Good to be back in the Turks. Slowing down is good for the soul.
Up in the air. Where next?
Gonna miss my ski squad! So much fun yesterday in 19 inches of fresh powder. Till next time, pretty Telluride....
Date night, with a dozen friends, on top of the slopes. #fauxfur #alpinovino @citizensofhumanity
When not shredding IN the snow they are kicking back ON the snow.
Me and my girl on the mountain on a beautiful spring day in Colorado today. #qualitytime Happy Mama in her @everymomcounts colors!
Hi American Beauty! #Colorado
A little brightness on a snowday in NYC for you. "Chic & Happy at 48!" My age, not my shoe size! New cover for @vogueparis 📷 @inezandvinoodh with whom every shoot is as fun! 💕
Who rules the world? Empowered, Independent, Educated Girls & Women like these beautiful and spirited Maasai secondary school students in Tanzania at #MWEDO. Happy International Women's Day! #IWD2017 @everymomcounts #girlscount @onecampaign #whatispossible
So much love for these incredible BIG hearted and generous people! Thank you ALL for your efforts and sacrifices made to come to Tanzania with @everymomcounts We raised nearly 150k together which will be invested in programs that improve access to essential maternal care in Tanzania, Uganda, Haiti, India, Bangladesh, Guatemala, Nepal and the United States. Together we can make pregnancy and childbirth safer for every mother, everywhere! #everymileeverymother #polepole @runteamemc
Found some shade on the loveliest rooftop cafe at the Emerson Hotel in Stonetown this afternoon. What a spectacular view!
On the way to the Spice Market in Stonetown, Zanzibar. #beautyiseverywhere
Last stop, Zanzibar. View from my morning commute.
Last day in Arusha at the Makuyuni Clinic where we provided some training to the staff there to assist @everymomcounts grantee partners @wecaresolar along with Tanzanian friends from #Pathfinder. This solar suitcase is going to make these and many other women's lives much easier and safer. They were eager to try out their new fetal doppler on patients so we took a little break so they could do a prenatal checkup before we installed the suitcase onto the clinic wall. Truly a team effort. Thanks @michellejassem & @mollfar for the instructional support!
#tbt Thank YOU so much to these smart and beautiful Massai secondary school students at #MWEDO who welcomed @everymomcounts and friends in Arusha a few days ago. Many of these girls left their families, but not all their traditions, to be able to attend school here where students learn everything from chemistry to reproductive health. #whatispossible #Tanzania17
Great visit with @everymomcounts grantee partners at @fameafrica, the Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME) in Karatu, Tanzania yesterday with @runteamemc. In 2014 FAME delivered its first baby, and is now delivering approximately 75 babies a month and performing c-sections when necessary, as they receive many emergency cases from far away villages. Thank you to founders Susan Gustafson and Dr. Frank Artress for your vision and dedication to the people of Tanzania. It is our honor to support you and the mothers of Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro, here we come! Meet @runteamemc who are going to run their hearts out tomorrow to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for every mother, everywhere on behalf of @everymomcounts #everymileeverymother #Tanzania17
Reunited with my Tanzanian family yesterday. This is Janet, David, Kennedy, Dennis and Aidan Lomboi at the USA River Academy where the boys are all in school. Proud of how smart and polite they have grown over the years but not at all surprized. I met Janet on day 1 of our Tanzania shoot for #NoWomanNoCry back in 2009. She was pregnant with Aidan and had walked many miles to the health dispensary for care. She eventually delivered her third son at Mt Meru hospital and has since given birth to two more boys. Stevie and Obama are still at home while the three eldest attend school here in USA River. Janet's biggest dream when we met was that her children have access to education. @everymomcounts #Tanzania17 #everymileeverymother
#tbt Being back in Tanzania I am filled with memories coming here going all the way back to 1990. This photo was taken the time I returned to climb Mt Kilimanjaro back in 1999. This was on our way up to base camp in Moshi. I have been fascinated with this mountain since I first saw it from the airplane window on my first visit. This Sunday I will be back again to run the Kilimanjaro Half Marathon for @everymomcounts Stay tuned... 📷 #kurtmarcus