Returned Peace Corps
Volunteers of South Florida

Linda Whitmyre and Global Mamas

The Presentation is now on U-Tube at:  

Linda Whitmyre, RPCVSF's Fair Trade Market Chair in the center, nominated the Global Mamas founders Renae Adam, right, and Kristin Johnson, left, for the Sargent Shriver award, and they Won! Fashion Alert! Renae, the tallest, is sporting a Global Mamas dress.

The Sargent Shriver Award for Distinguished Humanitarian Service is awarded by the National Peace Corps Association to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who continue to make a sustained and distinguished contribution to humanitarian causes at home or abroad, or are innovative social entrepreneurs whose actions will bring about significant long-term change.

Since their days in the Peace Corps, Renae and Kristin have been involved in projects that give women the tools to provide financial security for their families. Together they founded Global Mamas, a community working together to create lives of prosperity for African women and their families. See the full article on NPCA's website at:

Interested in RPCVSF's Fair Trade Market? Learn to Organize and Operate a Fair Trade Market by asking Fair Trade Market Chair Linda Whitmyre, mailto:  , for a copy of the Fair Trade Market Replication Guidelines.

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