Jonathan Kalan is a roving journalist, photojournalist and blogger. For the past two years, he's been in Nairobi, Kenya, splitting his time between covering east African technology, hunting with pygmies in the Congolese rain forest, drinking a lot of Rwandan coffee and chewing miraa on overloaded buses. He is founder of The (BoP) Project, reporting on the narrative of "potential" behind the veil of poverty in emerging economies through the lens of social entrepreneurship, and is helplessly addicted to honey. His work has recently appeared in BBC, Global Post, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, The Toronto Star, Huffington Post and Christian Science Monitor among others. You should definitely check out his website.