My name is Kathryn Padgett, and I'm the Ghana Program Coordinator for Saha Global. Through our Global Leadership Program, we've about partnered with 300 students and young professionals, and with their help we've opened 93 water treatment and solar charging businesses in Ghana. We had a lot of University of Washington interest in the positions in the past - you may remember us from our outreach to your organization this past fall!
I'm actually emailing today because our applications are open for the opportunities in Ghana with us this January, and we'll be hosting a few more online info sessions about our work and our program. More information about the info session is below. Do you think any of your members would be interested in receiving this information?
Come learn about Saha Global Positions in Ghana
Registration is open (and limited): tinyurl.com/SGInfoSession
To learn more or apply visit
Durable design. Community ownership. Sustainable impact. But don't take our word for it...
-Working with a rural community to build a clean water OR solar electricity business
-Training local women entrepreneurs how to run it
-Educating hundreds of families about the benefits of clean water and green energy