At the time I was spending about a third of my year in Kenya and working with local communities, I noticed the lack of opportunity for teenagers.
We provide a rolling party along select routes run by Conductors – experienced urban cyclists – to harness the safety of riding in a group while kicking it up a notch by making the ride a fun social experience.
After 22 years in business, I sold my information technology firm, Universal Solutions Inc., and found myself in a position where my entire identity and goals had to change.
In my experience, a common problem faced by volunteers is that they go once, twice, sometimes a third time, and then they stop going.
It all starts with the family business, 15 years of experience in the textile and fashion sector, thanks to the knowledge gained from my parents.
As a person with a physical disability growing up in Ghana, I am a victim and a survivor. I was fortunate to have parents who understood the value of education.
I want to promote sustainable development in mining communities. I want to give back society what gives me.
Having worked with social development organisations for about 15 years, I found that the difference that a responsible tourism venture can make in the lives of the host community to be very exciting.
Andeisha Farid: Afghan Child Education and Care Organization — Raising a New Generation of Boys and Girls
For me there is a practical remedy for the ignorance, oppression, hatred, and poverty so deeply imbedded in society; raise a new generation of boys and girls.
During my successful career of over a decade at some of the top banks on Wall Street, I constantly searched for a firm that was client-centric, transparent and inclusive.
Patrice Wynne: Abrazos featuring San Miguel Designs by Patrice Wynne– An American Entrepreneur In Mexico
I decided to live the next phase of my life in a new culture and country, following a childhood dream to live abroad in Latin America.
Success to me is to satisfy that yearning that drove me to do what I do, which is to make a living while doing good for others.
After this last move with the military, I knew I needed to do something to keep my career going in upward direction.
From the time I was an 11 year-old young southern girl, growing up in the flatlands of Mississippi, I knew that there had to be a better life for people of color.
We want to see the women who typically do not have the networks or the education find the resources and the mentors to grow businesses and jobs.