Working for Women and Wisdom

Elizabeth Dearborn Davis went to Rwanda at age 22, armed with nothing more than a pedigree education from Vanderbilt University. She didn’t speak the language. She had no relatives or friends there to give her support. There was no job waiting for her. But what she did have was boundless energy, a resourceful brain and business skills and a stubborn determination to make a difference in the war-torn country. [button wrap]More[/button wrap]