Own Your Story

14th June 2017 Noeline Kirabo 0

I recently attended a women’s leadership retreat organized by the Global Livingston Institute that brought together women from all over the world. The women were leaders in different industries, countries and specialties, yet we all […]


Beauty In The Storm

19th May 2017 Noeline Kirabo 1

I am a structured person and often prefer to be in charge of situations. I like it more when I am in control than when I feel like a victim of circumstances. I love to […]


The Internal Clock

24th April 2017 Noeline Kirabo 1

As women our life experiences are deep and vast: from the stresses of family life, the joys of motherhood (for some), the pressures and satisfaction of having and maintaining a successful career, while still being […]

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Winifred Kisitu: The Five Fold Woman

7th December 2016 Noeline Kirabo 0

Winifred Kisitu is a lecturer, author, advocate, wife and mother. I was fascinated by how much she has accomplished professionally while maintaining her family life. There’s the notion that today’s career woman can’t be successful at running a […]

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Thoughts & Reflections

When The Music Fades

5th September 2016 Noeline Kirabo 3

Today I listened to a very lovely and soothing song that kind of just lingered in my mind and heart. It put me in a thoughtful and reflective mood that I had not enjoyed in […]

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Strength In Broken Vessels

25th July 2016 Noeline Kirabo 6

Strength is often associated with accomplishment, excellence, influence, well preparedness and physical fitness. It is a much desired attribute in this day and age. Strength has been equated to winning power in this race of […]