The Warp and Weft of our Connected Lives

November 10th, 2017 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

On October 30th, the company I have contributed to for several years (GENBAND) merged with another company (Sonus), to form a combined global communications brand we named Ribbon Communications.  And this week, I was proud to represent the newly combined companies on a panel regarding the importance of diversity in the workplace, and the opportunity for all of us to be our “true selves” even when we are at work.

In this hyper-connected, hyper-fast world, we are no longer living our lives based on the traditional rules and timetables, and with amazing real-time communications tools and ubiquitous connectivity, are able to be more productive and more collaborative than ever – and this can truly change the world.

We are commuting less, as we work remotely, but are feeling more connected, as we work collaboratively seeing each other on screens instead of in conference rooms.

We are communicating more, as the cost to connect with others has plummeted to free, with game-changing “over the top” applications, and even traditional dial tone phone calls from anywhere to everywhere are no longer dollars or cents per minute but are fractions of a cent per minute.

We are watching traditional television less, opting to watch and binge watch increasingly high-quality theatrical films, documentaries, musical performances and more on the device of our choosing, at the time of our choosing.

We are sharing more – more photos, more moments, more of our “life stories” whether on a blog like this, or on social media channels – and connecting with each other during the most difficult times, including terrorist attacks which cause millions of people to share thoughts, prayers and meditations with perfect strangers, continents away in support of the human spirit.

My grandson Hudson

We are reprogramming the very way our children and grandchildren are growing up, learning, connecting with their friends and families, and just ‘being’ in a digital world.

We are redesigning the way we deliver healthcare, with telehealth applications that can instantly bring an expert to a person in acute danger of losing their lives for an instant consultation and diagnosis, reprogramming the way we care for patients when they leave the hospital, reprogramming the way we care for the elderly.

We are opening up new opportunities for digital jobs, whether we are supporting a cloud-based contact center offering perfect careers for working parents; we are simplifying the way businesses interact with their customers, partners and employees; we are changing the economics of how work gets done as we find ourselves alive and well in the fourth industrial revolution: connected everything.

Our communications are no longer linear, they are fluid, flowing and shaping how we live and how we leave our mark.

Our communications are contextual and whether voice or video, whether messaging or machines, our interactions are threads being pulled through the warp and weft of our daily lives and the lives we lead over years and decades – and how we live, as it is recorded and shared, becomes our true legacy, a legacy that will outlive us given the digital footprint we will all now leave behind.

Ribbon Communications was a name that rose out of many philosophical and business discussions between two leadership teams combining two cultures of successful global companies coming together, and two competitors now becoming a collective force in the marketplace.

It’s been an amazing opportunity for me to support this process, a learning moment for me and for my team. I am grateful to the gifted leaders who have put these businesses together with intelligence and grace, to my mentor David Walsh the founder of Kandy, to my new CEO Ray Dolan, to my hard working and super kind and smart boss, Patrick Joggerst and to many, many more individuals around me who inspire me with their hard work and dedication on a daily basis.  I am grateful to my team, who worked tirelessly to discover the creative heart and soul of Ribbon, who genuinely care about what we do and whom we serve.

Above all, I feel humbly blessed that the people I work with understand that access to communications is important for everybody on the planet – digital inclusion isn’t just good for business, but great for society. Making communications, whether voice calls, video conversations, messaging, social media or other forms, universally accessible and affordable, makes anything possible.

How else can we all innovate – educate – and thrive in this new world – if we cannot connect and communicate? 

Stay tuned for more as together the team at Ribbon continues to redefine communications as more contextual, more colorful and more creative than we could have imagined. And more inclusive. Follow us on all social media platforms @ribboncomm #WeAreRibbon

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October 21st, 2017 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Dancing Over the Bridge: Supporting the Great Work of the Los Angeles Beirut Sister Cities Committee I am so excited to be dancing with seven other Angelenos on November 4th at the Dancing in the City of Stars event, benefiting the programs of the Los Angeles Beirut Sister Cities Committee (LABSC.)  A challenge that has […]

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July 23rd, 2017 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

21-year-old entrepreneur Shrey Fadia had an idea which came to him after seeing first-hand, people’s’ daily struggles when using a wheelchair and decided to do something about it. India is the second most populated country in the world, and is challenged, as are all countries, to find ways to efficiently help make the lives of […]

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June 22nd, 2017 by Bita Milanian - 6 Comments

