In February 2014, Danielle Grace Warren packed her bags and left her Brooklyn apartment, moving a continent away from her boyfriend, friends and family to work part-time on a corn, fish and chicken farm in Ghana and to be closer to her true passion.
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Add these creative, enthusiastic and out-of- the-box educational initiatives to schools around the world, and we think you will have in-hand the best recipes for cool and engaged learning for all kids everywhere!
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Is work-life balance a fantasy? How can you be content when you’re running on two hours of sleep, two liters of coffee and two emotions—exhaustion and dread—about the transition you are planning? Here, social entrepreneur and surfer Farhana Huq offers her best advice for doers and seekers.
Check out this listing of women’s investor circles (or groups specifically interested in investing in women entrepreneurs) and find the perfect one to help accelerate your business! (listed alphabetically by region) AFRICA Kenya and Southern Africa Kenya Women Investment Company: This group of female investors in eastern and southern Africa invests primarily in real estate to(…)
I am Aarti Naik. I am 26 years old. And I live in the Mulund West area of Mumbai, India, in a slum with my family. I share a house with my mother, Pushpa, my father, Dattatry (they have been married for 50 years!) and my little brother, Rajni. My elder sister, Sachin, got married(…)