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The Rumeet Billan talks on African education also share the speaker's personal experience at a Kenyan orphanage. She is the president of Jobs in Education, a company dedicated to building schools in Africa and Central America. Other international objectives include developing a teacher's training center and supporting projects that align with her vision of enabling educational opportunities. As an educator, she teaches courses in leadership and social entrepreneurship. She is also completing her doctorate studies at the University of Toronto. She has also been honored twice as Canada's Most Powerful Woman in 2008 and 2011. She writes as a Huffington Post Impact Contributor as well.
The Rumeet Billan talks explain how people should examine who they want to be when they grow up, rather than what they want to be. Her motivational speech highlights her humanitarian work and passion for education.
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Rumeet Billan’s African Education Talk Discusses Why She is a Humanitarian
In her African education talk, Rumeet Billan explores what it means to answer the question,‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ She shares her personal experience meeting young orphans in... Read More