>I am headed out again. Blogging at the Orlando Airport with Michael and Jennifer makes me feel like quite the techno buff. I spent the week at a conference inspiring the 20-30 generation into social action and had so many inquiries and possible new team mates. Yeah!! I learned so much and became even more convicted about my organization and this mission I have embarked on. I am hopefull others became motivated about the Bajalia work in hearing the stories of the artisans and the field work from Susanne, Michael, and Jennifer . I am a bit tired and am so looking forward to sleeping all the way to Frankfurt and then we wil meet up with some of our donors adn volunteers who are coming from Dallas to meet us there for the next leg to India. This shoule be a great trip of reviewing where we have been, and planning for the future in Kutchi working with the tribals there. I look forward to you taking this trip with us and seeing first hand that this is not something that can bve done without alot of help, finances, wisdom and of course, blood, sweat and tears. The India leg of the trip will end March 3rd as we head to Afghanistan and set up our work with the partners in Kabul. It will be hot and humid in India and cold with snow still on the ground in Kabul. Not very easy to pack for this trip, especially with the new luggage requirements of 50lbs for international. Anyway here we go, keep us in mind as we head out.
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Passionate award winning world changer and activist for women and social enterprise. Strategic thought leader and speaker versed in all areas of global development and international business. As a global CEO I love training leaders, pioneering initiatives, crossing cultures, starting up things, creating jobs and telling those stories. View more posts