Youth in Action – biojewels for Breast Cancer
In December 2012, I received an e-mail to Dorly Piske, natural Brazilian Santa Catarina, who moved to the region of the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming in 1985. For years he has been dedicated to teaching languages (Portuguese, English and Spanish as a foreign language) and lately has acted in Laramie County Community College and the University of Wyoming in Laramie.
Parallel to her work in academy, Dorly is voluntary at Partners of the Americas (Partners of the Americas), an international non-governmental, non-profit, founded in the 60s under the Kennedy administration in order to promote rapprochement, understanding and collaboration among people and institutions of the American continent. Through projects that promote mutual benefits in the areas of education, health, culture, agriculture, among others, voluntary agents performing exchanges and actions aimed at “Connect, Serve and Changing Lives”, uniting American states and countries to America. Continue reading