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My name is Archana Singh. I am 36. I am running a small school for the children of underprivileged family.My school is associated with Amala Foundation.They support us in paying the teachers.I am not only a teacher but a Peace Leader too. I love to talk to the people especially the women who have to face lots of problems in their daily life.
Sherrilene Collymore is a native of Barbados who has travelled extensively and has a passion for people and their potential. A very natural ‘connector’, Sherrilene has optimised her skills with people to serve in a large number of capacities, bringing people with diverse interests into the same place.
hello! my name is ashley. i am currently a senior in college, majoring in human rights and women's and gender studies.
My name is Jacqueline J. Burgess, but most people call me Jacquie. I describe myself as a feminist activist. I have been married for almost 36 years and I am the mother of two grown children - a boy 35 and a girl 30. I have the most adorable grandson who just turned 3 in May.
I am looking to connect with people who are looking for a loving and creative way forward. Music, Dance Lack of focus Providing emotional support
I am a Liberian and a graduate of the University of Liberia with a B.A Degree in Mass Communication and Minoring in Sociology.i am a Christain.I have work with the World Vision Liberia,ADRA,I have doner seires of survey on gender sensitve related matters and written articles on issues affecting women and children.
I'm a teacher, mother, and writer in California. I've traveled quite a bit in my youth. Desire to create a spirit and reality of one shared earth, based on tolerance, communication, and health. As the early feminists in america used to say "sisterhood is powerful" - I have 2 biological sisters and many sisters in spirit. How do you say that in other languages: 'sisterhood is powerful'?
I am from Scotland but have been living in Canada for the last few years. I did my dissertation at University on How Feminist the Scottish Theatre Industry is and through my research gained a real passion for women's rights. Sometimes it feels like there is so much to do and that nobody is really listening and people just want to get on with their daily lives.
My goal is to reach out to teenage girls and women, to open the conversation to how we view food, our bodies, and ourselves. For many years, I saw food as The Enemy, something to be avoided and feared. I suffered mentally and physically from my eating disorders. Now I have a passion for cooking, REAL food, and holistic health and well-being.
I was born in 1979 in Ethiopia. I lost my father to rest while i was a kid. I was grown up in a female headed household observing all the miracles that face female headed households. By now, the effort of my mother seems fruitful. I graduated in Gender Studies with MA degree. Now i am working to avoid the social evils against woman's human and democratic rights.
I'm a young Kenyan Lady currently working in Uganda with the Daily Monitor publications, I'm hardworking land has been in the journalistic field for over one year both in electronic and print media. I'm social and embrace the spirit of working with a small dynamic team that will help build my carrer yet further.
Sarata Omane is part of a team committed to using opportunities that exist within the organization and innovations globally to bring about accelerated growth generally towards the achievement of the organizational goals.
am friendly, kind and i care for people. I have a keen imagination and i can hold a good conversation...