Johanna Wilkie

Johanna Wilkie (Breaking the Wall of Silence in Windhoek): Johanna lived and worked in Rome, Italy for two years teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). After her return to hometown of Boston, she taught immigrants and college students ESL for two years before moving to Los Angeles to work as a program manager at a California non-profit. At the time of her fellowship, Johanna was studying for a Masters degree in international affairs and development at Georgetown University, and working toward a Certificate in Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies. She also interned at the International Rescue Committee as an Africa Advocacy Intern.



Breaking the Wall of Silence

15 Jul

You may be wondering why it took me over two weeks to post, and one of the main reasons is that I’ve been hard at work on the website for Breaking the Wall of Silence (BWS).  It’s not nearly finished, but the main information on the organization’s mission and programs is up.  I realize that I have not gone into a lot of detail about the work that BWS does (its programs combatting gun violence are only a part of its focus), and I figured that unveiling its new website would be a good way to formally introduce it.  The Home, About Us, and Approach and Activities pages are active; I especially recommend checking out the “About Us” page to get the basics on BWS’s history and mission.  So, here goes: I give you Breaking the Wall of Silence!

Posted By Johanna Wilkie

Posted Jul 15th, 2009

121 Comments

  • Sarah Masters

    July 15, 2009

     

    Great, I have just linked to it from our DDV campaign page!

  • Johanna Wilkie

    July 15, 2009

     

    Oh that’s great! I linked to IANSA a few times as well…

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