Inspiring Words for Women's Opportunity

Chandauli Last month 26 women from around the world took a moment to write an inspiring sentence. Each woman has shared something unique – please take the time to read the message on each slide.
Here they are!
[slideshare id=712326&doc=womens-opportunity-1225543994135543-9&w=425]

one-handed THANK YOU to these amazing women for their contributions!
Alison Spencer, IBM Australia
Amy Palko, Less Ordinary, Scotland
Anita Pahor, Women’s Opportunity Director, Australia
Beth Kanter Social Media for NonProfits
Bonnie McEwan Owner, Make Waves: Impact Marketing for Nonprofits USA
Cindy Lenferna de la Motte, Director at Fashion Collaborative, Australia
Danielle Johnston, Business Director, Committee for Melbourne, Australia
Debbe Kennedy, Founder, President, and CEO Global Dialogue Center and Leadership Solutions Companies, USA
Janette Toral
, Australia/Philippines
Joanna Young, Confident Writing, writing coach, Scotland
Kieran Cannistra, Innovation Editor IBM, USA
Linda Griffin Founder ClearWind LLC, USA
Lindy McKeown, eLearning Consultant, Australia
Lynne Wenig,  Scope President (2005 – 2007) Australia
Marigo Raftopoloulos
Michelle Zamora
, AP SOA Marketing Leader, IBM, Australia
Nina Simosko, Global Chief Operating Officer, SAP Education USA
Penni Russon, Author, Australia
Phaedra Boinidiris, CEO, WomenGamers.Com USA
Renee Wolforth, Attorney, Washington, USA
Dr Robyn McMaster Sr VP MITA International Brain Based Cente
Sacha Chua, Canada/Philippines
Shai Coggins,Co-Founder & Community Strategist,
Silvia Guccione, Director, Pomodoro Italian Cooking School, Australia
Suzanne Male, Publisher, Smink Works Books, Australia
Sacha Chua, Philippines and Canada

aplenty If these slides impact you, please consider making a donation of $10 to invest in a group of women in the Philippines.

And share these inspiring slides on your blog or Facebook etc… thank you!

13 thoughts on “Inspiring Words for Women's Opportunity

  1. Robyn McMaster

    Jasmine, your slide show gives us a window into the difference it makes to celebrate and invest in women. My Mother was a very self-sacrificing person who gave oodles of love and encouragement. What you are doing is another display of that kind of care. Thanks. I’m honored that you included my quote in your slide show. To share with more readers, I’ll write a blog on this, too. Thanks so much for your initiative for women entrepreneurs in the Philippines.

  2. amypalko

    Oh, Jasmine, I am so honoured to be involved in this project, and that you found my photos worthy of gracing these incredibly moving contributions. I will also be blogging about this later on in the week (& tweeting too!).
    Congratulations on putting together such an inspirational slideshow!

  3. wonderwebby

    Robyn, Amy and Nina – thank YOU for your very special contributions. Each one of you took a moment to reflect on opportunities for women to invest and wrote something inspiring. Together, you created something extraordinary.

    These women in the Philippines, and others around the world who live in poverty, will benefit from the contributions of people who donate to programs like Opportunity International.

    The group of women who benefit from the funds raised by this project will embark on a two year program where they support one another, invest their talents in building their small businesses (funded by the project) and change the quality of their lives dramatically. Thank you.

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  6. Andy Piper

    I just want to say that this has been a wonderful idea, and it has been interesting to take a look through all of the contributions. What a fantastic community you’ve been building up! Inspiring.

  7. wonderwebby

    thanks Andy :)
    Of course, I look back now and think I could have done it better. But I’m really pleased the 25 other women took part and that Amy contributed her photos. All I did was ask for participation and stitch it together! Now to raise some funds!

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