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My name is Elena, I'm a student of journalism department of Moscow State University, Russia. Currently I'm an intern on TV. In my future I'd like to become an international correspondent and tell about gender problems and environment, to travel and meet interesting people from all over the world.
I am a life and leadership coach, working primarily with women. I live in Seattle, raising my two children. I am passionate about feminine power and leadership. I love nature, sports, art, music, poetry, and community.
I am a nurse midwife who has lived and worked in Senegal and Kenya who founded a small organization called Safe Passage to Motherhood: www.safepassagetomotherhood.org Safe Passage to Motherhood is an Oregon based organization of health care providers and educators who bring life saving information to remote villages in Kenya where women ha
Pekerti stands for Pengembangan Kerajinan Rakyat Indonesia or Indonesian People’s Folk Art and Handicraft Foundation. We are an Indonesian Fair Trade supplier and social development organisation formed in Jakarta in 1975. Pekerti was the first Fair Trade member to be established in Indonesia and one of the first in the world.
I am a work, life, and spiritual coach. The 'Highlights' of my work and life are: 20+ years in American Business in banking and finance, an MBA from Columbia Business School, a Masters from Johns Hopkins in Organizational Counseling and Coaching, Certified Emotional Intelligence Consultant, and additional trainings in Native American healing traditions.
I am working in the Hospitality Industry and would like to make an impact in however small way to the Woman and the child as this is our future. Attend forums that adress the same issues so that we can together brain storm and work for a better tommorow. Helping the needy to help themselves tommorow Bureacratic formalities of most organisations Tourism And all its related hospitality fields
I work for a non-profit that sell crafts made by women is poorest most difficult and dangerous parts of the world. We use house parties (like Tupperware) to tell the stories of the women who make our crafts. We have projects in Asia, South and Central America and in Africa. We have one European project in Bosnia.
Equality Now works for the protection and promotion of the human rights of women and girls around the world. Working with grassroots women’s and human rights organizations and individual activists since 1992, Equality Now documents violence and discrimination against women and mobilizes international action to support efforts to stop these abuses.