Hannah McKeeth

Hannah McKeeth (CEMUJER): Hannah was born and brought up in Panama City, Panama. Growing up in Central America greatly influenced her understanding of society and development. From Panama, she moved to Langley, BC, Canada, where she did her undergraduate studies at Trinity Western University in History and Political Studies. Upon graduation, she became a parent and community educator through Advocates Against Family Violence in southern Idaho. It was in this job that she became aware of the complex issues surrounding domestic violence and challenges that immigrants face in the United States. Following this, Hannah spent a year defining her passion for storytelling and clarifying her vision for her future through a fellowship with the Trinity Forum Academy.



If you get lost, look for the Volcano!

10 Sep

I have arrived in San Salvador, am taking care of living details and learning my way around the city. I’ve found some very kind people here and am excited to start working next week. I got here just in time for September 15 when most Central American countries celebrate their 1821 declaration of independence from Spain.

In San Salvador the volcano, that goes by the same name, can be seen from almost any place it the city. It is a quick visual guide if you feel like you’re lost. This picture of the volcano was taken from the place I have been staying this week. It’s a lovely view. Please continue reading as I get into the work with CEMUJER and explore El Salvador.

Posted By Hannah McKeeth

Posted Sep 10th, 2008

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