Meet our fantastic team!
This week we're in Sydney with Bryce Morton, who recently joined our Board.
As you know at Project Didi, we're all about strong futures for women. Why do you believe it is critical to invest in women?
There are a lot of answers to this question, and aside from the fact that women deserve the same agency, freedom, and dignity as anyone, I see the amazing potential for the betterment of Nepalese society (and the world as a whole!) that comes from empowered women.
What would you share about Nepal with someone who hasn't been?
Hot honey lemon ginger – a truly life changing drink. On a more serious note I wouldn’t share anything as much as I would strongly encourage people to travel to Nepal, it’s such an incredible place that words struggle to do it justice.
Who inspires you?
Easily my mother, who has long been involved in the charity and non-for-profit space and instilled in me a keen understanding of the limitless potential of an educated and empowered woman.
Do you have any dreams for Project Didi and our work in Nepal?
It may sound a little cliché though my dream for Project Didi and Nepal is that one day we don’t need to do this work anymore. However, until that day comes I hope we’re able to be as impactful as possible in our mission.
What is one thing you wished you knew how to do?
I'll preface this with a "wish I knew how to do better” - I’m currently learning Indonesian, and while I can handle a conversation I’d love to be able speak it at a business level.