"Okay! So let's plan for a gathering on Wednesday, 8 August. Evening-time. Any suggestions for a location?? I tend to find 1-2 places and stick to them, so the one place I'll recommend is Simmers in downtown…"
"Ok, I think I answered it but my internet is pretty sketchy today so it may not have saved properly! Let me know if you don't see my responses. Basically in the foreseeable future I'll be in NBO and available July…"
A group for aid workers who love good food. Share your recipes, tips for cooking and eating well in the field, restaurant recommendations or warnings, pics of awesome (or awful) food, and general food-related banter.This group is moderated by AidSource member, Zehra Rizvi.Photo of a feast prepared for AidSource member Karen…See More
"This is an excellent point of discussion, one that I've lately been considering from another perspective. I am considering applying to doctoral programs in international education, but the debate keeps resurfacing in my mind as to whether it is…"
A working group for students with interest in the humanitarian sector, and educators who teach subjects related to the humanitarian sector:Forums and discussions on matters ranging from how to select the right degree program to source materials for research and education topics.This group is moderated by AidSource Member Grace Bahng.See More
Consultant, Educator, Student, Researcher, Aid Critic
To summarize what I do in five words: music education for social change. I've worked in Kenya and Venezuela with various school and community music programs over the past three years, but am currently teaching/studying in Boston and volunteering over the summers. In July I'll be in Kenya once again working with Ghetto Classics in Nairobi - can't wait to be back East Africa!