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I was raised in China. It was a long journey to become a nonprofit leader with a focus on supporting grassroots leaders. I switched from the academic (engineering and economics) into the nonprofit. Prior to my post at The Zigen Fund, I learned tremendously on nonprofit operations and finance at start-up nonprofits for five years.
Women's Health, holistic medicine, writing music and other creative expression, working with teenagers, progressive education, environmental health, social justice, conflict resolution, sustainability Finding a way to incorporate all my passions into my work Yoga and Meditation, Education, Intentional Community
Iam a Ugandan female adult and a femminist. I work for the development of women. today i coordinate the activities of a National womens organisation whose work is centered around policy advocacy. Iam a mother of five . gender transformation and women's empowerment bringing society to recognise women as human beings in their own right without tagging them to men/ partiachy Gender advocay
I've spent more than two decades as a multimedia producer, activist, and writer, specializing in radio and print with an emphasis on social justice, feminism, peace, women's culture, and human rights. I'm the former assistant director of the literature program for the National Endowment for the Arts and the author of seven literary anthologies.
As the director of a humanitarian foundation, I’m made aware of continual need. Having created and funded projects in Cambodia, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, Philippines, Uganda, and the United States, no matter the size of the project, there is always more to be done.
film, literature, travel, exploring other cultures, my children, photography, music, art restlessness, loneliness, indecision, fear, guilt and anxiety film
Women of China is an English Monthly magazine, which started publication in early 1950s. Its is sponsored and administered by the All-China Women's Federation, the laregest women's NGO in China. It is so far the only comprehensive monthly Englsih Language magazine with the specific purpose of introducing Chinese women to the world.
I'm a journalist and feminist and gourmand based currently in Beirut. I'm completing an MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics. I wish I had more time to do yoga. good journalism, good food, good books, good people being more efficient with my time i wouldn't claim expertise in anything but i can direct you to some good restaurants in a number of cities
I'm an economist in DC after a career in social work and a graduate degree in International Development.
Giving women greater economic opportunity lifts families, communities, and countries out of poverty. Women Thrive Worldwide advocates for changes in U.S. policy that will have the greatest impact on reducing poverty through women. Because of this, our work has a ripple effect, often benefiting millions of women living in poverty at once.
As I state on my blog, I am a woman that wants to lead a life less ordinary. Our family moved to Central Mexico in September of 2006; the family is; My husband Richard 39, son Sebastian 7 years old, daughter Isabel 5, son Roarke 3 and me Elizabeth or (biz) 38.
World Pulse embodies my deepest hope and fiercest dream that global transformation is not only possible but is manifesting and multiplying... as reflected in our community everyday.