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I am launching a microfinance web property for emerging low-income Latina entrepreneurs to connect to each other and get the information/skills they need to bring their small business from underground to mainstream. Empowering women through the use of media and technology
Future Physician, National Health Service Corp Scholar, Lactation Consultant my kids, travel, international health attending medical school as a wife and mother breastfeeding and human lactation, public health, integrating faith and medicine
I have developed a technique to allow the poorest people to have a little power!
We offer a low cost pv technique that allows people to have a little electricity and generate some income in developing countries. It has been shown that it is quite easy to make and use small pv devices including the charging of mobile phones.
I help others realize relevancy and creativity in new and stimulating ways. I live in Technicolor. Why Technicolor? Most people see it as a technical process, I see that it as a process and a choice. An old-movie classic that is destined to be a dust carrier for eternity on life’s shelf, is carefully, lovingly chosen.
I'm at a time in my life where my job doesn't do much for describing me. Post-college, pre-career musician\bibliophile\feminist. Music; art; literature, education, history, equal rights speaking before I think. Well, that can be good or bad. Music, editing (written word), research, comics
Right now I am an AmeriCorps. member and a part of the YouthServe team of Franklin County MA. I work with a number of after school youth groups through the Community Action! Youth Programs. We mostly work with low income rural and small town youth. Things are looking pretty grim out here. As funding continues to wane youth workers fall into the general category of low income as well.
Travel, innovation, creativity, people who stand up for what they believe too much to do, too little time. . . Women's rights, human rights implications of HIV and AIDS pandemic, communications for social change
I am so happy to be here! Learning, Sharing, Growing, Traveling, Accessorizing. Music appreciation. Making green things grow. Lovin stuff. Change making, dream chasing and booty shaking! Noticing everything I never knew to notice.
Janet Feldman is founder/director of two HIV/AIDS-related nonprofits, one the international branch of a Kenyan HIV/AIDS and development organization, KAIPPG (http://www.kaippg.org) , and the other an international arts coalition called ActALIVE (http://www.actalive.org), whose members in 30+ countries use the arts and med