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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
Growing up in Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, and Washington, D.C., I saw firsthand how the impacts of poverty, corruption, and lack of education and basic human rights reach from local to global levels. My experiences shaped my studies and career. I am passionate about studying the causes of economic and social problems, effective and innovative ways to help solve them, and spreading understanding and awareness about social issues. I am dedicated to promoting awareness about the global problems facing women, and supporting the innovating and courageous work they are doing to address them.

My Passions:
Sustainable development, social justice and human rights, youth and women's empowerment

My Challenges:
Learning how to best work for my passions.

My Vision for the Future:
Justice and Equality

My Areas of Expertise:
Grassroots advocacy and communications, partnerships and outreach, and research in the fields of international development, human rights, and foreign policy.

Comments

Y's picture

Hello from World Pulse,

Hello from World Pulse, Breese.

I act as a volunteer World Pulse welcomer for new WP members and listener for other journal entries. This is some of the most exciting and rewarding work I've ever done.

I am wondering whether you have found any World Pulse efforts that really stir you to action. Our searchable site has so many examples of females empowering each other through education and encouragement, that there is bound to be inspiration for all.

We'd love to hear from you again.

From New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Yvette

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