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“Best Of” TWE Podcasts: Nov. 7, 8 2015

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Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

 

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

 

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On TWE Radio: November 7, 8 2015

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Tune into this special “Best Of” Show on TWE Radio this weekend as host Stacey Gualandi interviews two world change makers:

Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

 

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TWE Podcasts: Sept. 20,21 2014

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Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

 

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Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

 

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On TWE Radio: September 20,21 2014

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Tune into this special September Encore Show on TWE Radio this weekend as host Stacey Gualandi interviews two world changemakers:

Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

 

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TWE Encore Podcasts: May 3,4 2014

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Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

 

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Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

 

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TWE Radio Encore: May 3,4 2014

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Tune into our Encore Spring Series Show on TWE Radio this weekend as host Stacey Gualandi interviews two world changemakers:

Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

 

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INTERVIEW: Jenny Bowen’s Half the Sky Saves Chinese Orphans

Jenny Bowen, author--Photo: R. Bowen

Social activist Jenny Bowen: Photo: Richard Bowen

By Stacey Gualandi/April 25, 2014

All it took for Jenny Bowen to step up was a New York Times’ photo of a little girl, malnourished and in a Chinese orphanage. That’s when she decided to save lives thousands of miles away.

“It doesn’t matter if it’s Chinese orphans or what it is; if you see something wrong in the world that needs fixing, you can do something.”  Jenny Bowen 

This former screenwriter is the founder of  Half the Sky Foundation, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of Chinese orphans and how they are cared for. To find out how she single-handedly changed a government’s thinking on child welfare, you can read her new book, Wish You  Happy Forever What Chinese Orphans Taught Me About Moving Mountains.

I’m honored to have had the opportunity to talk to Jenny who joined us on TWE Radio from Washington D.C…

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TWE Podcasts: April 5,6 2014

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Jenny Bowen, the author of Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me about Moving Mountains, founded her non-profit Half the Sky after adopting her orphaned Chinese daughter. She realized that many children in China who lost their families were fed and sheltered, but not loved. They could not thrive. Half the Sky trains caregivers in China to enrich the lives of orphaned children. 100,000 children’s lives have been transformed.

Jenny Bowen

Jenny Bowen

 

Click Me!

Yasmina Zaidman, is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the non-profit Acumen, which invests in businesses and empowers entrepreneurs to reverse what they perceive as the #1 global problem: poverty. So far, it has impacted 100 million lives.

Yasmina Zaidman

Yasmina Zaidman

 

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