Amidst the volumes of research I did to create Ethical Change Agency and exploring the guests that I knew would have a great alignment with The Ethical Evolution, I came across a remarkable woman who I believe needs a hell of a lot more recognition than she currently gets.
To put it simply, she’s a woman who makes things happen and she knew from a young age that she wanted to make a difference in this world when she understood that a long human life is only about 650,000 hours and she wanted to make the most of every one of them.
Nicky Mih is the founder and Managing Director of the child protection organisation Free To Shine, and has led a team of professionals, including social workers, psychologists and education officers, to secure the safety of girls across rural Cambodia. Nicky and her team have worked with police, community leaders and schools to prevent girls being trafficked into the commercial sex industry and help them achieve their rights to access education, safe drinking water, enough food and adequate shelter.
Leading a child protection organisation has taught Nicky Mih lessons in ethical and effective leadership, while the girls and their families have taught Nicky perspective, strength, community and even joy.
I was really moved by what Nicky does and what she faces and the lives she changes - grab your tissues and settle in with this remarkable woman.
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