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I am a twin. The twin and I are last of five children. Four girls and one boy. My family, the Oradu clan, is in Kenya while I have spend the last 10 years in the US, going to college, graduate school and now work. I came to the US through an academic excellence scholarship started by a Kenyan Woman, Dr Susan Mboya-Kidero, to educate and train the next generation of African Women Leaders.
I am a single mom of four wonderful children, three that have graduated from college and a senior in high school. Been at Intel for 35 years. Love the outdoors camping, hiking and mountain biking. njoy playing with my balck lab. Planning my 5th sabbatical. My family retirement
My name is Stella DAMASUS, a seriously misunderstood, non conforming actress, singer, teacher and host born in Nigeria but is now in Newyork. I am the founder of Stella DAMASUS arts foundation(sdaf) and Adiva international communications. I set up these to organizations to help young people who are talented but don't know where to channel their time and skills to.
Hello! Me name is Megan and I recently graduated from Mills College in Oakland, California where I studied political science. Mills is a women's university so women's issues and representation were included in most of my classes, which I think was one of the most important parts of going there.
I'm a Malagasy woman. I am also a wife and a mother of three. I've been working for fourteen years in development areas such as livelihood, local governance, reproductive and sexual health and AIDS, water and sanitation, education, communication for change...I am currently working as the Coordinator of the American Center in Antananarivo.
Am a Ugandan aged 25 Anglican by religion, a lady with christian valves, a young lady willing to make a change and an advocate of Women's and children's rights women's voice should be heard and respected across the globe to see all peoples rights respected to make effect change in society social work