NYC 2022 Pride Parade

I attended my first Pride Parade in NYC this weekend, with my new friends Tom and his husband Tsohil. It was every bit of fun. We went to the Pride Liberation March in downtown Manhattan, and there was a huge party at the Washington Square Party.

Moving to NYC | 7 Things To Know

New Yorkers will tell you that NYC is the greatest city in the world, with better food, better entertainment, and, well, better everything than any place else on the planet. Here’s a bit you’d want to know about the city.

As you set out for Ithaka…

I have, as of today, spent a full month living away from home. I never saw myself moving away from Malawi – for long or otherwise. I found a few words which have been keep me sane and still.

Riding the waves | Mind, Body, & Soul.

I am a few days away from relocating from Malawi, and I have been so deeply overwhelmed by everything – both personally and professionally.A few days ago, I travelled with my mother to Blue Zebra Island Lodge. Her birthday is coming up, and I will miss it because I will be in Berlin for a conference. On our way to Nankoma, it was quite windy, and because of the strength of the waves on the Lake Malawi, we had to ride the waves on our way to the islands. The process of riding the waves got me thinking about self-care.

More women in Tech

One of the goals of the World Bank funded Digital Malawi project is to get more women in the innovation and technology sectors. As a way to achieve this, the Digital Malawi put a requirement that 60% of all trainees must be female. This is a requirement that continues to be met by constant questioning and scrutiny, as is always the relevance of affirmative action.