Introducing myself and my journal: Engendering Global Visibility

Rajkumari Neogy
Posted August 17, 2012 from United States

About Me:Rajkumari Neogy, MA is a consultant, facilitator, and social entrepreneur who offers training and consulting in topics such as transformative leadership, conscious business and breakthrough strategy. She has worked with over 500 corporations and organizations worldwide over the last 20 years, including Fortune 100 companies like Facebook, Sony, Adobe, JVC, and She has built training departments, revamped processes and established workflows to maximize efficiency.

If you really knew me, you would know that:

I had three open heart surgeries by the time I was 2 I enjoy feeling the breeze, raindrops and snowflakes against my face The ocean is where I go to replenish my soul I believe that travel is an incredibly important form of education I adore the Belgian cartoon character Tintin.

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Aug 18, 2012
Aug 18, 2012

Hello, i am fidelis, i work for YOUNG AFRICAN WOMEN INITIATIVE it is a non governmental organisation based in Kenya Africa. Our Mission: YOUNG AFRICA WOMEN INITIATIVE (YAWI) provides women survivors of war, civil strife, Gender based violence and young women in distress with tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency, thereby promoting viable civil societies changing Africa woman one at a time. Our vision is for Africa woman to live in a changed world with integrity, peace, prosperity, respect and free of any oppression. What we do YAWI works with socially excluded women in Africa countries where war and conflict have devastated lives and communities. Each woman we serve has her own story– loss of loved ones, some murdered, others of physical and emotional trauma, homeless (refugees), and internally displaced in their own country. Most have endured a struggle for survival. In YAWI we enroll women in our one-year program which are community based they learn job skills and receive business training so they can earn a living. They come to understand their rights and how to fight for those rights in their homes, their communities and their nations and become leaders. YAWI believes that lasting change can only be achieved when women have access to both knowledge and resources. How our programs work: Economic stability/Income generation Equipped with job-skills training and basic business education, along with an awareness of their rights, women go on to become leaders in their communities, inspiring other women to follow in their steps. These two elements appear throughout YAWI programming and help generate our programs' key outcomes:

i believe your expertise in social enterprenuership is something of beneficial to YAWI. visit our website and learn more about us. you can also send an email to

nusrat yaqub
Aug 18, 2012
Aug 18, 2012

we welcome you Follow the link for getting started guide.

Katie Welch
Aug 18, 2012
Aug 18, 2012

Dear Rajkumari,

Welcome! Thank you for joining and becoming involved with the inspirational PulseWire online community. The thoughts and experiences you share are unique contributions to a diverse community of passionate women leaders and supporters from all over the world.

I encourage you to explore PulseWire and learn more about the events and resources being shared by our encouraging network and to strengthen it further by continuing to make connections and contribute your valuable perspective.


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