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TWE RADIO: Patient Advocate Katie Golden On Living a Fulfilled Life with Chronic Migraine and Pain

The Women's Eye Radio host Stacey Gualandi talks to Katie Golden about Golden Graine and being a professional patient advocate..
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TWE RADIO: Patient Advocate Katie Golden On Living a Fulfilled Life with Chronic Migraine and Pain TWE RADIO: Patient Advocate Katie Golden On Living a Fulfilled Life with Chronic Migraine and Pain

TWE Interview: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha On Her Fight for Justice Beyond the Flint Water Crisis

By Patricia Caso/September 5th, 2018 - What could be more important for communities and children than clean, drinkable water?
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TWE Interview: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha On Her Fight for Justice Beyond the Flint Water Crisis TWE Interview: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha On Her Fight for Justice Beyond the Flint Water Crisis

Women’s Leadership Conference Will Tackle Timely Topics While Changing Lives

By Stacey Gualandi/July 26, 2018 - Stacey reports on the upcoming Women's Leadership Conference in Las Vegas with Phyllis A. James, Chief Diversity & Corporate Responsibility Officer for MGM Resorts..
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TWE RADIO: CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen On the State of Journalism and Inspiring Women

Stacey Gualandi talks with talks with Natalie Allen, the award-winning broadcast journalist for CNN International on the state of journalism and..
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TWE RADIO: CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen On the State of Journalism and Inspiring Women TWE RADIO: CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen On the State of Journalism and Inspiring Women

“The very least you can do in your life is to figure out what you hope for. The most you can do is live inside that hope, running down its hallways, touching the walls on both sides.”
from Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

20 Women Changemakers is Here!

Featuring the stories of 20 Women Changemakers, our new book explores the
struggles and triumphs of these women so that you, too, might want to make an impact
and change the world!  They are making a difference in communities from
America to Africa, the Middle East and beyond.

If you purchase it on Amazon, please leave us a review! We have bookclub questions in the book if you’d like to have your own bookclub gathering.

We thank you for being a part of TWE!

Here are three of our amazing women: Gulalai Ismail in Pakistan, Maggie Doyne in Nepal and Doniece Sandoval, San Francisco.

20 Women Changemakers Book is Here | The Women's Eye Magazine & Radio Show

Three of the courageous women featured in “20 Women Changemakers,”
published by The Women’s Eye, co-edited by veteran broadcast producers and journalists,
Pamela Burke and Patricia Caso. http://changemakersbook.com

(Left to Right) Gulalai Ismail, who is fighting for girls’ rights in Pakistan through her organization, Aware Girls. Maggie Doyne, who used her babysitting money to build a safe home for Nepali orphans. Doniece Sandoval, founder of “Lava Mae” who brings showers and dignity to the homeless in San Francisco.

You can also ask for it at your local bookstores. The sales will help us continue with our work on this website, podcasts, and future radio programs.

It will also spread the word about our remarkable women and what they are accomplishing, which is our number one objective!

TWE Reads

My Far Away One by Sarah Greenough

My Far Away One by Sarah Greenough (Yale Press, 2011) is a compilation of 650 letters, chosen and annotated by leading photography scholar Sarah Greenough.   She is the photography curator of the National Gallery in Washington and was a friend of O’Keeffe’s. This is the first volume and includes the … [Read More...]

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