My name is Kelebohile Nkhereanye, I was born and raised in Maseru, Lesotho and joined my parents in New York, 1978. I have been working for New York City Transit Authority for 17 years as Station Agent/Railroad clerk.
I love education, activism (women, HIV/AIDS, and food justice) and income generating projects. I have A.A in Hospitality Management NY College of Techonology, my interest is educating people about eating local, fresh, seasonal and healthy food. I didn't go in hotels or resturants to follow my degree, B.A from Hunter College majoring in Sociology and Women's Studies, and MPA from Metropolitan College of New York, my interest was HIV/AIDS and it has been an eye opening experience even though I am not focusing on HIV as much as food justice. I am studying to be an interfaith minister and learning from all the women of the world.
I am thankful to a friend who share information about World Pulse and looking forward to learning more about other women. Also, I am looking forward sharing my stories and hearing other women's stories as being part of World Pulse.
Thank you for the opportunity to share.
Sincerely, Kelebohile (kele) Nkhereanye
Listening to other and creating a possibility for them. Resource to support my passion Cooking, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, advocate for sexual assault and domestic violence
My Vision for the Future
See more women with education