Boots on the Ground

By Bali Bock, Owner of Awareness Ranch, Tucson Arizona Rolling your sleeves up, putting on your pants one leg at a time, better late than never. These are all common

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Entrepreneurship is a Team Sport

By Francisca Villegas, Program Manager, City of Tucson, Arizona Last summer, I received a call asking me to host two fellows from El Salvador. I was thrilled to accept these

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From the Mountains to the Ocean, Everyone has a Story….

By Lukas Ray, Community Collaboration Director at the Kingdom Trail Association in East Burke, Vermont I love stories. Nothing excites me more than sitting down to listen to a good

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Experiencing the Professional Fellows Program Congress

By Maria Yolanda Hernandez, Mexico I am Maria Yolanda Hernandez from Chiapas Mexico. I’m an artisan. I speak Tsotsil, Spanish and English. I am an interpreter to my mother language

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Change is Inevitable, Growth is Optional

By Jakeline Arango, Guatemala I used to encourage everybody to embrace new things, but I did not realize that I was not the most honest preacher of that philosophy. If

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With Opportunities in Our Community

I am Lucía Gómez, from the Tsotsil community in Chiapas, Mexico. I am a member of the Indigenous Organization Kintitlik, which is in the Tojolabal language and means

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Every Woman has an Important Story to Tell 

By Alejandra Ramos, Guatemala The first book that made an impact in my heart was Anne Frank’s journal, The Diary of Anne Frank. I knew the story of a little

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Nothing is Impossible

By Gustavo Cua, Guatemala Approximately 10 months ago I was experiencing different challenges in my life, a few months later browsing the social network Facebook I found on the page

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A Learning Experience for a Guatemalan Woman Abroad

By Grecia Ramirez Avila, Guatemala My name is Grecia, and it has been 24 days since I arrived in the United States to start a new chapter of my life,

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If you Want to go Fast, Walk Alone. If you Want to go Far, Walk Together

By Angelina Martinez, Mexico On September 24 morning as we traveled to Hatfield, the sky was completely cloudy, a few drops of rain were sliding down the window, but that

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