I’m so grateful for Sid, not only for my livelihood, but for his kindness to me. I’ve worked at The Monday Campaigns for the last six years, coming from advertising myself, and it has been lifechanging to go from trying to make clients happy to trying to make a difference in the world. It was a real turning point for me and I’m so thankful to have been brought into Sid’s Monday family. My desk is right across from his office and I would often stay late because it worked out better for the train I needed to catch. Sid would sometimes pop out of his office after everyone else had left and spy me editing at my desk. He’d pull up a chair, ask me how I was doing, and talk about our latest work. And he loved to tell me stories of past projects. And after my son was born, he’d always ask how he was doing. I have to admit I was a little scared of him at first because he had such a commanding presence and very vocal opinions/critiques, but I got to see who he really was; the kind, passionate man that sat next to me at my desk, wearing his baseball cap, and talking about my son. Thank you, Sid, The Monday Campaigns has been such a blessing to my family and I, and the world.