Stephanie Walstrom

Stephanie Walstrom
Stephanie works on ONE's Global Marketing Team and manages the ONE store. Prior to ONE, she worked as a grant writer and development consultant for a wide range of nonprofits. She has a degree in International Affairs from Marquette University.

Author contributions

Interview: Bryan Walsh keeps electricity access on TIME readers’ radar

Interview: Bryan Walsh keeps electricity access on TIME readers’ radar

This post is part of ONE’s “Reporter Perspectives: Covering Africa” blog series. Did you know that over a billion people worldwide are living without electricity? Bryan Walsh hopes you do. The TIME Foreign Editor has been writing about electricity access in developing countries for years, long before many people had eve......
We taste-tested 12 fair trade chocolate bars. Here’s our 3 favorites.

We taste-tested 12 fair trade chocolate bars. Here’s our 3 favorites.

Photos and styling by Jordan Elton and Nicole Ouellette In honor of Valentine’s Day, ONE staffers taste-tested some of the best fair and direct trade chocolate on the market to find our absolute favorite.  To find the winners, we created a bracket, got some serious foodies in the ONE office to judge in the taste-off,......
8 Valentine’s Day gifts for activists

8 Valentine’s Day gifts for activists

Want to really spread the love this Valentine’s Day? Find the perfect token of affection for your loved ones—and make a positive impact in the developing world while you do it. Check out these socially-conscious Valentine’s Day gifts that the activists in your life are sure to love:
Interview: Kenyan journalist Coletta Wanjohi on the state of African media

Interview: Kenyan journalist Coletta Wanjohi on the state of African media

This post is part of ONE’s “Reporter Perspectives: Covering Africa” blog series. For Coletta Wanjohi, the new year brings an opportunity for journalists around the world to commit to highlighting Africa’s untold stories. Wanjohi, who was born in Kenya, works as a news correspondent for Press TV in Ethiopia and Chann......
4 Priorities for Africa in 2015

4 Priorities for Africa in 2015

There’s no way around it: 2015 is a big year. From major elections to historic summits of world leaders, there are a lot of important moments to watch out for around the globe. Africa, in particular, is set to have an eventful year. But some of the most important issues and events happening on the continent…...
Interview: Stephanie Sinclair’s storytelling through photos

Interview: Stephanie Sinclair’s storytelling through photos

This post is part of ONE’s “Reporter Perspectives: Covering Africa” blog series. Sometimes photos tell a more powerful story than words. Stephanie Sinclair knows this well; she’s been telling some of the world’s most important human rights stories through the lens of a camera for over a decade. Sinclair is a Pulit......
Taste test: Best fair trade tea

Taste test: Best fair trade tea

Co-written by Emily Walker and Jordan Elton December 15th is International Tea Day, a moment to raise awareness for the global tea trade’s impact on workers and small growers — especially in developing countries. We at ONE love a good cup of tea, so we decided to steep some of the world’s best fair trade varie......
Interview: Helene Cooper gives Western media a ‘C+’ on Ebola coverage

Interview: Helene Cooper gives Western media a ‘C+’ on Ebola coverage

This post is part of ONE’s “Reporter Perspectives: Covering Africa” blog series. Helene Cooper is bringing a unique and important voice to coverage of the Ebola crisis. The Liberian-born American journalist recently returned to the US from a 2-week trip to Liberia to cover Ebola for The New York Times. While there, C......
3 Reasons why children’s books about Africa matter

3 Reasons why children’s books about Africa matter

Today is Universal Children’s Day! In honor of kids everywhere, we’re celebrating the winners of the Children’s Africana Book Awards (CABA). This award recognizes authors and illustrators who create accurate, quality children’s books that counter stereotypical depictions of Africa. When Ifeoma Onye......
The 2014 ONE Holiday Gift Guide

The 2014 ONE Holiday Gift Guide

The holiday season has arrived! Get more out of your holiday shopping this season – buy gifts that make a positive impact in the developing world. Here’s a hand-picked list of 12 socially conscious products and ONE merchandise that we LOVE:  1. Haiti Christmas Stocking- Celebrate the season and decorate you......
Interview: Nick Kristof explains the struggles of writing about Africa

Interview: Nick Kristof explains the struggles of writing about Africa

This post is part of ONE’s “Reporter Perspectives: Covering Africa” blog series. This month, we sat down with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nicholas Kristof to discuss how he approaches writing about Africa.  “What connects people to issues is individual stories.” Nicholas Kristof, sitting across from me in......
A week with ONE, and a promise kept

A week with ONE, and a promise kept

“You’ll experience DC like you never have before.” This—the trip of a lifetime—was ONE’s promise to volunteers in July when we kicked off the Power Project contest. Our volunteers responded to the contest with gusto, sending more than 44,000 messages to Congress this summer in support of the Energize Africa Act.......
Meet the winners of ONE’s #PowerProject!

Meet the winners of ONE’s #PowerProject!

This week, ONE flew 13 of our most dedicated volunteers to DC to thank them for their hard work on the Power Project. These committed volunteers were part of a campaign that delivered more than 44,000 messages to the Senate this summer in support of the Energize Africa Act, a bill that will bring electricity to more than......
Gladys’ story: Why my success has a ripple effect on others

Gladys’ story: Why my success has a ripple effect on others

Proof that socially conscious companies are making a real impact Meet Gladys Sala Petey, president of the Christian Mothers Association Shea Butter Cooperative in Damongo, Ghana. She works with Shea Yeleen International, a social enterprise that trains women-owned cooperatives to produce, market and sell shea butter. In a......
The Ebola outbreak in six videos

The Ebola outbreak in six videos

As the worst Ebola outbreak in history continues to spread through West Africa, it’s important to stay in-the-know. We’ve collected several videos from around the web that provide reliable information and share personal stories of those impacted by the Ebola virus. A quick Ebola overview (BBC) Doctors Without Borders on t......