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Isana Nambiar has always been a great fan of female entrepreneurs, following the stories of many.
S’il y a bien quelqu’un qui comprend la profonde transformation sociétale que nous vivons actuellement, c’est Robin Chase (référez-vous à son livre
If anyone understands the profound transformation of society that is now upon us, it is Robin Chase.
#LeadYoung - Temple Grandin: “The thing about changing something is that it’s long, hard, sustained work.”
Temple Grandin, diagnosed with autism as a child, has revolutionized the livestock industry. By putting herself in the place of the cattle, she developed a series of equipment designs and a simple rating system to help the industry adopt new practices that reduce animals’ stress and injuries to both animals and workers.
#LeadYoung - Where the wild things start: How Nicole Rycroft’s early love of nature inspired her environmental career
Jeroo, une entrepreneure sociale connue pour être à l'origine d'immenses coalitions mondiales, a fait ses débuts à Bombay, en travaillant avec les
A social entrepreneur known for building huge, global coalitions, Jeroo first started in Mumbai, working with street children.
Stronger together: Sisters Shreya and Sahana encourage resilience and independence for girls in Charlotte, North Carolina
Ignited by a family history of changemaking, Shreya and Sahana embark on their own changemaking journey to change the landscape of economic mobility in their hometown for young women and girls.
Saving gorillas by saving people: how Gladys Kalema transformed her teenage passion for animals into a radical social innovation
As a new graduate from veterinary school, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka invented her first job. She wrote to the Ugandan Wildlife Authority, laying out her research explaining just how critical it was to create a role for a veterinarian within the organization.