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I am 33 years old, mother of two baby girls. I graduated as an environmental engineer, but now I work as "mom". my children,my family, cooking, living healthy, finding myself To be a better person and live without fear environmental sciences, risk assessment, babies :)
I am a HIV+ journalists who who gone public about my status after 7 years in denial. I have now lived with the virus for 11 on my 12th year. My son Immanuel has also lived 7 years with the same. I am a volunteer in a community radio in Kibera, the 2nd biggest slum in Africa.
I'm a young women trying to find a place in the world and trying to understand the things that happen in it.I am a bit of an old spirit, but absolutely love living and try to find all that is pleasurable in life. I am passionate about feminism and women's rights and hope to help in one way or another.
I am a globally minded, locally active young professional. I want to explore the worlds of social enterprise and innovation, including the use of social networks to bring similar people together to support one another. Through transparent connections with one another, I believe we are able to collaborate in ways that help us grow and challenge the status quo - make our voices heard.
I have published several short stories and poems in local journals as well as feature articles for major newspapers but make a living teaching English to Israeli's. to tell my story
I am a creative spirit a poet by heart not occupation, I am a fighter for others who remain silent or those who forget to speak( at times) I am influential because I have something more to give beyond credentials or scope. I am influenced by life and I learn from YOU daily, I am a survivor of Molestation and Rape.
I am very passionate about humanitarian and advocacy work for generally underprivileged and underrepresented minorities – specifically immigrant communities in Seattle and United States in general.
I am a retired educator, if there is such a thing. For nearly 30 years I served students with special needs, their teachers and parents. Now I have embarked on my own path to support women in particular, although not exclusively, on their journey to a prosperous life from the inside out. Prosperity does not refer solely to money.
I'm a Graduate Student studying Cultural Sociology. I believe everyone has a story… correction, several stories to tell. When there are stories to tell, there will always be ears and hearts to listen, minds to react and hands to make change possible.
I’m 59 years old and proud to be a native Oregonian. My husband of 33 years and I have three grown sons, two daughters-in-law, and an adorable grandson. I have recently retired from my business as an architectural designer. My interests include downhill skiing, bike riding, hiking, cooking, knitting, reading, and creating iPhoto books.
I am a compassionate volunteer for women's issues and empowerment. I have spent the last year living in Kenya and believe that positive change here and throughout societies starts with giving a girl a chance. I grew up in a farming community in the U.S. and am the first to go to college in my family. I am a global citizen.
I'm a writer by profession, a stay at home mom by choice and a south paw by rigid determination (just ask my kinder garden teacher who tried to make me right handed:) ). I've spent most of my life in the Middle East though I'm very proud to be an Indian. I'd like to see more women giving each other the dignity we deserve.