by Alberto Surís, Rumbo News
My Little Peru opened its doors for the first time some time ago at 191 Essex Street, now it has moved to 264 on the same street, entering through the same door that gives access to the offices of the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce.
In this new place, in addition to the space dedicated to the sale of Peruvian handmade crafts, she already has a space dedicated to train women in manual arts with which, can earn their livelihood from their homes. “But first, I give them personal development classes.”
Personal development includes activities that improve awareness and identity, promote the development of personal skills and potential, contribute to build human capital and facilitate employability, improve the quality of life, and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations.
This explanation describes the personality of Sonia Terbullino who made herself known when, on June 20, 2015, at a meeting in the gymnasium of Saint Mary of the Assumption Church, organized by Merrimack Valley Project. They were seeking legislative support for undocumented immigrants living in Massachusetts.