You yearn to make a difference in others’ lives. You feel the call to throw your wisdom, energy, and time into a cause, social enterprise, or not-for-profit. You want to give.
Have you considered your giving may be creating dependency, not opportunity?
In the West, we want to fix, and the tools to repair social, economic, and environmental issues are often unconsciously selected by the ego, rather than what will benefit the whole. The strategies to correct the injustices of our time are lived by leaders who make their contribution count—every day.
Make your contribution count imports pioneering African women’s guidance to navigate how the West can integrate African cultural ethos, where we takes precedence over me. Pioneers who have endured many unimaginable circumstances harness their feminine energy to transform how to lead, contribute, consume, and structure organizations to have a social impact in their communities and beyond—sustainably.
Be transported through 17 African countries and 70 interviews in the backpack of the author, Suzanne F. Stevens, and her husband, Michael K. Gingerich. Through real-life adventures, international research findings, practical strategies, and reflective questions, the author will take you on a journey where: