“Painting came late for me. I was intimidated by it.”
Reconnecting with the glory days.
Mahmoud Ghannoum, the son of a Lebanese plumber, is perhaps the world’s leading authority on the microscopic fungi in humans. He’s also an author and businessman who keeps reinventing himself while saving lives in the process.
“I want to be known as someone who brought jobs to the community and built a family legacy.”
Carlos Gomez’s reputation as a skilled cobbler has brought him a long way from his hometown of Gualaceo, Ecuador.