Josanna Lewin (Ghana)


Josanna Lewin

Josanna Lewin (Vital Voices - Business Women’s Network hub, the Eagle Women Empowerment Club (EWEC)). Born and raised in Hawaii, Josanna studied in Costa Rica for 6 months with the American Field Service (AFS) in 1998. She received her BA in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2004. Upon graduation, Josanna spent a year working as an English teacher at the Universidad Central de Ecuador in Quito, Ecuador, and in Italy. Josanna spent three years working in San Francisco in the business development field. She is fluent in Spanish and has worked as a Sexual Health Educator with the Marin Aids Project (MAP) for at risk Latino youth. At the time of her fellowship, Josanna was pursing her Master’s in Public Administration AT the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS). After her fellowship, Josanna wrote: “It has been a summer of learning, sharing and laughing with some incredible women. They are beautiful women and it is these women, these mothers, these sisters, these leaders, who are the future of Africa. This was a truly incredible summer and I’ve had such a positive experience. I’ve fallen in love with Ghana!"



04 Aug

A Secret Mountain In My Backyard (T-minus 3 days…)

Thirteen years ago, I found myself crammed into the backseat of a two door Mazda

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Posted Aug 04, 2010

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29 Jul

Meet Hilary, An Eagle Woman

While working as the Program Director for Women in Law and Development in the Volta

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Posted Jul 29, 2010

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15 Jul

My journey to work each morning…

Over the past few months, many of you have inquired about some of the basics

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Posted Jul 15, 2010

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13 Jul

A video on Fulera…

A few blogs previous, I introduced everyone to Fulera, an Eagle Woman.  Take a look

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Posted Jul 13, 2010

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07 Jul

Meet Sheila – An Eagle Woman

When Sheila Bartel-Sam, CEO and founder of Platinum Technologies, walked into Ghana Oil two years

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Posted Jul 07, 2010

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07 Jul

Meet Fulera – An Eagle Woman

Several years ago, Fulera got off the bus in Accra with her daughter and 10

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Posted Jul 07, 2010

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29 Jun

Do you know your Ghanaian name?

Last week I finally learned what my Ghanaian name is.  In Ghana there exists a

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Posted Jun 29, 2010

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29 Jun

“Ghana Time” and Eagle Women

Like Ghanaian clockwork, the meeting started very late. “Ghana Time” is a concept that has

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Posted Jun 29, 2010

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16 Jun

Ghana Scores!

I was surrounded by hundreds of sweaty men screaming, leaping, chanting, and going absolutely wild. 

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Posted Jun 16, 2010

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11 Jun

The Arrival

Accra welcomed me with some very thick, warm air on Sunday afternoon, May 31st.  While

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Posted Jun 11, 2010

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27 May

T-minus 4 days!

T-minus four days until I embark upon my Ghanaian adventure.  As I sit at my

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Posted May 27, 2010

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