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Have You Ever Wanted To Change The World But Didn’t Know How?
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making a difference, and sharing how you can do it, too!
with Hosts Catherine Anaya and Stacey Gualandi
Coming up on TWE! Carey Conley on creating your vision to find your purpose in uncertain times like those that we are dealing with right now with COVID-19, with Host Catherine Anaya.
Since the early 1970’s, award-winning journalist and author Gail Collins has had a finger on the pulse of American politics, local and national. Wit and insight have been her hallmarks from her beginnings at the Hartford Advocate to becoming the first woman editorial page editor for The New York Times.…
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Quotes from TWE’s 20 Women Changemakers
Believe in your dream, be fearless about going to a place where you don’t know what’s going to happen and realize that perfectly ordinary people can play a part in making the world a better place.
– Jenny Bowen, Founder, “Half the Sky” and OneSky.org; Author, “Wish You Happy Forever”
There is nothing more inspiring to me than to
hear the stories of women from around the world, leading from
a place of confidence and purpose to create change.
– Pernille Spiers-Lopez, Former President of IKEA North America and Founder, GoodLifeDesigned.com
I was on five continents and everywhere I saw the same thing–
energetic, effective grandmothers doing important work.
–Paola Gianturco, Author/Photographer of “Wonder Girls” and “Grandmother Power”
Being a nurse, a wife, and parent with young kids, and with no background in philanthropy, it would have scared me to death. I wouldn’t have started had I not had some grand, huge vision.
–Marsha Wallace, Co-founder, Dining for Women
From portable cardboard homes, walks through downtrodden neighborhoods and retrofitted busses, Tina Hovsepian, Dr. Roseanna Means and Doniece Sandoval find their solutions for helping the less fortunate.
–Introduction, “20 Women Changemakers”