Who am I? My name is Sarah Adeel, and I am a social entrepreneur from Islamabad, Pakistan. I see myself as a seeker, seeking meaning, purpose. I’m also a design enthusiast. Good design is something that excites me, and I feel design is a problem-solving activity that can solve all problems. What do I do?(…)
Who am I? My name is Sarah Arnd Linder. I am Jewish (my father is Israeli and my mother is Danish), and I’ve been living in Israel for the past nine years. I never thought I’d move here, but I came here for school and almost immediately became interested in the gender aspect of the conflict(…)
Who am I? My name is Sadaf Mahmood. I am a traditionalist, and a patriot from Karachi, Pakistan, who is fighting to preserve Karachi heritage sites. People ask me all the time if I’m an architect. I’m not an architect, but that doesn’t mean I’m not qualified or I don’t understand architecture or I don’t have(…)
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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!
Committee of One, Making a Difference, One Life at a Time (Matriarch Press, 2012) “When I married a retired hydrologist, I had no idea how our travels to the Middle East would change my perspective. Initially interested in the fine crafts of the area, I was led to Leila Wahbeh. The day I met her was(…)