With Fourth of July, Independence Day (United States) just around the corner, I can’t help but think about our nation’s visionary founders, and the many great leaders who have followed in their footsteps, dedicated to not only preserving but also improving upon the vision set forth by our founders. As a former refugee and immigrant […]

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May 12th, 2017 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Nurses come into our lives and families at the most important and tender times. What would we do without them? Today, around the world, we are celebrating International Nurses Day, on the birthday of Florence Nightingale, and today in New York City, at the United Nations, our friend and inspiration, Deb O’Hara Ruscowski, a RN, […]

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April 9th, 2017 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

  As a citizen of the world, I consider many countries my home! As a naturalized American citizen, forced to flee Iran as a young girl, and a grateful refugee who found support in Germany, then the U.S.; I am also often in Canada, where beloved members of my family live. While I am deeply […]

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December 27th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

In a high school near Princeton, New Jersey, home of the highest ranked university in the world producing some of the greatest minds, innovations and companies in history, and famous for Albert Einstein, students lead by an inspiring educator have built an online tutoring platform where young people around the world can help each other […]

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October 23rd, 2016 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Face Forward Mends the Lives of Victims of Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking and Other Cruel Acts of Crime It is impossible for those of us who live in loving relationships and families, who have the resources to lead comfortable lives, to imagine the pain and suffering of children and adults who are beaten, burned and […]

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September 11th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

What Happened on September 11 Has Inspired Millions to Never Give Up or Lose Hope, Even Under the Most Difficult Circumstances I was born on September 11 and feel honored each year to have the opportunity to look back on what happened on that day in 2001, not because of what the terrorists destroyed, but because […]

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September 8th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Iranian Baha’is Have a Human Right to Advance Through Study While Practicing Their Faith Education Is Not A Crime; a campaign that raises awareness of human rights abuses in Iran, is committed to protecting the rights of young people who have been barred from studying due to their beliefs, and encourages universities worldwide to admit […]

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August 25th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Fine Artist Zaria Forman’s Quiet & Powerful Activism  Zaria Forman‘s pastel drawings transcend photorealism, bringing the eye and heart into a mystery so strong the mind begins to work differently. Inspired by her mother, Rena Bass Forman, who planned an expedition to Greenland but never made it when she succumbed to brain cancer, Zaria honored […]

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August 10th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

We never know where innovation will rise, and for what meaningful purposes. This week, I learned about a project being led by a young 22-year old engineer name Madindra Aryal in Katmandu, Nepal who witnessed the devastating earthquake there and was inspired to invent a solar-powered panel able to light streets, homes and charge mobile […]

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July 29th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

Let’s Give Girls in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Other Countries Guitars That Can Inspire Kids Everywhere What started out for the renowned rock guitarist Lanny Cordola as a single trip to Kabul, Afghanistan, to meet and comfort a family that lost two young daughters in a tragic suicide bombing, has turned into a mission to teach girls […]

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June 19th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

On this Fathers’ Day, as we are all still trying to process the most recent tragedy in Orlando, I’m honored to share the story of a remarkable man. Iran Nazario continues to dedicate his life to eliminating gang warfare in Hartford, Connecticut while sharing his own life story, his strength and his philosophy to contribute […]

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May 28th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

After emerging as a movement in the last decade, Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) programs are starting to graduate children who have evolved into impressive young adults – and our future will be in their very capable hands and hearts.Photo: WindwardSchool.org On Friday, the Windward School’s Class of 2016 graduated, moving forward as responsible, well informed and inspired […]

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May 18th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Some human’s journeys are more personal than others. For my friend Reza Pakravan, his life’s journey is personal and passionate as he continues to race around the world living his best life, while drawing attention to some of the world’s greatest challenges. In March 2011, Reza set the world record for the fastest crossing of […]

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February 5th, 2016 by Bita Milanian - 3 Comments

Sometimes life throws challenges at us we simply cannot understand. Then a light comes on and a single individual recognizes the gift that adversity delivers, and has a crystal clear sense of their purpose.  Such is the case with a woman I admire so deeply. Her story is personal, and so is mine. Brandy McFadden […]

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December 1st, 2015 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

It’s a good, busy day today, reflecting on and sharing my thoughts and love with so many amazing social entrepreneurs who are benefiting from the great work the team at Giving Tuesday has been doing over the last few years to bring awareness to the joy that comes from giving. I’ve never been a fan […]

