To say Julie Henderson is an accomplished woman would be an understatement. Julie is an accomplished businesswoman, a co-founder of the non-profit Curves for Change and an extremely successful IMG plus-size model. Despite her busy schedule, we were able to sit down with Julie and to ask her why she is not only participating, but also helping to organize […]
Each time I return to Rwanda, the experience feels brand new. Whether I’m seeing the country through the eyes of a new visitor, brainstorming ideas for new programs or introducing my daughter to a whole new world, I continue to be amazed, humbled and taught new lessons on a daily basis. Nothing can ever replace time spent in-country with […]
Building the future of Rwanda together
Dear fellow KOMERA Supporters,
During this festive season, I’m reminded of how fortunate and blessed I am to be here today. As a 22-year old Rwandan, and as a recent Babson College graduate, I represent the less than 1% of women in my country who have had the opportunity to travel to the United States, and receive an education reserved […]
Phenomenal 5th Grader, Riley, talks about the importance of girls’ education!
The following blog post was written, all on her own, by fifth grader Riley Block and forwarded to us for our website and e-newsletter. Thank you so much, Riley! Your writing inspires us, and we’re glad you’re part of our global network of strong and courageous girls.
The Komera Project
Leadership, and Knowledge is a very important thing for a girl. […]