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Lindsay Haskell
Lindsay Haskell

United States

Lindsay co-founded Pangea Schools in 2011 in response to the need of access to quality education in Malawi, and dreams to extend this response across the African continent. Her debut novel is Courage.

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Created: 1st Nov 2011
Modified: 1st Nov 2011
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We believe that when youths in Africa are empowered and equipped with the knowledge and skills to improve their situations at an individual, community, national and continental level, they can help steer the world toward prosperity, equality and unity.

We are an international social-profit organization currently operating in Malawi and the U.S. Our mission is to build secondary schools in Africa free for disadvantaged youths that follow a holistic and global-centric approach to learning and curriculum, with applications of knowledge and skills to current local, national and global issues.

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Lindsay Haskell
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Apr/16/1992
Gender: female
  21 Wellesley College Rd
  Unit 1835
  City: Wellesley
Tel: 415-420-1509
Website: http://www.lin...
Place of Origin: Africa

Lindsay Haskell was born in Washington DC and is currently studying Peace and Justice Studies at Wellesley College. Living in Massachusetts during the school year but Malawi in the summers, Lindsay has an acute interest in Malawi and Africa at large. Prior to attending Wellesley, she lived in China for five years, where she received her International Baccalaureate Diploma at the Shanghai American School.


In 2011, Lindsay co-founded Pangea Schools, a social-profit organization, in response to the need of access to quality education in Malawi, and with the dream to extend this response across the African continent. Her ideas about education reform in Africa came about from an internship teaching in Malawi and prior trips to Malawi.



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