Giselle Malluche is the founder of Change to Humanity, a charity serving the homeless and food-insecure in Atlanta and Clarkston, GA. Her passion for helping others stems from her own history. Giselle was born in Germany and spent her childhood in an orphanage and later in foster care before training as a nurse and coming to the U.S. with her husband. Having experienced abandonment and homelessness as a child and a privileged life as an adult, she was able to understand people in different life situations and to develop humility, compassion, love, and a non-judgmental attitude. She felt compelled to give back to society and the world, and this mission has given her a sense of purpose. Giselle is divorced, with three daughters and 5 grandchildren.
Maria Alexe is the owner and curator of ARTCITY Gallery in Bucharest, Romania, and the President of Romanian Soroptimist Union. The events she curates reflect her dedication to promoting social […]More →