20th May 2020
We know life is a little crazy for everyone right now, and we hope this finds you well. Here is a quick update on what’s been happening with Testigo lately.
In these unprecedented times the work we are doing to help Tanzania Masai and school children be self-sufficient and empowered is more important than ever, and we need your support to continue. With the end of the financial year coming up, we’d love to encourage donations. All Australian donations are tax deductible!
Thank-you, Goodluck Noah!
We are dedicating this newsletter to the very special Goodluck Noah, who has been an important member of the Testigo team and is now working as a trainee doctor on the Covid-19 ward in one of Arusha’s busiest hospitals. Talk about life being crazy!
Goodluck joined Testigo over five years ago and worked alongside Tracey to organise permaculture training. His ability to speak five languages, passion to help people, and strong work ethic made him an asset for Testigo and has helped him transform into an incredible (almost) qualified doctor. He’s a wonderful humanitarian and a true hero, and Testigo is very proud of supporting him through his studies and his journey.
Get Testigo in your ears!
May was an exciting month for Tracey, who was invited to speak on two podcasts about her experiences with Testigo. If you’re interested in hearing a bit more about Tracey’s life and journey from a corporate career to setting up Testigo, please follow the links below to listen. All previous interviews can be reached here.
Tracey is interviewed by malaria biologist Vanessa Mollard for this podcast that explores resilience, transformation and 15 years of involvement with the Tanzanian Masai. Listen as Tracey reflects on what she has learnt from the Masai, and what she has gained from giving up her corporate career to find her soul’s purpose.
No Small Jobs
This podcast explores careers, jobs, and how to find the right one for you. Tracey retells her journey of working in accountancy, publishing and corporate law before realising where she would find true joy: with Testigo. She shows that no matter how deep into your career you are, it’s never too late to follow your passion.
Tracey has an amazing story to tell and important lessons to teach. She has presented a series of successful talks in 2019 at various institutions including Harvard and Boston Universities. If you would like to hear more from Tracey and have her speak at your event, please email email@example.com for speaking fee information.
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