Interview with Carrie Wagner, Author of Village Wisdom (Part 2)

Here is part 2 of my interview with Carrie Wagner, Author of the book “Village Wisdom:  Immersed in Uganda, Inspired by Job, Changed for Life”. This part of the interview only has one question! (Not to fear – part 3 will follow eventually!) Carrie’s response to this question warrants the spotlight. You have my permission to use this clip as a tool for those who are planning to serve abroad and those who have returned from such an experience. Carrie’s words about what “life changing” REALLY means and “the beauty of a global citizen’s no man’s land” will resonate with anyone who has served or lived abroad.

Carrie is available to facilitate a thought provoking workshop on global citizenship. Here is a description:

This 3-hour workshop is designed for those who are serious about global engagement. Prior international experience is helpful but not required. Prerequisites include a heart for service and a desire to be a life-long learner.  Through this hands-on workshop participants will 1) discuss the complexities of crossing cultures and international development work, 2) identify their own learning style and begin seeking opportunities which stimulate personal growth and 3) begin to explore their own path to global citizenship, utilizing intuition, connections and personal goals.

Feel free to contact me at if you’d like to learn more about how Carrie can share her “Village Wisdom” and workshop with you and your organization.

(For those of you who missed it, here is part 1 of my interview with Carrie Wagner.)

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