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Motivating Young Women to Excel in the Field of Science: Dr.Luiza Nogaj

Inspired by her elementary teacher who was a mathematician and passionate about science, Dr. Luiza Nogaj, a young girl growing up in Poland, knew that she wanted to study Biology and Chemistry. Although science is not a subject readily associated with women, Dr. Nogaj was an exception. In 2005, she earned her PhD in Molecular

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Julie Bade, Young Eco-Enthusiast Advocates for Improved Environment

April, 20 year old Julie Bade embarked on a journey halfway around the world in an effort to explore some of the most diverse and captivating cultures located in Southern Asia.Bade said she has always been fascinated with Asia however India’s diverse history and unique culture intrigued her most....

Theo Marescaux, Will Moffat, and Pieter Palmers are three dads that love technology but felt that true imagination has taken a back seat and created Jooki.

Jooki: The Jukebox Designed for Children by team of fathers

In a recent advances in the study of the brain have revealed that listening to music may influence other activities for kids. The cerebral cortex self organises as we engage with different musical activities, skills in these areas may then transfer to other activities if the processes involved are similar. Some skills transfer automatically without

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Suzanne Munson, Manager, Global Partnerships and Alliances Heifer International

Heifer International: an Inclusive Solution to Hunger and Poverty

  Since 1944, nonprofit Heifer International has equipped and empowered families and communities around the world to build self-reliance that lifts people out of hunger and poverty. In her eight-year tenure, Manager of Global Partnerships & Alliances Suzanne Munson has witnessed these inclusive, sustainable methods transform numerous lives. “Our holistic approach to ending hunger and

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Winners of The Disability Film Challenge, Jenna Kanell and Katy Tulka

“People say that the bumblebee should not be able to fly. According to the laws of aerodynamics, his wings are too short, his body is too big. But nobody ever told him about aerodynamics, so he doesn’t know what he is and isn’t capable of. Despite what everyone says, the bumblebee flies.”...

Dr.Joynicole Martinez,  the new Director of Research & Development

World Woman Foundation names Dr.Joynicole Martinez, the new Director of Research &…

LOS ANGELES: Monday, June, 24, 2019 – Dr. Martinez a long-time development executive in fund development, leadership and board training, strategic planning, and performance management is joining World Woman Foundation as the Director of Research & Development as the company officials announced today. As a community advancement and public health expert, Dr. Joynicole has developed

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Silver Stories by Irene Van Nispen Kress

World Woman Foundation supports the photo album ‘SILVER’ about “Redefining Aging”.

Stories that shine a light on the wisdom and wildness of old women. By Irene Van Nispen Kress an extraordinary artist and photographer based in Amsterdam taken on a audacious project to  Redefine Aging. With SILVER Stories, Irene  spotlights and honors women over sixty, an age when they are often forgotten, or ignored. Ironically, old age comes as a

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Meet Jeannette Ceja: Official Travel Host for The World Woman Summit 2018

Meet Jeannette Ceja: Official Travel Host for The World Woman Summit 2018

As a woman and a travel journalist, I am truly honored to be the Official Travel Host for The World Woman Summit. It is a dream come true to be a part of an organization like The World Woman Summit which represents everything that I am deeply passionate about in life. My personal and professional

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Dr Meredith Zozus, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics, College of Medicine, UAMS

UAMS on a Mission: Healthy, Happy Arkansas

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has led the state in research, education and health care for nearly 140 years. With a new chancellor, the state’s largest public employer has its eyes on the prize: a healthier, happier Arkansas. Meredith Zozus, Ph.D. joined UAMS’s College of Medicine—Department of Biomedical Informatics as associate professor

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Ben Noble serves as Vice President of Marketing, Sales and Strategy for Riceland Foods

Riceland and the Sustainable Future of Food

Equality for women is progress for all. This belief drives the World Woman Foundation, and it’s shared by Riceland Foods—the 97-year-old Arkansas-based, farmer-owned cooperative and sponsor for the October 11-12 World Woman Summit in Little Rock, Ark. The largest miller and marketer of rice in the United States and a major player in the world’s

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