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February 22, 2021 43 min

Roslyn Parker is a social entrepreneur and corporate executive who is passionate about working for causes which support women and children . She transformed that passion and left the corporate world to be a social entrepreneur with her company TRAVEL TO DO GOOD. Roslyn promotes personal growth, self-awareness, shared learning, for a deeper understanding of the world we live in. As we know all travelers that were used to visit different places often, found themselves unable to do that due to the pandemic. However, Roslyn found a way to continue her work connecting travelers directly with specific groups in communities around the world. Listen to this episode and be inspired and motivated by the work she is doing as a positive changemaker.

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