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I am founder and director of Friends of Tilonia, Inc. which takes its name from Tilonia, a small village in Rajasthan, India that is home of the Barefoot College.
The Rev. Dr. Charlene M. Proctor is the founder of The Goddess Network, an on-line educational resource for topics on spiritual growth, positive thinking, consciousness, and unity. Charlene inspires people to rediscover their own ability to lead authentic lives.
I am the founder and president of the Women's Foundation for Agriculture, Environment, Health, and Housing, which operates both locally and internationally. We are currently based in the United states and work overseas with different groups in Africa, Jordan, and Latin America.
I am a water professional working with the Netherlands Water Partnership, a not-for-profit network organisation set up to enhance the Dutch contribution to solving world water problems.
NWP participants are public authorities, private companies, knowledge institutes, financial sector and NGO's. I enjoy bringing together these different types of organisations.
I am a mother.A friend.A sister...and a daughter.Very important: I am a woman. I have recently learnt that there is no dead end.I came to one,and passed and here I am! There are lessons to learn,and to give.That so much makes the difference of what I am today. The best that I can ever do, is to find a way to give back, however little.
I am a US born woman with a background in marketing, fundraising and high tech recruiting. In my recruiting business, I help Silicon Valley venture-backed software and web 2.0 companies to identify and recruit technical talent for their product development teams. I am fortunate to work with many top engineers and inventors creating next generation internet technologies.
I have over 24 years experience working in the field of water, sanitation, hygiene, environmental management and education, 19 years experience working in Gender and Development and 15 experience following the International Climate Change Negotiation.
Justin Hakuta is a former U.S. Fulbright Scholar who researched human trafficking in the Philippines. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (2004, B.S.
doing research on intellectual property rights and public health policies, the politics of the mobilizations on IPR and the evolution of forms of activisms.