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Bringing Equality in Business: Manpriya and Navneet’s Story of Empowerment

Envisioning a Free World Inspiration to Start Caked Challenges of Being Entrepreneurs Hopes for the Future Our vision is to facilitate a world where women and LGBTQ+ people can be themselves. That is why we decided to start our own business, Caked India. We envisioned a business where we could employ women and members of the LGBTQ+ community and then train and empower them to become entrepreneurs and financially independent. “Everybody deserves to feel free.” Our love story encapsulates our complementary life …

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Small Town Girls Upskilling at Girl Power Talk: A Case Study

Opening a Window to a Better World The Changing Face of India Women Uprising Everyone deserves the opportunity to grow, explore their interests, and become the person they want to be. Everyone deserves to have access to education and skill development in order to be independent. Perhaps no organization in India is more dedicated towards providing such opportunities than Girl Power Talk. It is a purpose driven organization that believes in the power of social impact and aims to change …

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Rising From Pain to Providing Support | Priya Gupta’s Journey With Sarvpriye Foundation

My Childhood Awakening The Beginning of Sarvpriye Foundation My Inspiration to Continue Challenges Along the Way My Life Mantra Message to the Youth I was bullied during my primary schooling, lacked friendship bonds with my classmates, and, unfortunately, didn’t get any support from the teachers. It took some time, but I realized that I had to be my own hero and deal with the chaos in my life without depending on anyone. I started self-learning and taking care of my …

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Sanskriti Mishra, the Founder of Unsamaaj: Helping Women Break Free Through Storytelling

About Unsamaaj Mentor and Inspiration Your Journey in a Word Overcoming Challenges Biggest Achievement Traumatic Experiences Advice to the Youth Girl Power Talk interviews Sanskriti Mishra, author, storyteller, and the founder of Unsamaaj. 1. You recently started your own clothing brand called Unsamaaj. Why did you choose this name and what is its aim? Sanskriti Mishra: The name Unsamaaj comes from the concept that women have a lot to follow, the rules set for them by the society (Samaaj in …

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The Powerful Journey of Tarianna Stewart, Ph.D. : Bridging the Gender Gap in STEM

Entering the STEM field Seizing Opportunities Demand for Change Future Goals Tarianna Stewart, Ph.D., shares with Girl Power Talk her career trajectory as someone who is working to bridge the gender gap in STEM. My route to STEM was a bit unusual. As a kid, I emulated my parents, so science was all that I knew. Once I got into college, I decided to pursue a career as a psychiatrist and ended up doing schizophrenia research before realizing it wasn’t …

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7 Timeless Tips for Connecting and Building Relationships at Conferences

1. Focus On Connecting 2. Record Important Details 3. Learn to Listen 4. Define Your Relationship 5. Learn Their Preferences 6. Focus On Qualified Contacts 7.Schedule Your Follow-Up An important part of honing our skills as business professionals are becoming better at meeting new people and building real relationships. The more we invest in practicing engaging with others effectively — the more natural our ability to build relationships, becomes. We then look forward to the process of building relationships and finding genuine …

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Meet Sana Afouaiz: Creating a Better Tomorrow Through Uplifting Women

The Early Journey Founding "Womenpreneur" Mindsets Regarding Women Seeking Inspiration Sana Afouaiz, the Founder and Director of the Womenpreneur Initiative, talks about her journey as an advocate for women across the globe. My feminist journey started in Morocco, where I was born and raised. I grew up in a very conservative environment where social injustices against women are the norm. As a young child, I knew it was wrong and was triggered by all the discrimination happening around me.  I …

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Richa Rajyalakshmi: The Quilts of Change- Reviving the Art of Block Printing

Early Journey and Childhood Love for Siblings and Giving Back The Title of a Princess Advice to the Youth Girl Power Talk interviews Richa Rajyalakshmi, the founder of Chitranjani. 1. Your life has been one academic adventure. How would you describe this journey of studying commerce, then fashion, and, finally, law? Richa Rajyalakshmi: First of all, I would like to mention I never thought I would be going so far with my studies. The journey of studying in various fields …

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Shalini P Sawkar: Making Her Pen the Sword Against Societal Stereotypes

Early Childhood The Writing Journey Exploring Fiction Looking Forward Shalini P Sawkar, the writer of the book 'The Murder of Jay Shekhar', shares how she evolved as a writer. My love for writing comes as naturally to me as breathing! Ever since I turned ten, I wanted to write and not stop. I grew up not just with my family in Bangalore, but the characters of novels like Huckleberry Finn, the Little Princess, the Hardy Boys, and Black Beauty, whom …

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