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Frankie Picasso

Relationships Mentor, Girl Power Talk Frankie Picasso is an International SocialPreneur, Talk Show Host, and Champion for Change who has been transforming lives and influencing culture for the past 30 years. Professionally, she is a Certified Life, Business and Master Coach Trainer, Author, Artist, Activist and Radio/TV Host, who just happens to specialize in the Impossible!

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Small Town Girls Upskilling at Girl Power Talk

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 …

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Things Teenagers Are Tired of Hearing Once They Turn 18

Things Teenagers Are Tired of Hearing Once They Turn 18

You Are an Adult Now, Pull Your Life Together You Are Just Beginning to Understand How the World Works, Shut Up! The Infamous Line: “When I Was Your Age, I Did Blah, Blah, Blah” Eighteen Is a Scary Number When you turn eighteen, which is the legal age for most countries, you would assume that …

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5 Things Indian Kids Can Relate to About Career (Meme Version)

5 Things Indian Kids Can Relate to About Career (Meme Version)

We Want at Least One Doctor in the Family! Just Get Into IIT. Your Life Will Be Set. Don’t Worry, Beta. If You Search Properly, You Will Find a Real Job Soon. You Can Be Anything You Want to Be! Your Choices Are Unlimited- Doctor, Engineer and IAS Officer You Want to Become a Singer? …

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Changing the Way People Perceive Women STEM Entrepreneurs: Mireille Toulekima

About Mireille Toulekima Challenges and Failures Entrepreneurial Journey Mireille's Message “Don’t leave anything on the table of life.” I was born in West Africa in a country called Gabon. Coming from an impoverished family, education has been my power. My father used to say, “Education is the real wealth.” This makes more sense with each …

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This Accidental Singer Is Uniting People Through Her Music

Being a Singer Overcoming Challenges Future Plans 1. When did you first realize that you wanted to be a singer? Amirah: I actually did not set out to be a singer which is why I am sometimes known as the "accidental singer". It all started when I composed "Katakanlah'' as a call for peace during …

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Advocating Holistic Health and Sustainability: Soumya Ganapathy

Growing Up in Mixed Cultures Interest in Medicine Seeking Inspiration and Being Sustainable When I was young, I felt like I was carrying two worlds within myself—my Indian heritage and the Western culture that I was growing up in. There were many times that I felt like an outsider. I was picked on a lot …

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Fostering Connections and Making an Impact | The Woman Behind Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide: Cheryl Collins

The Journey Overcoming Challenges Empowering Women “To thine own self be true.” Everyone has a unique journey. Mine has been colourful and quite satisfying. I believe it begins and ends with my passion to travel and learn about other cultures. Surprisingly (or not) I got the motivation to travel through reading a book about Africa …

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Weaving Better Futures for Rural Women Through Pinthread: Sameera Jalan

The Foundation of PinThread Empowerment Through Fashion Overcoming Challenges Advice to the Youth “Everything happens for a reason.” Pinthread started as a school project. As part of my curriculum, I had to complete a social work project, but I had no idea what to do. One day, I was talking to a friend not much …

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