Ruth T. Frazier
After successfully running a nonprofit that worked internationally and with American Indians, I was a consultant in fundraising and organizational development. I worked in Afghanistan, Lebanon, Kenya and with American Indian organizations here in the US. When my daughter was diagnosed with terminal cervical cancer in 2011, I helped her organize a major expedition: Starry Ganga. She paddleboarded 1000 kilometers down the Ganga River in India to raise awareness of and funding for the prevention of cervical cancer. A filmmaker has turned this event into a global awareness program called Lady Ganga.