Author Archive | Caroline Pierce

Welcome to The SEGA Lodge

 SEGA’s Newest Opportunity for Visitors & Students SEGA has an exciting project to share! Over the last couple years SEGA has been developing the SEGA Lodge – a 6-bedroom guest house for SEGA visitors. The Lodge is currently up and running and offers exciting opportunities to visitors and students alike! The SEGA Lodge serves a […]

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Honoring Parents and Guardians and their Role in their Daughters’ Education

SEGA Hosts Multiple Annual Parent Meetings Parents play a very important role in our students’ lives. Even though most of our students live on campus for the majority of the year, teachers and administration recognize the importance of communicating with parents and actively involving parents in their daughters’ education. Every year SEGA holds at least […]

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Celebrating SEGA & Nurturing Minds Volunteers

Meet Susan Schneider – Peace Corps Volunteer at SEGA In honor of National Volunteer Week, April 23-29, we are celebrating one of SEGA’s volunteers – Susan Schneider! SEGA recently welcomed Susan Schneider, a Peace Corps volunteer, to the school’s team. Originally from Chicago, Susan has a background in teaching and corporate marketing. Throughout her life, […]

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Meet SEGA Board Member & Women’s Advocate: Hellen Nkalang’ango

In honor of International Day of the Woman on March 8th, we want to highlight a highly influential woman of our own – Hellen Nkalang’ango. Hellen is a SEGA board member and nurse/midwife, with a long and inspiring history of providing education and support to Morogoro’s underprivileged women and children. Hellen’s greatest passion is to […]

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Nurturing Minds’ Newest Chapter – MEGA for SEGA

Mother/Daughter Team Starts Nurturing Minds Chapter in Madison, WI Mother/daughter team Anne Pringle and Zoe Johnson recently started SEGA’s newest chapter in Madison, Wisconsin – MEGA (Madison Empowering Girls Advancement) for SEGA.  Zoe and Anne first heard of SEGA through their Newton community several years ago.  For Anne, a biologist who grew up overseas who wants […]

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