About: Tina Cornely

Tina Cornely is a long standing humanitarian and environmental activist. She is the former Director of Technology of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and the former Director of Operations at the Miami Art Museum in Miami, Florida. Ms. Cornely believes that art is healing and revealing. In her own words, we can express with art what we cannot express with words. When we use art to teach others, we help increase their critical thinking skills exponentially. Art can also be a means to generate a revenue source. And when you make art out of trash, everyone benefits.

Recent Posts by Tina Cornely

Lost & Found: Nutrition Reboot

Writing Lost & Found has been a long standing labor of love of mine. As an award winning forensic analyst I have always tried to use my skills to find solutions that can easily empower the underserved. After considerable research I determined the best way to reduce civil strife is through proper nourishment. Sadly today Continue Reading

Will quantum computing level the playing field for humanity?

We are living in a truly unique historical moment in time where computers are bound by laws of physics. Primarily because bits and qbits are physical entities and computers are essentially manipulating matter via math, in particular linear algebra. Math, the universal means of communication, is the mother of all languages. Prior to the emergence Continue Reading

Peaceful (Im)Possibilities

Our dystopian world is anything but peaceful today. Tensions have increased in scope and intensity, and have been further exacerbated by external interventions. Notwithstanding all the advances we have made in this century, progress on the peace front is still lofty and lacking. A closer evaluation of our most recent string of conflicts; Syria, Yemen, Continue Reading

Insect Resilience & Climate Change

Ecosystem tipping points and climate change warning signs are making headlines. Yesterday I read record breaking heat is melting roads in some of India’s busiest cities. Scientists predicted a rise in temperature would lead to an increase in the number of insects worldwide, ushering dire consequences to the farming community. Warnings unheeded to our own Continue Reading

Eradicating Poverty Through Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs are not only some of today’s most successful business owners, but also some of our best problem solvers. Now more than ever, the world’s humanitarian and environmental challenges need their help. The best entrepreneurs can create the solutions, processes and jobs that address critical global issues. They are highly efficient and productive; strive for Continue Reading


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