I am an organizational development and change management professional with over 22 years of experience with international institutions such as the World Bank, UNDP, IMF and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. I hold a Masters in Business and Management from the RH Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park and have worked in Liberia, Ghana, Guyana, US, and Tanzania.
My dream is for my son to grow into an independent, highly functional and fully self-expressed adult. My hope is to be able to share my expertise and experience with people who need and appreciate it.
I'm proud of:
My parents and grandmother, who made me who I am today. I am proud of the fact that I have been able to hold up on my own, being self-employed after leaving such prestigious world institutions to carve out an existence that offers more work-life balance for myself and my son.
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Hi Fatu, great you finally joined our online network! How are things? Is the move going towards the 'dream'?
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Thanks and regards from the heart of Africa (Kinshasa!)
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