Jill Hodge travels to Botswana and South Africa as a volunteer teacher with the World University Services of Canada in 1990. This book is about growing and being empowered through adventure, teaching and running as a young white expatriate women in Africa..
I am a Canadian. I begun my travels at very young age. I moved to Botswana in 1990 and stayed for three years. I moved to Indonesia in 1994 and stayed through1996. I finnaly moved to New York in 1997 to work for the UN on Environmental issues. In 2006, I went to Harvard and studied Public Administration- focus on Environment and Energy Science for Policy. I became a successful marathon runner globally and won the More Marathon in New York City in 2008 at 42 years old! I would like to write my next memoir about my time working on Education in Indonesia 1994-1996.