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Delta

United StatesLittleton, United States

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November 15, 2010

Delta

About Me: 

In the midst of these challenging, turbulent times, I find life to be simply amazing. I see growth, change, and peace beginning to grow in unexpected places and from unexpected voices. I believe that it is my responsibility to be part of these changes. I am the owner of Anoothi US, a social business that partners with village women in India utilizing microenterprise and fair trade practices. I also co-direct a 501(c)(3) that raises funding and awareness on behalf of orphaned, abandoned and economically deprived children in India. To help pay bills, I have the good fortune of working part-time at Pomegranate Place, a women's community center in Denver. And I am attempting to publish a book of poetry by year-end. Life is full, rich and wonderful even as it is painful and tumultuous.

My Passions: 
empowering women to discover their voice, poetry and writing, India, my children (29 and 27!),
My Challenges: 
the never-ending quest for funding
My Vision for the Future: 
My vision for the future includes: Continuing to move away from the charitable model and moving toward an active model of compassionate partnership that eliminates the "power" distinction of us and them;
My Areas of Expertise: 
Administration, Operations, Communication
My Languages: 
English, Learning Spanish and very basic Hindi

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