Out of all the amazing entries we received in the last month for our Tanzania Correspondent Contest, our judges have made the tough choices and narrowed them down to our top 10. The judges chose people they thought would best use their skills to tell the stories of our Tanzanian women clients on an Insight Trip to Tanzania, and who best presented their ideas, meeting our criteria of creativity, clarity, originality and more.
Now It’s Your Turn
This is your chance to vote and help us pick the winners. Read entries submitted by the top 10 finalists listed below and cast your vote at opportunity.org/contest. Click on the button that says ‘Vote Now’ and vote for the person who you think would be the best multimedia reporter for Opportunity in Tanzania.
Cast your vote between 12:01 a.m. CDT on May 14 and 11:59 p.m. CDT on May 25, 2011. First, second and third place winners will be announced on or about May 27, 2011. See official rules.
- Michael Camp – “Women Take Credit Where Credit is Due”
- Joel Carlman – “The Power of ‘Typical’”
- Jessica Cushman – “Let the Voices Ring Loud”
- Kelly Flanagan – “Working Women”
- Laura Gamse – “Real as a wish in a well”
- Carina Ho – “This Tanzanian Life”
- Clara Lipson – “Realizing Dreams: Women and Microfinance in Tanzania”
- Laurie Moy – “Through a Child’s Eyes”
- Petra - “In your shoes”
- Francisco Roliz - “Opportunity Changes Destiny”
Thank you for helping us find the best correspondent to share the story of our Tanzanian women clients. Cast your vote for one of our top 10 at opportunity.org/contest»