About Me: About me? About the NGO that I belong? About my country? or is it about people? Just people...

Sometimes a book can make me happy or turn into tears but I can't help to wonder, is the book? or is the way I see myself, recognize myself, through the words, the pages, the things unsaid?. The special book, the one that I'm not looking for, but just the one that I need, can be covered by ahything, hidden into ugly references, or it can be a sentence.

A book, a person, can't be always just a piece of study. We are not layers putted there by others. We feel, we think, we hurt, we support, we discover, we develop, but mostly we surprise!

I'm twenty-one years old. I from an indigenous community that has not change at all since I can remember. My mother is a single mom. I've been volunteer in NGOs since I was thirteen, doing surveys, planing and implementing projects, doing training. I'm studying literature. And what I'm most proud about, is to say at loud that there is no day in my life that I did not learn something from others.

My Passions: philanthropy, literature, nature, indigenous cultures

My Challenges: learn more everyday, and then achieve more.

My Vision for the Future: every point of view will have a voice

My Areas of Expertise: training, develop of social projects, literature


Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community. Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!



Hi Fatima!!!

Thank you for the warm welcome!! I'm really happy that I've found this page, I'm a believer of networking into social activities!!!. Sometimes it's helpful to hear even just a good experience of someone else to motivate a lot of people. Hope hear from you more. Thank you again!!.


Ángeles Ronquillo

Puebla, México.

Angeles, I'm so glad you've found our community! This community is full of people who love to learn things from one another and I can't wait to learn more from you! I hope you will start posting your writings and reflections to your PulseWire journal. It sounds like you are a book lover so you may also want to check out the World Pulse book club: http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/12087

welcome to PulseWire! Kim

Hi Kim!!

Yes you're right this community is a great tool to learn from others! And the distance between people and their experience somehow seems nothing by seeing that we share problems but also a lot of opportunities! And you're right also, I'm a book addict! thank you for sharing with me that group! i follow your advice and I've become a memeber :) . Hope hear more from you also. Thank you for the welcome and have a great weekend!!!


Ángeles Ronquillo

Puebla, México.

Hola Angeles, Thank you so much for joining World Pulse! I can tell your voice is going to be a wonderful addition to this community - it's smart and beautiful. I look forward to hearing more from you soon! Andrea

Thank you for the welcome well I try to do my best!. Hope hear more from you too, always advices or any comments are great for me!. Have a great day!!!.


Ángeles Ronquillo

Puebla, México.

I am so happy to read your profile, nice you have volunteered for so long! May God Bless you and it is great that you are learning daily then it is good that you are here. Feel free to share and to discuss but remember to apply for the Voices of our Future training program, I will really love to hear your voice there LOUD AND CLEAR!

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale Founder/Project Coordinator Star of Hope Transformation Centre, 713 Road, A Close, Festac Town Lagos-Nigeria https:

I'm so glad to hear from you. I've checked out your blog and love the way you use it! is such a great idea and so helpfull. The last month I had the opportunitiy to meet women's from your country in a workshop in Washington DC and they were so nice and open to teach me new things, I didn't know much about your country but meeting them was so encoragiing for me and the work that I do. I've met Beatrice Akpan and Iniobong Frank from Akwa Ibom they work at NGOs also, and Farida Sada from the muslim area, imaging having such a different point of views but they were all wonderfull women. Please keep in touch!. Have a great day!!!.


Ángeles Ronquillo

Puebla, México.