Mormon Woman Making a Difference in Her Home Country, Romania

by | Mar. 05, 2014

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Alexandrina Mic-Podar worked many jobs during her teenage years, from a chocolate factory employee to a self-employed massage therapist — all to help support her family.

"Not many 31-year-olds can say they have 16 years of professional work experience," Mic-Podar said.

But it was self-determination and an education at LDS Business College that helped Mic-Podar get to where she is today as an executive director of the Podul Dragostei Foundation, which provides social services and support to abandoned children and the foster families who care for them in Romania.

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