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Alumni Spotlights:

 

Jennifer Mahran, Spring 87
 Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia

CharityBegins.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alumni Spotlight on Jennifer Mahran

A.K.A. "Baby Jen" Spring 87

 

I returned to Corporate America in July 2005 after traveling solo through Southeast Asia for one year.  For stories and photos about my trip log on to: www.mytripjournal.com/jensjourney.

 

Highlights included an attempt to teach English in Cambodia, trekking for 21 days in Nepal, a two week journey through Myanmar (Burma), a brief visit to a yoga ashram in India, a grueling hike in China, and a very insightful side trip to Sri Lanka.

 

Now I split my time between New York City and Maryland, working by day as a freelance Events and Promotions Director, and by night as the co-founder of CharityBegins.org. Charity Begins is a non-profit which helps independent travelers deliver necessities to developing countries.  We research the destinations, identify local non-profits, collect the needed supplies and deliver them to the traveler for transport.  

 

I would love to connect other traveling Phi Lambs with non-profits from around the world. Love and always in Phi Lamb.

 

Contact: JMahran@hotmail.com

 

Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia ― where my journey began

 

My English students in Cambodia

 

Tilicho Lake while trekking in Nepal

 

India

 

Burma

 

Burma