Who am I? My name is Adele Galey, and I co-founded Tickets for Change, the first Tour de France of social innovators, and I run Athena, an entrepreneurship and personal growth program for women in Chile. What exactly do these ventures do? Tickets for Change takes 50+ talented 18-30 year olds on a two-week tour(…)
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Who am I? My name is Sarah Arnd Linder. I am Jewish (my father is Israeli and my mother is Danish), and I’ve been living in Israel for the past nine years. I never thought I’d move here, but I came here for school and almost immediately became interested in the gender aspect of the conflict(…)
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The world we’re growing up in today is more connected than ever. What better way to use this environment than to unite to empower girls and women around the world, making sure that each and every one of them can exercise the same basic human rights that many of us take for granted? Of the(…)
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Who I Am: My name is Jasmine Kaila, which means Flower Princess in Hawaiian. This is the name through which my life strives and blossoms. As a Georgia Tech graduate, industrial designer and a passioneer by trait, I seek to use my creativity to make the world smile. What I Do: I empower and inspire(…)
There are plenty of examples of multinational companies that fall short of helping to make a difference in the communities in which they do business and in the world-at-large. But Intel, which produced the world’s first microprocessor, is not one of those companies.