Friendships are so important to maintain. In 2008 I met my friend Konstantina, a bright, intelligent woman from Greece with the most infectious laugh. We both attended graduate school together at Emerson college and became fast friends. We served on the Graduate Student as President and Vice President working to plan networking events so graduate … More Back in the air again
Sitting on the tarmac in Zurich staring to transition back to American life. The impact of my trip is starting to hit me. I just spent 10 days to help empower women in Moscow and St Petersburg to help them improve practices and train mentors to work with children in Russian orphanages. As an adoptee … More Day 11: Privet and Paca
I’m just about packed and I don’t think I could bring any more of Russia back home with me if I tried. My heart is full of love from all of the amazing, thoughtful and inspiring women I have spent time with during my time in Moscow and St Petersburg. My eyes are not full … More Day Ten: Climbing to the top, Soviet Era Crash Course and the Ballet
Take a moment to view the important work being done at Mother Caroline Academy and Education Center in Boston, Massachusetts. I have been employed by MCAEC for the past six years. I started off as the Associate Director of Development, and now serve as the Director of Mentoring and Community Engagement.