Originally from Chicago (USA), Lindsay Henley has lived in Cape Town since April 2003. With a background in social work (BA Sociology and Anthropology) she currently serves as the Director of Beth Uriel (www.bethuriel.co.za) a youth development programme that aims to equip young men for independent living. She admittedly leans left when it comes to her approach-- focusing more on the individual than what the world expects from them. That said, she can not deny that "because I said so" is still a phrase that runs constantly through her mind.
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