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The Power of “I Choose … “

September 12th, 2013

It has been hard for me to express the “why” of this endeavor to create connections and relationships between women in the US and Africa because it rises from something deeply personal. I believe we’re on this earth to serve and share the gifts that are our unique expressions of that Perfect Power we all […]

Eight Days in Kenya!

September 16th, 2009

I returned from Nairobi the afternoon of Sep 15 quite lagged from the 21 hours of flight time. I must give a plug to my dear friend and personal African travel agent, Mahinda, for hooking us up on Emirates. If you’re going to Africa, it’s the best way to go. The service is fantastic and […]

Back to Nairobi

September 4th, 2009

I’m leaving for Nairobi this afternoon. If you read my last post about Kenya, I told you about the exciting relationships that began with the first trip last year. This time I’m visiting to build upon those and, hopefully, to start new ones. I’m participating is a conference on Secure ICT and hope to assist participants […]

Kenya Outcomes

January 4th, 2009

     People I met during travel to, in, and from Kenya have become new friends, business contacts, protégés, and charitable causes. Starting with Mahinda, now a friend and protégé – a young entrepreneur with more opportunities and ideas than he can handle. I have to agree with him that Custom Africa Tours is a […]

Re-entry from Kenya

December 4th, 2008

Spoiled by the technology I’ve come to take for granted, my hopes of “blogging” from Kenya were dashed immediately by the inconsistency of Internet access, even at the four-star hotels and resorts where we stayed. So here’s my first entry three days after returning from two weeks of photo safaris and relationship-building in Kenya, East […]

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