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November 16th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

It is no secret that I am keenly interested in innovation across a variety of fields. Innovation is the result of passion, determination, and a great deal of hard work. At its best, innovation – whether in the field of technology, economics, or social justice – leads to the betterment of lives. When I think […]

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November 1st, 2015 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Pari Forood is the first generation Iranian-American author of the true-life novel, The Gates of Light, published in May 2015. After graduating from Vassar College, she was the Press Secretary to Congressman Hamilton Fish, Jr. in Washington, D.C. where she was inspired to write her book about the issue of immigration, both as a policy […]

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September 19th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

For my friends Sultan and Kate Meghji, 2015 has been year of joy, achievement and sudden loss. Even as they were preparing to introduce their family foundation, inspired by decades of service by earlier generations in India, Africa, and North America – they got the news that their father, genetics pioneer Dr. Moez Meghji, passed away […]

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September 11th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - 17 Comments

Today, I celebrate my first birthday as a grandmother. Our grandson, Hudson, was born earlier this summer and when I held him in my arms, I knew my life was changed forever. Life is so precious – a miracle! When I, along with millions of others, saw the image of little Alan Kurdi washed up […]

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May 14th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

In my continued series on individuals who inspire me and are giving back to the community, I would like to feature author, social media genius, NPR Producer, mother of four and 2014 Ellis Island Medal of Honor recipient; someone I also get to call my friend, Iran Davar Ardalan. This extraordinary woman has grown-up with […]

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April 23rd, 2015 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

With the devastating effects that Ebola has had in West Africa, I am glad to know there are scientific pioneers out there like Dr. Pardis Sabeti leading the charge against this fight and proud to profile her in my ongoing series sharing the accomplishments of inspiring people. Dr. Sabeti led a team that went to […]

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March 31st, 2015 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

Dr. Cori Lathan is one of the most interesting women scientists and entrepreneurs I’ve come across, and it is an honor to share her story as part of my ongoing series of profiles of inspiring people making a big difference. I was introduced to Dr. Lathan through a colleague at my company (GENBAND), when one […]

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March 19th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

This picture above says it all about Willy Oppenheim, who co-founded Omprakash while he was in college, after volunteering at a hospice center in northern India. I am honored to feature him in my ongoing series on inspiring people and the movements they ignite! In 2004, Willy met an elderly man suffering from paralysis. “The […]

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March 4th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

I’m in Barcelona today, and was unable to attend The J. Luce Foundation’s annual gratitude event that was held last Thursday, February 26th.  I was recently introduced to Jim Luce, founder of the Foundation, last fall by a mutual friend, and spent time with him where he is based in New York City. Jim came […]

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January 27th, 2015 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

I’ve been following Box for a while now, as part of my marketing role at GENBAND. We also deliver collaboration tools to large enterprises (different from Box – we focus on real time communications between human beings using voice, video and messaging). But the idea is the same – how can we give people in […]

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December 31st, 2014 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

2014 has been a year of tremendous change, challenge and collective progress across many dimensions in my life, and today I am especially full of gratitude for a growing circle of friends and colleagues. As part of my professional journey and choice to re-enter the “corporate” world and as part of my life’s plan to […]

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December 23rd, 2014 by Cigdem Binal - 2 Comments

  The Emerging Ecosystem of Goodness Cigdem A Binal, Independent Technology Marketing Strategist (Guest Author to BtheChange.) In a world increasingly run by software, ecosystems have become a powerful and valuable asset in order to stay on top of the rapidly evolving marketplace. With the growth of open source models, and the advancement of applications enriched […]

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November 8th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Today I am happy and honored to share a story about two women who reached across continents and two very different worlds to bring one vision to light. Kwamboka Okari shelters, feeds, clothes, educates, and advocates for 230 orphans in Kisii, Kenya. Peg Campbell heads up the U.S. team on the Board of Directors for […]

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October 25th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

Malala Yousafzai captured the world’s attention and respect when she survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban in Pakistan while she was riding the bus to school on October 10, 2012. She amazingly survived and the international outcry that followed helped to bring further attention to her cause.         Malala and her […]

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September 28th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

In my ongoing series profiling leaders I admire, I am delighted to show more than I am telling in this post – sharing the beautiful, visual design Lauren Towle has been contributing to non-profits since she graduated from college. I met Lauren through a dear friend nearly ten years ago, and was so impressed with […]

