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As a driven businesswoman, Victoria Trabosh’s goal in life was to make the cover of Time. At a professional meeting in Portland, Oregon, however, she was introduced to a Rwandan woman named Rita Ngarambe. Their initial chitchat quickly turned into a more serious discussion, in which Ngarambe explained how her people had lost hope after the 1994 genocide. That conversation, Trabosh says, planted a seed. “I went back home and said, ‘I’m going to go to Rwanda.'” Read more Here.

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    Victoria Trabosh

    Victoria Trabosh

    Since 2003, I have leveraged my 40-year business career and life experience into a role as an executive coach and international speaker, author and columnist. Practicing what I preach, I have been my own agent of change during my career. It has sparked in me a passion for helping others change as well. In fact, I’ve committed my life to it.

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