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I am what you would call a travel Junkie, CEO of Avienti Limited a Destination Management company with 3 offices in Lagos & Abuja I am freelance TV Personality, an On air Radio Personality with Smooth FM Lagos, a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum
I am working as Head, Active Citizens Programme at Lahore College for Women University. I have vast experience of teaching and also of management and administration. I have been an entrepreneur for a short time, a couple of years only. Beside being into education, I also have worked as a dietitian at the Agha Khan Hospital.
Aunty Monjoa christian Foundation with the acronym AMEN its a Non-govenmental Organisation with the main aim to enhance education in the rural communities and offer scholaships programs to the less privilege.
I am the founder of a human and labor rights facilitation organization, The Mara Partners, with a particular focus on ensuring that more women are at the table as decision makers. At TMP, we work closely with Fortune 500s, civil society and governments to increase the voices of the most vulnerable people in global supply chains.
In its second year, the Global Development and Humanitarian Aid Training Program offered at La Roche College in Pittsburgh, PA is a new, unique, low cost program designed around the current competency requirements and standards in humanitarian aid work.
I am Varsha Torgalkar, an independent journalist from Pune, and mainly writes on gender, sustainable development, culture and religion. I have worked as staff reporter for four years for The Hans India, Hyderabad and Jagran Cityplus.
I grew up in small towns in Missouri and went to journalism school to nurture my natural curiosity and begin my discovery of the world. Four years later I moved to London, then Kenya, then Hong Kong and South Africa. The world of emerging technologies then beckoned and drew me back to the US, to Silicon Valley and the Bay Area.
My names mrs Fatoumo N Ali. I am a cochair and spokeswomen of the Somaliland Women's Association which Operates in UK and Somaliland.
I am currently an international student with the University of Westminister in my final year of international relations and development. Women empowernment has always been my area of interest and I would like to specialise in it. Specially in feminism, sexual violence and rape in conflict.
i believe in the possible reduction of child illiteracy.i would love to partner with changemakers like me to make that difference.
My philosophy is that whatever dreams we nurture for our country for after 20 years we need to instill them within our youth and make sure that we also take the necessary steps to so that they can walk towards them. It has forever been my passion to work with the youth community and to create a positive mind set among them.
Looking back on the road I have traveled with the many curves and turns that have seduced me along the way, it seems clear to me that the universe knowingly led me to where I am now in my life. I was born and raised in Uganda, East Africa and loved living there for the first 23 years of my life. I got married in Uganda to a man who lives in Canada and who was on a 2 year contract out there.