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Harriet Khataba’s Tales on Business, Passion and Humanity

About Harriet Khataba The Career Journey Girl Power Talk interviews Harriet Khataba, the Founder of Her Story Matters, on her journey as a woman entrepreneur and a voice of women in leadership. “People don’t know what to do with a woman who is powerful or a woman in her power.” My business journey and interest started unknowingly observing my mother who worked in a bank and had several businesses. I saw her travel to India to buy fabrics and clothes which she …

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Rajan Nazran: Discovering the Humanity Within

About Rajan's Journey Vision Behind Global Indian Series Challenges & Hardships Advice for Youth Sources of Happiness and Inspiration Girl Power Talk interviews Rajan Nazran, the visionary behind the Global Indian Series. 1. Please share your journey as someone whose aim has been to be a voice for other people in the community and spread awareness? Rajan Nazran: My mother is from the Philippine Islands with Indian roots, and my father comes from Punjab, India, many may say I was …

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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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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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Against All Odds: The Rise of Lina Khalifeh & Shefighter

The Early Childhood Training Building SheFighter Overcoming Challenges Advice to the Youth Lina Khalifeh, founder of  SheFighter, The First Self-Defense Studio and Movement for women in the Middle East, shares a really inspiring story about dealing with racism, physical abuse, and the birth of her company. “What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight; build anyway.”— Mother Teresa. I developed a passion for Taekwondo at age five. It has built my character, given me confidence, taught me discipline, and …

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Tivania Moodley: The Fiery Woman Behind “Girl on Fire”

About the title Favorite Quote The Message Experience at the SOAR Institute Stigma Around Mental Health One Thing You’d Do Differently How Did It Feel? Your Biggest Inspiration Shattering Society’s Stereotypical Expectations Girl Power Talk Interviews Tivania Moodley, the author of 'Girl on Fire'. 1. Your book tells the tale of all the hardships you have faced in life. What made you choose the title "Girl on Fire" for it? Tivania Moodley: The Greek mythology of a Phoenix rising from …

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The Story of Frankie Picasso: Diversity of Thought and Resilience of Mind

About Frankie Picasso Her Story How It Started The Message Frankie Picasso, a SocialPreneur, Talk Show Host at The Good Radio Network, and an Advocate for Animal Rights among many other things, shares her journey to becoming the woman she is today. “They want you to be less so that they can feel more.” I have been a serial entrepreneur my whole life. Unlike me, my siblings knew precisely what they wanted to do at an early age. I was …

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Vern Hayden: Celebrating the Power of Women & Celebrating Inclusivity

Experiences Career as a Chairman Role of Men Vern's Inspiration Vern Hayden talks about how important it is to recognize and celebrate the abilities of women and how some of them have had a profound impact on his life. It has always been my belief that women possess a unique skill set, and men can learn a lot from that. Over the past six decades of my career, I have worked with many terrific, dedicated women who are very good at what …

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