Kristen Hathaway was a UW-Eau Claire political science major who spent a semester studying abroad in Ghana. While there, she studied international economics. She also made a decision that changed her life, and the lives of countless young people in that African nation. Kristen talks about the young people she met, the artistry she helped unleash, and the difference it's making in a small West African nation.
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