Many new college grads and first-time job seekers focus more on feeding their passions than finding viable careers. The truth is that the "career passion" myth can quickly derail your job search and career happiness.
Kenyan-born Ory Okolloh is trying
to make a difference. She's Google's policy manager for sub-Saharan Africa and she is also the founder of Ushahidi, a
revolutionary crowd sourcing utility which enables citizen journalists
and eyewitnesses all over the world to report incidences of violence
through the Web, mobile E-mail, SMS and Twitter. All of this is why
Okolloh is considered one of the most influential women in global