My father is a tinkerer, and I remember helping him build a PC when I was five years old.
This is not an article arguing for or against abortion or self-determination of women’s rights, instead here lies a challenge.
I think about all the times my arrogance shined through whenever I encountered an outspoken woman trying to educate me on the struggle she encounters.
While working on-site in my Assistant PM role at a construction firm, I narrowly escaped a cement block falling on my head. I took this as a sign.
“Young women, live lives of freedom now Wait not for the liberation of gray hairs, and saggy skin, Be free now in your youth”
As a non-technical person, it took me a while to gain confidence in what I brought to the space until I realized my potential as a connector.
Helping our communities through economic empowerment will affect change on a macro-level, generating more growth and success for our communities.