Dianna Cohen, a visual artist and environmentalist, aims to raise awareness about pollution in the world's oceans.
Anna Maria Chávez, the former leader of an organization she loved as a child, on the mentors who shaped her career
The criminologist Geoffrey Alpert says that it’s not just the substance of constructive criticism that matters—it’s also whom that criticism comes from.
To the ragtag groups of volunteers that help him create his artwork, the sculptor Patrick Dougherty is a boss, a mentor, and a humble peer.
The haunting things Bob Lang once saw as a firefighter have influenced the advice he now gives to young colleagues in his work as a lawyer.
The writer Ashley C. Ford and her mentor, Roxane Gay, discuss the professional advice they’ve gotten and how to cope with criticism.
The economists Darrick Hamilton and Sandy Darity met as student and adviser. Now, they see themselves as equals.
Dispensing with the usual meetups over coffee, two biomedical engineers created a platform to more easily connect young people with professional guidance.
Kaya Thomas, a 21-year-old coder and advocate, has been vocal about the industry’s homogeneity.
Harper Poe, a South Carolina-based designer, on the dangers of using another person's story to sell a dress or a handbag
Stacey Abrams has made a career for herself in politics, but that’s not where she looks for guidance.
“You don’t want someone that will tell you exactly what to do. That’s not the point of a mentor.”