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Introducing myself and my journal: wide eyes

About Me:
I am a young woman from the Unidted States. I have worked for several years in defending womans rights and bringing people together. The more I understand the lives and struggles of woman around the world, the more educated and compassionate my support becomes. I hope to be a good partner and advocate in the journey towards a free and safe world for every woman

My Passions:
languages, travel, reproductive rights, disease prevention and treatment, global literacy advancement

My Challenges:
experience in the proffesional world of womens advocacy

My Vision for the Future:
raising my children in a society where every person is equally valid

My Areas of Expertise:
south american culture, eastern european relationships, trauma survivors


JaniceW's picture


We are so thrilled to have you join the team and I look forward to working together. Please let me know if there is anything I can help you with. I have no doubt you will enjoy your experience with us. Best wishes,
PulseWire Community Director

LauraB's picture

KVR, Welcome to PulseWire.


Welcome to PulseWire. You've discovered a dynamic online community supporting the voices of women around the world. I've found great inspiration, connection, and information at PulseWire and I'm confident this will be true for you as well.

A great way to become involved is to join a group to discuss issues and passions close to your heart.

The Rafiki Club is a group I think you might enjoy as you talked about global literacy advancement. Its aim is to connect women in the far and wide by creating a platform for friendship where women can exchange letters. The group is very active and you'll have a pen pal in rural Kenya to share yourself with.

So glad you are a member of PulseWire.

Warm wishes,


Kizzie's picture

Hey Kvr, It's good to have

Hey Kvr,

It's good to have you here! I really liked reading your profile! I can tell how compassionate you are:) I'm looking forward to reading your journal! Also, what kind of work have you done with trauma survivors? what kind of trauma?

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