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I'm a senior in High School, I've been involved in my community since I was very young. My grandfather worked as a migrant worker to bring his family to America. He gave them the opportunity to learn english, and create a life for themselves to ensure a better future. I live 45 minutes from school, my school is located in a small town with about 5,000 people.
I grew up in the small town Bend, Oregon... though it's no longer very small but still remains quaint. After graduating from the University of Oregon in journalism, I did some traveling to delay the inevitable "growing up." Now, years later, I've realized that I don't really ever have to grow up.
For nearly 15 years, Bronwyn has worked with clients to improve their public speaking and media relations skills, challenging them to bring out more of themselves in their communications. Bronwyn is known for her playful, irreverent approach to coaching, combined with her knack for delivering “tough love” in a way that allows executives to achieve true breakthroughs.
My name is Jasmin Tragas and I’m a managing consultant (workforce transformation) and social media advocate at IBM with a background in new media and design.
Retired from residential real estate appraising. Compiled Readings in Being Humantoid, http://beinghumantoid.bookscapes.com. self development male attitudes and biases information gathering and scattering
African-Panamanian wombman, born on a U. S. Airforce base in Ame Rica, forty-something, single, Mother of son Tafari and daughter Trinity, Activist, Family Rights Advocate, Pan-Africanist, Alchemist, Archivist, Researcher, Freelance/Independent Writer, Organizer, Cultural Events Coordinator and more... Exposing the corruption of the U. S.
I am studying Government and Nonprofit Administration at the University of Pennsylvania. I was also accepted to the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, to study International Development. I am hoping to be able to attend both schools and combine my degrees to work on microfinance and developing countries.
Greetings sisters! I am so blessed to be part of this powerful, divine circle of light and healing. My name is Rehana and I am 35 years full of love, wisdom, sweat, and toil. I dance, I sing, I play, I make art...I do whatever my spirit calls me to do. And so today I write. I write to you. I write to connect, to listen, and to share our stories. I write to heal and to help others heal.
Aged 30 years and single-Am also a lesbian who has worked hard for the emancipation of all sexual minorities here in Uganda. To help sexual minorities to have a life To fight the homophobia in Uganda Advocacy
I am a development researcher with a bias in gender research, and education. In this regard, I have been involved in an array of research on gender, development, economic, and social issues at both grassroots, and national level.
I am a lesbian currently residing in Jamaica. A well rounded individual who enjoys meeting and interacting with people (especially women) from around the globe. I also enjoy experiencing different cultures and hope to be able to travel the world extensively. I am the chairperson of our LBT group and the Co-Chairperson for our LGBT group here in Jamaica.
My name is Nadine, I'm 27 and I live in Beirut, Lebanon. I discovered feminism while working on queer issues in Beirut and quickly immersed myself in feminist reading and web surfing and conversations with friends and activists.
IAm sudanese journalist just looking to the world in ahope vision with trust in my self that That Ihave enough power to live in Save world. Hope to be Communication,NGOs
I work for a non-proft in South Africa focussing on ICTs and women called Women'sNet. Women’sNet is a feminist organisation that works to advance gender equality and justice in South Africa through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
What do I love best about me? When I laugh. I laugh deep, with my soul, with all that I am. Even my bones feel it. I love people, and think that every person, every face, every smile, each eye has a story to tell. Sitting in cafes, in the bus stop, I wonder to myself what story the other would tell, if he could, and sometimes, may be more often than others think ok, I probe. I ask.