Over spring break, I had the privilege of spending time with Dr. Jill Seaman, who for more than 20 years has dedicated her life to helping people in Africa. I was touched by how big her heart is and how deeply she cares about the people of Sudan. Here she talks about being under fire and other security risks, but how those things are not the hardest part of her work. Her words moved me, and I hope they inspire you to help others.
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S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications