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Pulsewire Testimonial

What Pulsewire means to me!

Pulsewire is a forum where I connect with a cross section of women from all parts of the world without ethnic, religious or cultural barriers.
It is just the right thing to have happened to the female folk at the heart of the digital age. For me it’s a mega ‘wire’ running through the successes, frustrations, and above all contributions of women for the betterment of fellow women. It represents a gathering that can not physically hold due to differences in geographical locations and individual work schedules but which at the end of the day meets the needs of many.

How i became a member and what my experience has been.

My radio program addresses the concerns of women and so when pulsewire member Nelly2.0 talked to me about joining the forum it just met my need to broaden my audience and experience.
My experience on Pulsewire has been elevating. I’ve exchanged views with members from Africa to Asia Europe and the Americas. Come to think of the bearing it has had on my radio talk show ‘Feminine World’ where I meet women and hear their true stories in areas of health, economic and socio-political empowerment as well as the strife for gender balance.

Comments

jadefrank's picture

PulseWire champion

Hi Edith,

Thank you so much for sharing your personal journey with World Pulse. We feel so lucky that you found us - thanks to Ada's guidance - and have become such an active and integral member of the PulseWire community. We cherish your insight, voice and presence.

I hope you will continue to share information about your radio program with us!

Hugs,
Jade

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