Oct 11, 2017
Michele Westmorland is best known for her underwater photography. But she has just released a new documentary film called Headhunt Revisited that follows the story of an American woman who, in the 1920s traveled to the Solomons and Papua New Guinea to document the tribes in oil and canvas.
We talk about this passion...
Oct 4, 2017
Carol Odera is a 2017 Mandela Washington Fellow. This program, started by Nelson Mandela and former president Barack Obama recognizes, young African leaders for their outstanding work in a variety of fields.
Carol holds an MBA in Strategic Management and a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration.
Sep 27, 2017
Sally Bergeson is the founder of Oiselle, a by women, for women running and athletic clothing company based in Seattle.
Sally founded the business more than 10 years ago when she became dismayed by the lack of availability of running shorts designed for women that were also well-made, comfortable and actually looked...
Sep 22, 2017
In 1987, Rita Golden Gelman divorced, sold her possessions and left behind what many would have considered to be a glamorous life in Los Angeles. She hasn’t had a permanent address since.
Rita is the author of Tales of a Female Nomad in which she chronicles her first 15 or so years of travel.
She’s also the author...
Sep 12, 2017
Naomi Wachira is a Kenya-born singer/songwriter who followed her heart and passion right into a path as a full-time musician.
She accomplished this by living life on her own terms despite going against cultural norms in many instances.
Among other things, Naomi talks about the catalyst that caused her to change the...