Gloria Khamkar

Gloria Khamkar

Independent Producer

Gloria Khamkar is a doctoral Researcher, radio producer and journalist.

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Sometimes the hardest thing is to find motivation to do anything at all. Just stand up and walk out the door… it may kill you, or it may change your life.

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Sometimes the hardest thing is to find motivation to do anything at all. Just stand up and walk out the door… it may kill you, or it may change your life.

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