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September 5th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 3 Comments

Bita Daryabari is a woman I have admired for many years, both in my vocation (in the communications industry), as well as avocation (in supporting the advancement of Persian arts and culture). Her work speaks louder than her words, though she is a woman of letters, and in 2008 created the Bita Daryabari Endowment in […]

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August 7th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 7 Comments

The last two weeks have been incredibly busy, exhausting and inspiring!  Thanks for following me half way around the world and back, where in NYC last night, our Summer of Service interns had the honor of meeting the LIG Global Foundation team at the warm and beautiful Gabriel’s restaurant near Lincoln Center. The room was beautiful, […]

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August 1st, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

This week I am posting from Istanbul, as part of a business trip to the UK and Europe, and am thrilled to introduce you to one of our “Summer of Service 2014” interns, Begum Kuralkan. This is the second year of Begum’s internship, having spent a good part of last summer in New York meeting […]

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July 24th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

Earlier this month, on a business trip to NYC, I met Camelia Entekhabi-Fard for the first time, or so I thought. We had been introduced by a mutual friend, who met Camelia in Kabul, Afghanistan years ago, and stayed connected on Facebook, following each other’s unusual lives quietly without ever having met personally. Or so […]

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July 17th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

Last week in New York, I had the great pleasure to meet Judy Shapiro, otherwise known as “Judy Consumer,” and currently founder and CEO of engageSimply. Within minutes, I felt her great energy, and found myself fascinated with her vision for “Engagement Networks” which she is building many of on – or should I say […]

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June 18th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 1 Comment

Sometimes the most inspiring people in the world are sitting right in front of you – and part of your closest family. In this post, continuing this series on inspiring people blessing the planet, I am honored to profile Neda Moeini, co-founder & past president of Group of Gold Line, who helped build the business with […]

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June 6th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

The next visionary leader I would like to spotlight in my series on Companies, Cultures, and Leaders I Admire is Dr. Phillip Olla, CEO and co-founder of Mobile Diagnostic Services. Throughout his career, Olla has held roles in various sectors, including telecommunications, space, finance, and healthcare, but what truly stands out to me is his […]

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June 2nd, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

Last Friday, I was honored to take part in one of hundreds of volunteer events that occurred around the world as part of my company’s annual “Global Day of Service.” Thousands of employees worked full “eight hour days” and more, helping organizations and people in their local communities. While the GENBAND team volunteers year round, […]

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May 28th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 7 Comments

I am full of gratitude today because I have had the honor to transition recently from one dream job to another. For those of you who know me for years, or for my entire life, you know how much leaving the communications industry to help build Farhang Foundation meant to me, personally, professionally and spiritually. […]

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May 20th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

As our series profiling visionary leaders who are mashing up business and giving around the world continues, I am honored to feature Chid Liberty, and his Liberty & Justice sustainable .com / .org model. In his twenties, Chid, who is now 34, returned to his home country of Liberia in 2009 to cofound the country’s […]

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May 16th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 3 Comments

While I have never met Hassina Sherjan, I feel I know her as a sister through a friend of mine who met her in Kabul, Afghanistan a few years ago. I am honored to share her story with you as the second in a series on people who don’t only wish for change, but are […]

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May 13th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

Updated 07/28/15 I’m grateful to so many of you who have shared your enthusiasm for my new blog, and woke up inspired today to start a new series of posts on people, teams and companies who inspire me. I’m starting with Fasha Mahjoor, one of the leaders I admire most, founder and CEO of Phenomenex. […]

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May 9th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 2 Comments

With WebRTC, developers at a company based in Melbourne, Australia have created a connected care application that uses browsers to bring together people with cystic fibrosis around the world with specialists determined to find a cure. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-threatening, genetic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system with approximately 70,000 […]

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April 25th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 4 Comments

It was an honor last week to address one of my favorite organizations in the communications industry – Women in the Channel. I shared with them a vision for the future of “real time communications” delivered in new ways, with new technologies including WebRTC. The worlds of IT and telecom, which are blurring, have long […]

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April 17th, 2014 by Bita Milanian - 10 Comments

My friends have been encouraging me to start a blog for many years, and a recent change in my career path has finally triggered this first post today. After spending more than a decade in the telecommunications industry starting in the late-90’s, which we called it at the turn of the century, I accepted a […]

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