Chaldeans are known for having extravagant taste, especially when it comes to home décor — such extravagance is linked to their ancestry, Peter explains. Her own passion for interior design spurred Peter to create an Instagram account devoted to her unique style and taste.
In part one of this conversation, we introduced you to Jemi Laclé and Claudia Koerbler, two intercultural Washington, D.C. professionals who are expert communicators. Here, we learn more about how these accomplished friends promote female empowerment.
Today, as we observe the tensest interactions between the United States and its allies in years and as globalization takes root deeper in the world, interacting with people from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds has become more common for most, especially for Americans. Considering U.S. history and policies over the past 250 years, we see a vacillation of how other cultures have been met by Americans.
Two CCKs capture and share their extraordinary global journeys on film. Photo Courtesy of The Quest: Nepal Alex Harz’s Story…
Adventure, exploration and information: These form the foundation of Dorian Gregory and Nichole Cruz’s The 4to5 Club, a new podcast and website focused on health and wellness.
Leda Popoviq is a Michigan interior designer who’s originally from Albania, a small Balkan country in Southeastern Europe with deep roots dating back to around 1225 B.C. Its people are derived from an ancient tribe called the Illyrians. The name Albania was the evolution of old phrases meaning “Land of the Eagles” and “Children of the Eagles.” Albania’s flag is red with a two-headed eagle in the center.
The Lovely Loba is a Utah-based company that creates unique, innovative, organic and eco-friendly lotion balls specially formulated to soothe even the most sensitive skin. According to creator Lindsey Christiansen, these nourishing spheres use seed butters and oils, herbs, plant and root powders, and essential oils that work harmoniously with skin, body and mind.
For every ambitious female, there is an unspoken truth behind her path, empowerment, career and successes. What the outside world gets to see from the surface, is just part of the joy, sweat and tears.
Are you your own boss? If so, does that automatically make you an entrepreneur? That’s what I want to explore — how such professional independence intersects with an individual’s values and purpose.