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I am a sweet and gentle spirit, this woman that Ive become. Yet deep down within lives a wondering spirit... I surround myself in beauty, luxuries of a forgotten time. Reminding me of a world Ive only known in my dreams. I seem to sway back and forth between three or four different worlds, to tame the savage spirit within.
Felix Masi is a Kenyan-born American independent Multimedia photojournalist/filmmaker, founder of Voiceless Children, and former staff photojournalist with The Standard Group. Currently based in Washington DC, Masi works with international non-profits documenting humanitarian work and development, mainly in Africa.
Dear All, My name is Richard Mwaura and I operate a tourism business Kiboko Wilderness Adventures, Kenya(www.kibokowildernessadventures.com)
been a hospice volunteer for nearly thirty years. Decided to make a film about hospice care in South AFrica because i have many friends working in hospice there. the story is better told on our website Songofthesoulfilm.com. have seen wonderful end of life care in Tanzania, South Africa and know wonderful women doing the work in Uganda, Kenya, and Zimbabwe.
I am on this website today after reading the book, "Half the Sky." I saw the authors discuss it on Oprah and had to hear more about the stories of the women in the book. While reading I cried and I laughed and I cried some more. I realized how little I knew about what women are going through in the world.
Hello inspiring women. I'm writing this in my dressing gown (robe) in Portland, OR where I recently moved with my best friend and partner. I am twenty two years old and a recent college graduate. I studied English and French both of which I very much love. Right now my main goal is trying to find my footing in this world. Who am I and how am I going to contribute?
I am a coach and a writer, and passionate about women's leadership. I live in England, but grew up in Ghana as it was reaching its independence. I have a huge interest in World Cafe, storytelling, creating conversations that matter. I am currently researching leadership in the voluntary sector.
I am a documentary filmmaker living in Omaha, Nebraska, USA. I have had the pleasure of shooting everywhere from small town Nebraska to the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. I look forward to continuing to use the lens to give others a global voice.