EP-51 • 39 min 35 sec

Money for 20 ground wells, but only 1 done. Listen to how a 22 year old decided to take on corruption.

The peace corps led her to Zambia, and she called it her home. Heather has drank water from a puddle just like everyone else in Sierra Leone and lived to not only tell the tale, but change the narrative too!
Podcast Guest
Heather Cumming
Published on
April 14, 2023

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