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I live in Talent, Oregon and love the mountains and rivers here. I hope to travel in about a year and a half and would love to meet people everywhere. I was a music teacher, which was fun; now I hope to find new paths of service for people and the earth to make a difference for the future of all.
Writing, reading, community service Doing my bit before time is up Organising Events, Small Medium Enterprises Support
... knowledge, humanity, writing, literature, film, human rights, women's rights, children's rights, dialogue across difference, ubuntu.
Hello out there!
My formal education is in photojournalism with a concentration in women's studies. I've spent time as a newspaper staff photographer and as a multimedia producer in higher education and currently work as a freelance photographer.
I am a single retired Mother, Grandmother and advocate for social justice. The inequality and degradation of so many people on our planet who do not have even the basic human survival needs is deplorable.
Born and raised in Egypt, I was brought up to be a good middle class Egyptian girl; but somehow being good did not suit my notions. Deep down I have rejected the heavy heritage of traditions and norms that made no sense to my inquisitive mind. I could not understand why girls were killed, committed suicide, or lived in eternal shame when they lost their virginity.
I am a professional coach, grandmother, mother, lover, daughter and friend. I am gaining strength in expressing my power in the world and finding my voice through my blog, my declarations and my community. I have learned tremendous lessons from the energetic and amazing women in my life.
I am a Engineering student. I am studying in Khwopa Engineering college from 2006. I like reading different Books written by National and International writer. Also I prefer visiting different places to know trade, culture, as well as social train of those societies.
Jayne is an internationally-recognized professional with more than 20 years of experience regarding communications, community/volunteer involvement, and capacity-building for nonprofit organizations, non-governmental organizations/civil society, government-based community programs, and corporate philanthropy programs.
I am a retired librarian, who spent most of my career in the corporate world. I've had the good fortune to travel quite a bit in the developing world--in Africa, Asia, and South America. In 2007, I went with a Rotary group for polio immunization in Ethiopia. I have always been interested in gender equity, and travel has enabled me to see some of the issues first hand.
I'm the Founding Executive Director of 5 for Fairness, an online grantmaking community, dedicated to supporting projects that foster fairness for girls worldwide.
I'm a mover, a shaker, a big laugh, a strong opinion and a perpetual student. As I move forward in my studies I realize that my real education has come through traveling to uncomfortable yet beautiful places, listening to those with even the quietest voices, dancing when I was not supposed to and meeting new and brilliant minds across the world.