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In September, 41 women entrepreneurs from around the world arrived in Washington, D.C. to begin their International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), “Women Entrepreneurs: Alumni as Economic Multipliers.”
Karen Yu has always been a strong promoter of entrepreneurship, start-ups, and creating opportunities for small businesses.
We were like astronauts travelling through space and time with one single goal: science and technology education in the United States
Community leader and social entrepreneur are just a few words that define Firdavs Nurov.
Roydon is a model alumnus. Having taken part of U.S. Department of State-funded exchange programs, he returned to New Zealand and set about sharing his experience with others by drawing links and parallels between the U.S. and New Zealand.
A champion of cancer research and better patient care, Runcie Chidebe has demonstrated to his native Nigeria the importance of volunteerism and collective action for causes that benefit society.
A year after her IVLP, Daniela has connected her two passions—empowering women and advocating for their security and respect for their human rights—by founding and registering the NGO “Soy Mujer” (I am a Woman).
Since returning home to Venezuela after his IVLP exchange, Juan Angel has worked tirelessly to promote disability awareness as well as design and implement workshops aimed at training human rights promoters.
The two-day conference focused on the principal issues facing our ocean, namely marine protected areas, sustainable fisheries, marine pollution, and climate-related impacts on the ocean.
Years of advocacy for integration and women's rights establishes Sumaya Abdel Qader as a dynamic and diverse leader.