Did you follow your globetrotting expat parents around the world? Did you live outside your passport country growing up? You are an adult Third Culture Kid or TCK!
I have two brothers myself and when one of them said to the other "you kick like a girl" one of them was thinking that the other was kicking very smooth, with no force, and very slowly; and when I hea
As an entrepreneur, suddenly, we arrange our days’ schedule. We determine how to spend our time.
Hello Brave Women, I believe, empowering ourselves through a solid: mission, vision and values, brings confidence and joy through every step we take on our journey into entrepreneurship.
I have a vision. It started long ago. When I was a child, there were no inhibitions about believing that anyone could be anything that they wanted to be.
My story begins from an angry place. Growing up I was exposed to violence, chaos, abuse, date rape, and drugs. It was a combination of extremes. Love existed, as did neglect and trauma.
With some IT knowledge, business savvy, and a lot of self-confidence, DOT Kenya ReachUp! participant Monica Mwangi created a social enterprise that is keeping girls in school.
I had grown accustomed to city life. The hustle and bustle, the commute to work, the shopping, the clothes, the friends of different ethnicities, religions, hues and political affiliations.
The day had finally come. Over fifty women sat in a large circle at the inaugural event of our group, Conscious Exchanges.
On January 29, 2012 the headlines blasted the move to number one on the UK charts of Barbadian, born and bred, band Cover Drive with their song “Twilight.” The group joins in this measure of success w