"Sudan is still okay" is a phrase I grew up hearing as a Sudanese girl.
Who would have ever thought that something so simple as connecting people in need with their neighbors would brand me as a rebel.
My first childhood achivement was to be appointed as a youth secretary at red Cross as as result of forming a Red Ross Youth club in my school and being the first president of it.
I am fortunate to serve on the Board of Directors of No More Tears, a non-profit in South Florida that provides individualized assistance to victims of domestic violence and their children.
Everyone can be great because everyone can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve.
The urge to make a difference in protecting human rights struck me early.