What I love most about Mother’s Day is that I am acknowledged and honored for being a mother.
For my diet, I choose mostly organic. But in general, I am a big believer in trying to strike a balance with everything.
I am always touched when friends make contributions to my foundation on my behalf.
Miriam Were has made outstanding contributions to public health in the developing world. She brings basic medical services to women and children in East Africa.
It is important for me that I represent a brand that reflects my personality.
It’s one thing to donate money. It’s a whole other thing to give an opportunity for someone to make his own money.
Creative new health strategies like micro-insurance for poor people or Kangaroo care for pre-term babies are transforming health outcomes in even the most low-resource settings. Dedication and innovation are transforming health care worldwide.
Traveling around Ethiopia, I saw dozens of abandoned textile factories. People kept asking me to help them find work. So I thought I could make use of my experience in fashion to commercialize their products outside of Ethiopia.
When countries commit to protecting vulnerable lives, they should receive support from those who can provide it in order to make their programs a success.
Every day we hear about the dangers of cancer, heart disease and AIDS. But how many of us realize that, in much of the world, the act of giving life to a child is still the biggest killer of women of child-bearing age?
I want to do action, romantic comedy, and I love drama.
I want to spend as much time as possible with my children, so I always like to keep my beauty and fashion routines effortless… but still chic!