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Hello Everyone! I'm so happy to be a part of this community! I look forward to the new relationships I will have with many of you.
I spent 30+ years as a marketing executive in the for-profit world. Since retiring (early - recommend it!), I have become increasingly involved as a board member of international non profit organizations committed to education and development, especially for women and girls in developing countries.
Am a student pursuing a Diploma in secretarial studies,i still know my story,as i was brought up by a single mother,whenever i remember what she went through to have me grow up.women should have a better place in societies. More happiness each day i see women succeed Failing to achieve waht i think i can secretarial studies and community work
Julie Pitzen is a Chicago artist and former archaeologist. She has had a long time interest in Central Asia and received a degree in Art and Anthropology from Indiana University. Upon graduation, she worked as a Research Assistant in the Field Museum’s Anthropology Department for nearly ten years. She has been working in clay since she was a young girl.
When I let my own light shine, I unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.. a quote I was drawn to by being guided by light. Intuition let me hear Guidance to take me from no way to stop the suffering with a brain injury to being fully navigated to joy in each moment.
As a global network and a movement for social justice, Women's Funding Network accelerates women's leadership and invests in solving critical social issues -- from poverty to global security -- by bringing together the financial power, influence and voices of women's funds.
I am 57 years old, mother and grandmother. I have worked as an obstetrical nurse for over 30 years. We live in the beautiful foothills of the sierra nevada mountains. My home is on 8 acres along with the home of my daughter and her family. People, babies and children Crafts of all kind balancing work and the disire to travel. mother and infant health care and mental health
I was supposed to go abroad as a women rights activist year 2010 but because of my health I am not strong enough to do what I thought I would, so now I guess I will try to inspire people by writting and I am hoping to become strong enough to follow my passions. HUMAN RIGHTS, literature, languages etc. Teaching, writting etc.
I AM AWARE ABOUT WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND WANT TO BE A LEADER OF MY COMMUNITY. AFTER FINISHING MY EDUCATION, I WOULD LIKE TO WORK WITH THOSE WOMEN WHO ARE DISCRIMINATED AND UNDERMINED IN THE SOCIETY ONLY BECAUSE OF BEING WOMEN. READING BOOKS AND CREATIVE WRITING BEING ABLE TO INTRODUCE MYSELF AS A HUMAN BEING NOT AS A WOMAN LIBERAL ARTS, CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING
Justice for All, Education, Assets Building, Financial Literacy Abuse Sociology, Financial Inclusion, Program Design, Monotiring and Evaluation,
I co-direct a community media project on confronting water scarcity in Guadalajara, Mexico. Leveraging technology and social media, water rights, digital storytelling, people power communication, finding solutions, funding for projects documentary film, water rights, popular education, community media (all aspiring expertise)
Immersing myself in the places I live and work. Writing, photography, film, dance.. any way to find and share stories. Freedom.
I m a researcher, based in Europe and my research work lines are about women health and empowerment resources.
"I am fired up about empowering women to reclaim our birth-giving rights, reclaiming the sacred feminine of childbirth as well as organizing as activist to protect women's rights in the realm of birth. That in a nutshell is what being a righteous doula or even better a good birth keeper is all about".