On International Women’s Day 2021 we launched our year long #WINwomen project. The aim of this project was to celebrate inspirational women alive today who we think have created exceptional change within their community or in society as a whole. The project ran for a whole year until International Women’s Day 2022.  We are launching the first 10 names on the list with many more women added throughout the year with submissions from our members and friends! We are so excited to have build up a resource list of incredible women.   #WINwomen List First 10 #WINwomen: Naomi Dickson, Chief Executive, Jewish Women’s Aid Amika George, Founder, Free Periods Nzambi Matee, Founder, Gjenge Makers Dr Ola Abu Al Ghaib, Manager, UN Partnership on Persons with Disabilities Leymah Gbowee, Founder, Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa Cecilia Chung, Director of Evaluation and Strategic Initiatives at the Transgender Law Center Sinéad Burke, Founder, Tilting the Lens Olivia Hancock, Campaigner Wendy Olayiwola, Chief Nursing Officer, Black and Minority Ethnic Strategic Advisory Group, NHS Nadia MuradPresident, Nadia’s Initiative The next five #WINwomen names where announced on UN Earth Day, on the 22nd of April 2021. This cohort of five remarkable women focused on those working to protect our planet and it’s resources. Nguy Thi Khanh, Founder, Green Innovation and Development Center Nemonte Nenquimo, Co-founder, Ceibo Alliance Dr. Sylvia Earle, Explorer in Residence, National Geographic  Isatou Ceesay, Founder, One Plastic Bag Archana Soreng, UN Youth Advisor on Climate Change To see the full #WINwomen list click HERE
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