Taqwetta is a 31 yr old survivor. Having been adopted and dealing with abandonment issues, to then dealing with an emotionally abusive father.
She then joined a very controversial religious group, which she ultimately left after seeing areas of behavior that were against her way of thinking. Soon after, she became involved in a physically abusive relationship for 3 years. After fleeing to Atlanta, she then sought help and began to heal. She is now watching her first child fight for her life everday in the NICU and learning to cope with her health that has set her back a bit.
I would much rather fix something than complain about it.
I am a social entrepreneur. I love a solid business model. I also love having a positive impact on society. Social enterprise combines business and impact. It has the potential to fix some of the biggest issues facing the world today.
My first venture, Give To Get Jobs, is a job board and information hub for jobs that use a sustainable business model to address social and/or environmental issues. A portion of the proceeds from each job posting is donated to fund job creation programs.
I am also a social impact strategist. I help other brands develop social impact strategies that make sense.
My long range goal is to provide advocacy to those who have no voice & ensure that their rights are not violated. I am in the initial stages of a non profit that will provide advocacy, help & services in the elderly community which is where my passion is very strong.
Motivated personable advocate who offers a solid background of 24 years in the legal field. I currently work to Advocate for the Elderly that are abused, neglected & financially exploited in nursing homes, and assisted living and would like to expand my advocacy & legal background into the community.
A professional business, civil and family Mediator with a holistic approach. I empower the parties by giving them tools, resources, information towards self-dertermination of their desired outcome whereby maintaining the integrity of human relationships.
Stockbroker turned novelist fulfilling youthful goals after many years of earning a living. First novel, After the Auction, follows woman hunting for family treasure looted by the Nazis. She confronts threats, murder, betrayal, new romance along the way. "Woman of a certain age."
As Founder of PASA-NJ, I help families affected by Parental Alienation and PAS heal on a personal level through mutual support groups. I also work to increase public awareness of Parental Alienation and PAS by blogging, holding educational workshops and discussions, and supporting family law reform. I work closely with Collaborative Lawyers, Psychologists, Counselors, Mediators, and Divorce Coaches to help families navigate divorce and beyond in a peaceful, conscious and loving manner. By creating awareness, providing education, and supporting laws to help victims, Parental Alienation will become a thing of the past. Children need to be allowed to love both parents as much as they need to be loved by both parents.
Originally from Holland, I have spent more than a decade in the Caucasus region, first in Armenia and since 2012 I'm based in Tbilisi, Georgia. I work with non-profit organizations, teach, give training and I write. My main interests are gender issues, women's empowerment, social media and the Caucasus region. I also read. A lot. Sometimes I write about the books I read. I love exploring the beautiful Georgian countryside.
As a freelance reporter for Utah Public Radio, Storee covers women's issues such as women in higher education and women's health. Storee is a graduate of Utah State University and also works at the Center for Persons with Disabilities at USU doing PR and marketing.
Claire Charamnac is the co-founder of Women LEAD, the first and only leadership development organization for young women in Kathmandu, Nepal. Women LEAD was founded in 2010 when Claire was a junior at Georgetown University. After graduating from Georgetown in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service, Claire became the US Executive Director of Women LEAD, focusing on fundraising, marketing and board development. Women LEAD empowers young women with the skills, support and opportunities to become leaders in their schools and communities. To date, more than 400 promising leaders have graduated from our programs. Women LEAD was selected as Women Deliver’s Top 50 Solutions Delivering for Women and Girls in 2012.
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