Camilla McFarland on Social Media, African and Afghan Women's Leadership in Developing Countries
When she was only sixteen years old, Camilla Mc Farland started teaching Math and English classes for three summer semester in Ol Moran Primary school in Laikipia, Kenya, where she established a good connection with female students in her classes. She likes to travel to meet people with different cultures and mindset. She believes that education is the key to help women advance in developing countries, and that social media is the quickest way to express themselves. She thinks that giving women access to mobile money system, especially in the developing world, is a great way to help them build their financial independence.