You never know when your next global connection will happen. While host and executive director, Tim Horgan, took his daughter to a play group, he met the leader of a twice yearly service trip to Rwanda right here in New Hampshire. After talking about the program and how it is a true grassroots effort, Tim wanted to tell the story of how the people of New Hampshire forge inspiring connections to the world in various ways. This month's episode focuses on NINH's efforts to bring a little light and progress to communities in and around Kigali, Rwanda. It highlights the power that small groups can have to create change in the world, as well as how those going on the trip are changed, too. Even here, in the small state of New Hampshire, people are able to have a positive impact on others six time zones away.
Sarah Papamichael, MS is the Community Development Specialist. She graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor of Arts in Child Development and a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership. Throughout her college and professional career Sarah has helped create new projects for services in need. She particularly enjoys global community work including co-coordinating and attending trips to Rwanda, Africa. Sarah holds certificates in SAFE Home Studies and CPR/First Aid/AED Instructor training.
SNHU Alumni Video on Rwanda Service Trip
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