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As we enjoy this wonderful holiday in America, millions of people in Nepal are suffering. Some of them are hungry, some are cold and wet, and many are living in makeshift housing. Most of them have few prospects for a better life for themselves and their children. It doesn’t have to be this way!

Nepal has enormous potential. It is a beautiful place. It could be a great success story. It could be the next Singapore. But it will have to overcome many entrenched obstacles to accomplish this success story.

Nepal has enormous potential. It is a beautiful place. It could be a great success story.

You already know about the rampant corruption, indifference and often incompetence in the bureaucracies. You also know that the political parties have not been able to forge a common direction for the good of the country. The civil war is over and a new constitution has been ratified. But the country is not moving forward very quickly. It doesn’t have to be this way!

But the country is not moving forward very quickly. It doesn’t have to be this way!

You can help change it. New forces and new ideas are emerging that can help Nepal get started for the benefit of all Nepalis. In the coming days and weeks and months, The Potentialism Beacon will regularly publish news, articles and original content about Nepal and what you can do to help Nepal. Please subscribe to our free online newspaper.

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By | 2016-10-13T15:20:23+00:00 July 2nd, 2016|Nepal, Potentialism Beacon Op-Ed|0 Comments

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Theresa Ruby
Theresa Ruby, CEO, has served in senior leadership, human development, and humanitarian positions for more than 20 years. In the past, she was Vice President of Cultural Change, Human Resources, Communication, and Health and Safety for a large publicly traded corporation. She recently served as Vice President of Leadership and Talent Management for a multi-billion dollar company in the Midwest. In addition, she is the past President/Chairperson of Women in Business (WIB), San Francisco. WIB is a non-profit organization that helps women executives, managers, and small business owners. She has also worked with Boards of Directors, CEOs of multibillion dollar corporations, and international agencies such as US AID, EXIM Bank, and US Trade and Development. She serves on the Board of GlobaHouse Group. Theresa has on undergraduate degree in engineering and a master’s in International Business Relations.