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I believe am a young woman who is determined to making a difference to the world in as far as empowerment and women's rights are concerned. I love charity work. I enjoy seeing lives being transformed. It has always given me self pride to see a smile on someone,s face after my contribution into it.
My name is Meghan Cook McInerney, I currently live in Saint Paul, MN in the Hamline Midway neighborhood, which I love and because of this have the great opportunity to be around a lot of active community organizers whenever I want, they are all around this great neighborhood.
Stacey Kannenberg is an author, publisher, speaker, motivator, consultant, blogger, keynote, spokesperson and MOM. As the "Get Ready to Learn Mom", Stacey is a nationally renowned education expert and award winning author with an expertise in children's education and "Mom-entrepreneurship".
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, I moved to Portland in 2003 and it has fast become my hometown. I have thrived here spiritually due to the amazing friends I have met, and the access to the beauty of the natural world around me. I am a cook by trade, but my passion is in writing the stories of others.
I am a visual artist and independent filmmaker interested in social geography and women's issues. I live in Portland, Oregon. art, film, cameras! balance 3 dimensional arts, film and video production
I am a writer of fiction and plays, and a college student, I study literature and theatre along with what else comes along. I am a traveller in the past and the near future, as soon as I finish my 'official' education. I like to laugh and believe very strongly in the power of a good sense of humor. I love the Pacific Northwest and I love that I am from the Pacific Northwest.
I am excited about finding a community like this to help women all over the world! traveling, volunteering, teaching organization, counseling, teaching
WritersDojo.org publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art, along with a growing collection of blogs, podcasts, interviews, and other media. Daniel Bergner posted an excerpt of his just-published nonfiction book on our site and held his only Portland reading at our physical space.
I am Samanta Shabbir Chowdhury, a citizen of Bangladesh from South Asia. I am studying in an International University named Asian University for Women. In our university, we are getting various skills by liberal Arts carriculam which will be helpful for me to be a woman leader. However, here I got this site and found it very excited to raise my voice.
A poet, short fiction writer, journalist, translator and working on my first novel. I believe in the written word for the moving finger writes and having writ moves on and nothing can ever change it as said Omar Khayam. Poetry, music, people, food To be able to translate my experience into writing Writing and Cooking
I am a born again girl 26 aged and i am graduated in the communicatioin for development of the communication sciences faculty at Lighht University.I am a member of YWCA -BURUNDI and voluntary since 2003 at Biblic Society of Burundi where I am a trainer of christian associations(including youth organisations) in fighing HIV and Aids in the project"where the good samaritan can be found?" and for
I am the Executive Director of Strey Khmer, an NGO fighting for women's rights in Cambodia. Please contact me with any questions or to join the fight! Women's Rights, Human Rights Poverty, Inequity, Corruption Women's Rights, Human Rights
I used to do public relations, product development, community development, grant writing and reporting, countryside training, etc. in Yunnan Province, China. Danyun Fair Trade Development Co. markets and exports fair trade handicrafts and tea under the trademark Threads of Yunnan.
Noted as "Word Artist" by critics, Shaila Abdullah is a Pakistani-American author based in Texas. Her award-winning novel Saffron Dreams explores the tragedy of 9/11 from the perspective of a Muslim widow. Abdullah's debut book, Beyond the Cayenne Wall is a collection of stories about Pakistani women struggling to find their individualities despite the barriers imposed by society.