Madjiguene Fall, M.Ed. Find Your Own Agency: Fear as a motivator By all accounts, business owner, mother, wife, professor, and doctoral candidate Madji Fall is an empowered young woman who is blazing her own trail on her way becoming one a dynamic leader in the education field. But hidden from this narrative of success is a story of survival. Madji was born in Senegal … Continue reading FEAR: Obstacle or Motivator?
HBTransformation At Any Age Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Romans 12:2 NIV My story is about MINDSET. I wish I knew how powerful my thoughts were back in my younger days. But better late than never, right? Here’s an example of how my thinking held me back. Way back when I was in … Continue reading MINDSET: What You Think Matters
Eva Clayton, Congresswoman. A life of service Her early plans were to become a doctor to help people in the underdeveloped parts of the world but she chose to make a difference in the lives of ordinary Americans and we are glad she did! “The issue of equity in jobs and fairness of opportunities is paramount,” Eva Clayton devoted her political career to helping young … Continue reading Eva Clayton: Waking up the US House of Representatives
Dr. Rihab Saadeddine: Mentors as Mirrors Growing up in Lebanon, the women in Dr. Saadeddine’s family were primarily focussed on family issues. They were strong women whose voices made a difference in family matters, but rarely looked beyond their roles as wife, mother and grandmother. Their combined voices sent a message that education for women is very important, even though many had not gone beyond … Continue reading Mentors as Mirrors
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton Continue reading The Journey Begins