About Me: I am a coach and a writer, and passionate about women's leadership. I live in England, but grew up in Ghana as it was reaching its independence. I have a huge interest in World Cafe, storytelling, creating conversations that matter. I am currently researching leadership in the voluntary sector. I am a volunteer of nearly 40 years for World Peace, and dedicate time, skills and efforts to www.wopg.org and humanitarian initiatives led by The Prem Rawat Foundation www.tprf.org. I would like to contact with any woman who would like to share their story of the pivotal moment when they stepped into their leadership. My Wild Goal is to be involved with collecting inspiring stories and wisdom from african women who are Leaders in their own Lives.

My Passions: Storytelling, Leadership, Female Energy, Breath

My Challenges: Stepping out of my comfort to bring Change

My Vision for the Future: Beautiful

My Areas of Expertise: Coaching, writing, conversation

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Welcome to world pulse! I very much look forward to reading about your journey :) This is a place to share resources and inspiration.

Let us know what projects you are working on and if you ever need any assistance at all let me know.

Keep doing what you are doing.

Much Peace,


Thank you for your warm welcome.

I feel there is a need for female energy to infuse leadership, and for women to acknowledge their powerfulness, especially together. "The future of the world depends on women." Kofi Annan, Director General, United Nation

I am uneasy with the cult of celebrity and the promotion of the individual, the business gurus etc., which seems to influence enterprise communities in the West. Isn't it time we learnt from the real courage, the understanding of Simplicity, Enjoyment, Sustainability that show up in other cultures, other women's relationships?

I would like to showcase this other sense of women's enterprise in collected stories.

I am beginning to bring this work of conversations and collaboration in a small way to where I live (Cheshire, UK). I would like to be connected with others who do the same.


It's exciting to have you here and to learn a bit about you. We all get a little more empowered when more voices join the choir! Please feel free to share your thoughts, stories and encouragement. Hopefully you enjoy becoming a part of this global community.

I appreciate your hard work in promoting women's empowerment and leadership, especially in developing nations. Your passion for the subject is palpable. Thank you for your dedication to promoting female leadership. I look forward to seeing more of you online and hearing more of your voice.

Be Well, Maria

I feel glad to be connected with those who want to empower women. Thank you for your warm welcome.

If you have a favourite poem about Strength, Beauty, Listening to each other - please let me know.

warm wishes Lisa

Lisa, it is a joy for me to welcome you to our community. We are living in an amazing time where women can connect across oceans, continents, and cultural barriers to change the way we live. I wish you all the best in connecting with women to hear their stories of their paths to leadership. You might like to post this invitation in the Zimbabwe and Kenyan Groups found at: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/10233


p.s. when responding to a comment, it is best to hit the word "reply" at the bottom of their comment box as that way, they are notified by email when you post a reply. Again, welcome, Janice

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

Its so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fun time with your new online friends. I know that you will find this to be a positive experience and 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!



I am not sure what being an Ambassador might entail. I am active in the business world as an ambassador for women's enterprise - a voluntary position through which I get to meet wonderful women. I'm also involved in enterprise coaching, again voluntary for now, in a local community which needs some help to regenerate.

What I very much want to do is to connect women in Ghana (my childhood home) with UK women and share our stories. The sharing of stories, knowledge and wisdom would be extraordinarily rich. The recognition of common threads also. I am slowly making connections and links that might enable me to go out to Accra and collect and publish these stories.

I would like more Fans - especially from World Pulse - on my Facebook page: Conversations with Women Who Lead Change. Preview here: http://preview.tinyurl.com/yh49gcc That would be very exciting!

1) What does World Pulse/ PulseWire mean to you? Being part of an international community focused on women and leadership. Reading and learning through stories that enrichen our lives, bring us new understanding, take us forward together. Personally, to make links that may enable me to collect powerful stories and link women from Britain and Africa together.

2) What brought you to World Pulse? And what has been your experience on PulseWire? I discovered WorldPulse through recommendation, and through visiting other communites, Berkana, World Wide Story, and storytelling blogs. I am learning to be part of an online community. It takes trust (a couple of "dodgy" friend requests put me off for some weeks) and it takes commitment and it takes time. I want to explore the possibility somehow of linking activity in World Pulse into my other work (coaching and writing).