Introducing myself and my journal: Village Women's Learning in Cambodia

Alvina Sheeley
Posted June 17, 2013 from United States

About Me: I was graduated from the University of California, Davis Campus with a BS in the Letters and Sciences Department and from St. Mary's, Moraga, California, in Organization and Leadership Program, Education Department. I received my doctorate in Organization and Leadership Program, Department of Leadership Studies, from the University of San Francisco in December 2012. My dissertation was the results of two years of studying Cambodia, its culture, its history, the Khmer language, and its people.

My Passions: Women's learning; Williams Syndrome

My Vision for the Future: To live in a world that is just, ethical, relational, and compelte with imaginations that lead to future positive actions for the good of all society.

My Areas of Expertise: Education; Research; Writing; Learning languages

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    Jun 18, 2013
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