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Cameroon-born Vivian Tantoh is a health professional, and social entrepreneur. She graduated from Howard university, Washington DC, USA, with a bachelors degree in Nursing three years ago, and has since been involved in nursing care, and clinical research at Howard University and the National Institutes of Health, Maryland.
After working for seven years as a journalist and magazine editor in Beijing, China, I returned to my home state of Oregon two years ago to pursue a master's degree in conflict resolution. I am in the second year of my program, and am increasingly focusing my studies on how women and girls can contribute innovative, vital ideas to peacebuilding.
I do small things with great love . . . humanity helping people to realise the need of saving humanity management
I am Co-Director of Zimbags, a non-profit organization that works with women artists in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. The guiding mission of Zimbags is to empower Zimbabwean women to rise above extreme poverty. We believe it is every person’s right to have the opportunity to earn living wages and better herself, her family, and her community.
As a young veterinarian, I look forward to working as a facilitator for both my human society as well as my fellow animals. What if I want to be the voice for the VOICELESS. I love to write, fetch a deep interest in foreign languages and travelling. Literary works My profession as a veterinarian Animal health
I am a social entrepreneur who thrives to create a market for women artisans from developing countries. I founded African Creations in 1998 and ever since have prepared women artisans in Africa to reach the global marketplace. They can achieve economic self-sufficiency through their traditional crafts and preserve their cultural heritage.
I am a writer for Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. You can read my story, Truth and Consequences in the Caucacus, published in World Pulse's Earth edition, here: http://worldpulse.com/magazine/articles/truth-consequences-in-the-caucasus
I am the co-author of "Women Wealth and Giving: The Virtuous Legacy of the Boom Generation" published by John WIley & Sons, NY 2009. I am a change-agent and thought -leader. I am a CFP, CLU, ChFC and CDFA and wealth counselor and Philanthropic Coach, public speaker and motiovational workshop leader.
I am a student in school. I am seven yaers old. I want speak about problem my country, and say my idia about another plase.
I am sort of complicated person, who's trying to figure out my own "The Way to BE".. That because I would like to meet new people who are slightly different from those strange stereotypes.