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Just a short Introduction!


I thought a journal entry would be an appropriate forum to introduce myself. Just a quick little bio about me, I am from the southern United States and really enjoy travelling. I have studied and lived in Ireland and Spain as well as in NC and DC. I have worked for the US government, the private sector and the public sector. Basically I like to think of myself as a jack of all trades! My real passion, hope and goal is to ultimately work in the area of disaster services.

That is a very brief synopsis of me! I joined PulseWire a little over a year ago (I think) and I have really enjoyed "getting to know" the community through the diverse postings, journal entries and stories of other members! Thanks for being here...


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Hello from World Pulse. You

Hello from World Pulse.

You have reached out to World Pulse, and we are grateful for your presence. What have you found on World Pulse 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 certain to be inspiration for all.

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. Through this effort, I have become a world volunteer.

We'd love to hear from you again.

From New Orleans, Louisiana, USA


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