Mary Lightfine

Mary Lightfine

Mary Lightfine is a nurse, pilot, author, public speaker and artist. She is also a seasoned veteran of the Nobel Prize winning organization, Doctors Without Borders and founder and President of Volunteers Without Boundaries. Mary Lightfine has appeared in LIFE Magazine, The History Channel and on countless news headlines, as well as National and International television. Through her inspirational compelling story, you will see the humor in humanity and feel the tragedy of war. You will be educated, entertained and discover how you can make a difference in your life and in the world around you. Mary has lived and worked in more than a dozen countries, including some of the most violent spots on earth. She was ambushed and shot at in Somalia, delivered babies in the jungles of Sri Lanka, traveled by jeep, foot and donkey in perilous Afghani Mountains. Mary brought food to remote villages by helicopter in Nicaragua, and Louisiana after the hurricanes and to starving refugees in South Sudan following the destruction of their villages by government alliances. She is the author of Nurses, Nomads, and Warlords. www.MaryLightfine.com