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I’m stuck. It’s the beginning of a New Year, a long awaited one at that, and I’m starting out behind – in a hole. In
Our collective has launched, and now it’s time to build the backbone. What’s a backbone? It’s the minimal amount of infrastructure needed to support the
There’s no place like home. Being born and raised in Kansas, my association with this saying has changed over time. When I lived at home
“90% of the community we serve through the Philadelphia Education Fund will be the first in their family to go to college” reads one of
As I start my first day as a PULSE volunteer, I feel the weight of accountability for GSK, for my family and for the children
I’ve never experienced such a full range of emotions as I have in the last 4-weeks. From pure joy to deep sadness; feeling grateful to
Last pages of the Vanuatu chapter. A place where everything and everyone was foreign to me and then suddenly comes a time of saying goodbye
Time flies. When I left Toronto for DC, six months seemed so daunting. I’ve written about this before, but I don’t really remember the first
I’m going to admit from the start that this post is self-serving. I have been with GSK for over 2 decades and I know the
Many moments to share with you! The leaves of Barretstown Castle show the time that has passed since I arrived. Lovely months that have taught
A journey of values and self growth. Un recorrido de valores y crecimiento personal
It’s been 4 months since I started my PULSE volunteer assignment with the Malaria program of the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in Abuja (Nigeria).
So I think I have begun a lifelong love affair with the Washington Monument. Its simplicity is what I first noticed about this monument and
It’s been several weeks since my last blog, I cannot believe time is running so fast ! I’ve been very busy with some trainings and