they want in life. She dedicates time and resources to making sure children in underserved communities have access to opportunity and learn to believe in themselves.
Sarah is also motivated to give back to the community. With her training in providing yoga to Cancer patients, Sarah regularly gives back to those struggling with and triumphing over health issues.