The folks over at Heartland International were mentioned in this article from the Chicago Defender. The article discusses the Kenyan program and how those Kenyan entrepreneurs are coming to the Chicago area for internships in October, 2011. Click HERE to read the online version of the article.
Another great video from Kate’s journey to Kenya, Africa. She was there along with the people from Heartland International. They were all there to work with young business men and women and provide advice and training to them to help expand and run their businesses. This was one of the speakers. This is Lawrence Musili, […]
Kate Koziol from K Squared Communications visited Kenya, Africa with the folks from Heartland International. Their purpose was to visit young business men and women who are trying to start and grow their small businesses. They brought their unique skills and years of experience to help these people plan ahead for their business and business […]
Check out Kate Koziol’s walk to work each morning as she visits Kenya, Africa, along with the folks from Heartland International. Click HERE to see the video at the K Squared Communications’ YouTube Channel!
I can tell it’s the end of a journey because on the three flights, some 30 hours of travel, I have not said “boo” to a single seat mate. I am bone dead tired. That kind of tired that radiates out from the top of your ears and your brow and hang like a spider […]
Kate Koziol from K Squared Communications visited Kenya, Africa with the folks from Heartland International. While she was there to help provide advice and training for young entrepreneurs, she also got to visit some of the remarkable wildlife in the area. Here she walks to see the hippos! Click HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO ON […]
Kate’s Madagascar Journal – MWW Seeking EUA (Married White Woman Seeking Evolutionary Unique Animals)
I can’t believe I am on my long dreamed of trip to Madagascar, to see the lemurs, the Ringtail Lemur in particular. Ever since Sr. Kevin’s 7th grade science class I have been intrigued by evolutionary oddities and been to the Galapagos to see the Blue Footed Boobies, Tasmania to see the Tasmanian Devil and […]
Today our dear guide Florence – about 100 lbs of warmth and charm and smarts – picks us up at our Kenyan home – the Thompson Falls Lodge and we are going to walk into Nyahururu Town to visit Mina’s property management company, Patrick’s print shop, David’s cyber café and Elisha’s Milk Bar. Elisha also […]
Theme lyric of the moring: “Good Morning, good morning, How I hate to stay up late. Good Morning, good morning to you.” Stayed up until 2A typing blog entries and up at 530A for a last game drive. Coffee was great, a needed boost to compensate for the lack of sleep. Second week, Monday June […]
Simon, my first and most likely only tent butler, brings Mandy and I hot chocolate and cookies at our 7A wake up call. He recommends that we eat them inside because monkeys like cookies – smart monkeys. He also shows us how to tie up our tent zipper so we don’t get monkey looters when […]