Caterina, with more than 15 years of experience in the YWCA movement and system both locally and nationally at Chile and globally at the World YWCA office, is a champion of movement building, organisational development, good practices and accountability. She began her life as a young women volunteer and staff […]
Month: February 2020
Story published as submitted for the contest “Story of Change”. I grew in single-parent families, and I was raised by my mother alone. As a single mother, she might encounter many difficulties, but she was always very energetic and loved to help others. My mother has a great influence on […]
Story published as submitted for the contest “Story of Change”. I come from a small rural community in the north of my country, Kerasovo Konitsis, a beautiful mountainous village. Throughout my childhood I listened to the stories of women in my village and witnessed the difficulties and inequalities they were […]
Story published as submitted for the contest “Story of Change”. Osaruguemwen Benedicta Ogbeide won the third price of the contest. As a young woman, I never dreamt I would be a teacher. My heart desire was to become a diplomat. This burning desire influenced my decision to study Political Science […]
Sarah Manley (new Davies) is a former World YWCA intern who resides in Auckland New Zealand. Sarah shares in She Speaks her reflection about mentorship, and how Juli Dugdale, a colleague, a friend and a true mentor impacted the lives of many young women around the world. Rest in power Juli.
Story published as submitted for the contest “Story of Change”. Joevannie Shawn Collins won the second price of the contest. Read her story of leadership. As I sit at my desk, in the uncomfortable heat that has consumed Belize these past few months, thinking about my life, my work, who […]