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    My Story by Mohit Kanada

    June 2020 is the Female Wave of Change Story telling month: Stories matter and we want you to share yours! Today Mohit Kanada originally from India shares his story how his cooking developed from a necessity to passion: a tribute to his mother, his wife and his daughter. My cooking journey: from necessity to passion Life teaches us the most unexpected of lessons at the most unexpected junctures of our lives. “It all started when I was just 10. For generations there was a tradition for the women in my family: they have stayed away from all household activities during their menstruation time. We as the three men of the…

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    My Story by Susan Ganz

    July 2020 is the Female Wave of Change Story telling month: Stories matter and we want you to share yours! Today Susan Ganz, Female Wave of Change Ambassador New York shares her story how she climbed the ladder of corporate America but decended again to create her own story. Some day people are going to know who you are “Some day, Susan, people are going to know who you are,” said my high school physics teacher. What did he mean by this? Upon reflection years later, I finally understood what he saw in me, what he truly meant, and what he was inspiring me to do. He was planting seeds…

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    My Story by Dr Ishrat Rafique Eshita

    July 2020 is the Female Wave of Change Story telling month: Stories matter and we want you to share yours! Today Dr. Ishrat Rafique Eshita  from Bangladesh shares her story how she she became a doctor at a very young age. Since I was a little girl I wanted to be a doctor “Since I was a young girl, I wanted to be a Doctor. I have always been interested in understanding Human behavior & Mental Health. I trained as a medical doctor and was keen on becoming a Clinician Scientist. However, it was during my undergraduate internship in the Psychiatric department that I realised we know little of the…

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    My Story by Dr Rubee Singh

    June 2020 is the Female Wave of Change Story telling month: Stories matter and we want you to share yours! Today Dr. Rubee Singh from India shares her story how she became the voice of the underprivileged childeren in this global pandemic. Young Indian Girl on a Mission to Protect Children’s Right during COVID-19 Pandemic “My story starts from my birth city, very famous and known place called Lucknow “Nawabon Ka Shahar” which means ‘The city of Kings’, in India. Being the only child of my parents, I was the centre of their attention especially my mother needs special attention here since she has been the backbone of my education…

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    My Story by Ingun Bol

    June 2020 is the Female Wave of Change Story telling month: Stories matter and we want you to share yours! Today Ingun Bol, founder and president Female Wave of Change, shares her story how she became that drop in the ocean that started those waves of change. You can be the drop in the ocean that starts waves of change! As a child I was never really the most popular one, not the funny one, nor the sporty one. I was born in a family with 2 sisters (yes I am the middle one…) and a father who always made himself the center of the universe. His daughters had to…

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    My Story by Tasar Isskreah

    June 2020 is the Female Wave of Change Story telling month: Stories matter and we want you to share yours! Today Tasar Isskreah, originally from Syria,  shares her story about the golden scars in her heart. The Golden Scars of my Heart “Tasar is my name. When I was little, I was ashamed to say my name because my father had invented my name himself. Later I realized how unique my name is. Saying my name a lot has made me proud of my name and pronounce it as if I am saying a poem. I fled to the Netherlands 3 years ago I am 45 years old and I…