Holiday Change-Makers List… Are You Checking It Twice?

Since the holidays are coming soon, I wanted to make a list—and check it twice—about simple things that you can do to make a difference. Since my brother and I started One More Generation (OMG) back in 2009, we have created three divisions: Animal Conservation, Environmental Conservation, and Youth Empowerment. Each of these divisions is designed to allow youth around the world to make a … Continue reading Holiday Change-Makers List… Are You Checking It Twice?

Two Kids, One Year, a Lifetime of Experiences

Ever since I was given this amazing opportunity to share stories about amazing people here on the Nat Geo Education blog, I have been blessed with meeting some incredible people who are all working hard to change the world for the better. It doesn’t matter how large the task or how hard they have to work, the people in my articles are all ready to … Continue reading Two Kids, One Year, a Lifetime of Experiences

And the ‘Golden Tusk’ Award goes to…

Hi! It’s Olivia from OMG here. Each week, I get to interview some amazing people from around the world and this week is no exception. Animal conservation is a big thing to me and my brother, so whenever we hear about someone doing something special to save animals, it makes us feel better because we know we are not the only ones helping to save … Continue reading And the ‘Golden Tusk’ Award goes to…

Give this guy a cape…

Hello everyone! For this week’s blog, I get to introduce you to an amazing young man who in our opinion deserves his very own superhero cape. Recently, I got to catch up with Luca Berardi. Luca currently resides in Kenya with his parents, and that’s where he founded his own conservation project, Y.A.R.H (Young Animal Rescue Heroes). Here is a short video he created about the … Continue reading Give this guy a cape…

What Does OMG Mean to You?

Why am I blogging for National Geographic? The story starts back in 2008, when my aunt was in Africa. She wanted to bring back something for my brother, Carter, and me. So she came back with certificates letting us know we each adopted a cheetah. Carter and I both were so happy when we got them. A year after the adoptions, we had to renew … Continue reading What Does OMG Mean to You?