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Almost two years ago, I left my hometown, my country, on a whim, because I knew I needed to do something about where I had found myself. I had graduated college, moved in with my partner, started my "career", and cried on my way to work. So, when I very unexpectedly had the opportunity to move to Vancouver, BC, Canada, on short notice, I did.
My name is Cris Sardina and I am currently the national Co-director of the Desiree Alliance (DA). DA is a national organization based on a coalition of sexworkers, academia, sex educators, researchers, public health agencies, service providers, who lead the sexworkers rights movements etc. I also co-founded the Women's Reentry Network-WREN in 2004.
It's taken me a lifetime to understand that no life becomes truly great until it is focused and dedicated to greatness. I take the things I've done for granted, and this is my chance to share my wisdom and experience with as many who may benefit from it as possible.
My name is Taiwo Otitoju. I am from Ekiti State but i was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. I am a twin, and i have two older siblings(sisters) and a brother. I am very family oriented, i love my parents and extended family, they've shaped me into becoming the young lady I am today!
I used to think writing was easy, so I went to college to become a biomedical engineer. After my first science course, I knew I was on the wrong track. Instead, I found my home (and lost my science scholarship) in the Journalism school at UNC Chapel Hill. There I learned from some of the nation’s best professors, particularly Mr.
My Name is Omnia Al Desoukie, I am a 21 years old female Journalist located in Egypt. I was born in Cairo but was raised in Dubai-UAE. Stepping back to my country Egypt in 2002, I was stunned by how different I had to adapt to the environment. But ever since I decided to change and develop myself to become a better person.
Educationalist- Derives fulfilment in touching lives positively and addressing developmental challenges. To empower women, youth and children limited Resources to actualize your vision Education, health, HIV, capacity buiding/ training, women and youth empowerment, communication
A Librarian by profession and Researcher. Areas of special interest are Access to Information; Civil Society; and Good Governance in Africa. Published a number of peer-reviewed articles and presented papers at various conferences on the above areas.
Adeshola Komolafe is the Chief Executive Officer of Media Insight, an Integrated Marketing Communications firm with headquarters in Abuja. She is a media consultant to the British Council on its Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme, and a media research consultant to the Enhancing Nigerian Advocacy for a Better Business
A young female who is passionate about safeguarding the future of the world and its people. Development work Cultural and financial Reproductive health and HIV/AIDS,Youth epowerment and poverty reduction