Matt Minich has been editing and writing content for more than 10 years now. Currently, he works as the editorial director for Shoulders of Giants.
When Eulanda Shead Osagiede was 9, she started her first business. She sold perfume — made from flower petals from her front yard — at
“It’s a marathon, not a sprint,” said Claudia Körbler, an international development specialist for the United Nations (UN), YouTube host of “Global Storytelling for Global
Naomi Hattaway “I think culture is imperative.” In the previous article, we featured Terri Mairley and how culture played a role in her children’s lives. In
Terri Mairley “Culture makes the world go round.” In the earlier article, we touched upon Robert’s family. In this article, we will be zooming
Robert Mairley “You have to have an open mind.” Mairley is an African-American man who was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. Cultural discovery has
Dahlia Ambrosine, an insightful and beautiful woman whose life is full of adventure. Although Ambronsine was born in Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies, she identified not
“I’m not a TCK myself. I grew in the same house all my life,” as Lillian Small clarified. Even so, the life of Lillian Small is