MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA, January 3, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who has the honor of inducting Anthazia Kadir as a member of the premier ranks of professionals as per her outstanding achievements in the field of writing and education. Throughout her professional experience, Anthazia has consistently revealed the resourcefulness, resilience, commitment and talent essential to be considered as one of the best specialists.
Anthazia’s experience encompasses a wide range of interest areas including writing books, poetry, freelance journalism, inspirational and motivational writing, research, mentoring and student advising, speaking engagements, teaching, and reporting. She is a published author of two books, “What A Woman Wants” and her English Translation of the Peace Wisher’s life story “Daughter Of Pharaoh”. Her goals are simple and inspirational including writing, working with nonprofit organizations to help eradicate Child Hunger and Discrimination against Women, and helping youths and children through education and mentoring. This last December Anthazia has literally started doing this by feeding hungry women ,and children in the streets of Pakistan and she hopes come this year her vision to build a school to help educate street Children in Pakistan would get on the way.
A passionate writer and public speaker, talented researcher, intrinsic educator and mentor possessing a compassionate nature, Anthazia worked as a volunteer with World Vision Canada in the summer months of 2011, she is presently volunteering as the Director of the Children Ministries within her church, and is involved in public speaking engagements. Her display of readiness and devotion to education and the opportunities it presents to young people and children enlightens and propels her further to better the lives of her pupils through helping to build a solid foundation for their future.
In 1997, Anthazia obtained a Teaching Certificate in Literature and Drama from the Cyril Potter College of Education. She also recently earned an Honors Degree in English and Philosophy, focusing immensely on research in Contemporary women’s literature and Feminist theories within Philosophy from York University. Anthazia is a member of the York University Alumni, the Official UNICEF Fan Group, the Graduate Student Lounge, the English Language and Literature, Child Rights, and Books and Writers.
You can book Anthazia for your next Seminar or Workshop on any topic as it pertains to the Empowerment of Women, World Peace, Creative Writing and the teaching of literature and poetry by contacting Cheryl Antao-Xavier Publisher, In Our Words Inc. www.inourwords.ca
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