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I am a student of the Asian University for Women. I am twenty years old. Among all of my qualities the best one is, I love to take challenges. My life teaches me, how to make things possible. There is nothing in the world which is impossible. My environment, my parents and my community shaped me in a way which will help me to be a successful woman in my life.
How shall I define myself? That is often difficult. Is it by my occupation? If so, I am a business professional, who enjoys the challenges of marketing and entrepreneurship, and is also a former teacher. Or by my relationships? In that case I am a daughter, sister, wife and friend. Or shall I combine these with my personal interests? I enjoy fitness, the arts, and philanthropy.
I am a feminist, 48, married with two children, one of which has a chronic, disabling illness. My passions are beauty and design, spirituality, native rituals and traditions, the natural world, Indian philosophy, and alternative healing traditions.
I'm a 60+ yr old Canadian widow of an Egyptian/Sudanese businessman who raised her children in Egypt and chose to stay on when they were grown and my husband had passed on. I live on a farm that I built myself near the pyramids of Abu Sir where I keep horses, some goats, poultry and an inordinate number of dogs.
The arts: Textiles, graphic design, print design; Non-profit work: social equity To combine art and design with non-profit work apparel/textile/graphic arts and design :: volunteer coordinator
I am a feminist, i believe that given the chance, girls and women would make the world a better place. I really like reading good books, my favorite author is Paulo Coelho, i like his book Witch of Portobello, i believe that the female face of god ought to be explored further. I like sitting with good friends and talking about issues.
Janet Otieno-Prosper is an award winning Kenyan journalist who holds a Masters degree in Communication Studies from The University of Nairobi.
I am a long-time political activist with a particular interest in womens' and childrens' rights and the environment. I am particularly interested in mentoring younger women to lead this world toward a more just and peaceful future. world peace and justice understanding and accepting small changes lead to bigger changes Social work, writing and working with elders and the dying.
I am a history professor from Tampa and I travel a great deal. I usually visit schools and orphanages in different places to bring supplies for teachers and their students.
I live in Brooklyn, New York andam currently in a dual graduate degree program in Public Administration and Public Health Columbia University. I am focusing on international development and women's health.
I'm a single mother in her early thirties of 11year old daughter. After my high school completion i trained as a hotelier and worked as a casual for one year. The experience was frustrating to me and therefore decided to begin venturing into volunteer job with the youth.
I am simple. easy going, Friendly, Like to know new generation & want to make new friends. Sou simples. ir fácil, Amigável, Como saber nova geração. Sono semplice. accomodante, Amichevole, Come sapere la generazione nuova. Я прост. спокойный, Дружественный, Любите знать новое поколение.
First generation Vietnamese-American, queer activist, heart on her sleeve, trying to navigate this complicated existence. Justice for those who whose voices are forever kept quiet. Fighting the system while living in it. That's what i'm figuring out. I'm not expert, just a passionate soul.