Feb 19, 2014
This (16 min) Interview with Shahla Ettefagh,
a woman who is an inspiration for us all, demonstrating what one
person can do for many when life purpose becomes clear.
Shahla Ettefagh has committed her life to assisting underprivileged children in India. She holds a Master's degree in Architecture, Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Child Psychology. In 1984, Shahla started a successful commercial interior art design firm, as well as an adult community art school in San Francisco, California.
Some years later, while visiting India as a tourist, Shahla was so deeply moved by children living in abject poverty, that she vowed to return permanently to help them. So, in 2002, Shahla closed her businesses in San Francisco, sold her home and most of her belongings to fund what has now become Mother Miracle, and moved permanently to India.
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