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(T-69) Pantsuits and Dress(ing) for Success

There are so many things I will miss about the Hillary campaign … not least of which is the resurgence of the Pantsuit. Ladies, how did we allow ourselves to bury this glorious contribution in the back of our closest for so long? 340 more words

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Inspirational Woman Interview: Wynter Oshiberu

Wynter Oshiberu is currently an ESL teacher at both Mentora College and the Washington English Center. Wynter is dedicated to promoting and ensuring quality education for women and girls, especially in lower socio-economic settings and post conflict regions. 1,627 more words

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Inspirational Woman Interview: Erin Bagwell

Erin Bagwell is a filmmaker and feminist blogger based in Brooklyn, New York. In 2013, she founded Feminist Wednesday, a feminist storytelling blog. In the summer of 2014 she launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, raising over $100,000 in funding to produce her first feature length film  1,317 more words

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Inspirational Woman Interview: Rita Ching

Rita Ching is the Deputy CEO of The Women’s Foundation, an organization dedicated to the full and equal participation of women in Hong Kong society. 1,775 more words

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Inspirational Woman Interview: Mahnaz Lee

Mahnaz Lee was a former executive at Lee Kum Kee (USA) Inc. in Marketing, Advertising and Corporate Management for over 10 years. As a wife and mother of two, Mahnaz also works closely with several Foundations and NGOs, which has provided her many years of in-depth fundraising and charity experience. 1,336 more words

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Women's Economic Empowerment, and Education

On to the inaugural post! Today I’d like to broach the topic of Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE). In the world of development, this is as close to the Holy Grail as we have come to achieving true poverty alleviation. 943 more words

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SPARK NEWS DIGEST: SPECIAL ECONOMIC SECURITY EDITION

REGISTER, READ UP, & VOTE!  

Millennials are now the largest living generation in U.S. history and have the power to shift policies. There are many issues to consider when casting your ballot this fall. 346 more words

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