Margo McAuliffe first traveled to Kenya in 2005 to become a volunteer math teacher; she's returned every summer since then.
"Along the way I established a foundation, , which has built a high school for girls in Naivasha, Kenya," McAuliffe said.
on Menlo Park Patch last year about her experiences in Kenya.
Her posts covered a variety of topics: In some, she talked about how to . In others, she lamentated the that pluck girls from the classroom. A few were about within the community. The is particularly cute; it reminds me of the unexpected silliness I've had with my little brother.
Mrs. McAuliffe left the country on June 7 and will be sharing tales of her new experiences with Patch readers soon. (The internet connection isn't as accessible as it is here in Menlo Park.)
In the meantime, read about what .