1. Proud to be doing my life's work - Rania Habiby Anderson


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    Originally from the Middle East, Rania Habiby Anderson has been working for 30+ years to unleash the economic potential of women around the world. Her new book, UNDETERRED: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies, will be released in early 2015. The first book of its kind, written expressly for educated, ambitious women in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, will help equip women for success in their careers and businesses.

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    • About UNDETERRED the book, written for ambitious women in emerging economies


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      Rania Habiby Anderson's new book, UNDETERRED: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies, launches in January 2015. Meet Regina Agyare of Ghana, one of the women the book was written for and about.

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      • Devoxx4Kids Dads & Daughters Interview December 20, 2014


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        Scratch Youth Presenter and Coder Girl Sadaf on-camera interviews with their supportive dads. Hear about nonprofit Devoxx4Kids and their latest event in Silicon Valley. Think it's just for daughters? Moms and boys welcome too!

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        • Black Girls Code SmartyFellas and SmartyGirls Interview: Bacon, Curtz, Williams, and Evearitt


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          It is any surprise that Disney's Big Hero 6 took place in a fictional setting called Sanfrantokyo? Bay Area Black Girls Code event, in the SF Bay Area,attracted SmartFellas and SmartyGirls to team up to teach and inspire more girls to choose a career in technology. Coding? Yes. Robotics? You bet. Listen to Joe Bacon, Matt Evearitt, Joyce Curtz and Jennifer Williams' take on the program and the vision.

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          • Women On Top


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            The Jewish community is still lagging behind the general population when it comes to gender equality in the workplace. Three female CEOs from different backgrounds share personal insights and make suggestions for change. Read more: http://blogs.forward.com/sisterhood-blog/210881/-women-on-top-and-how-they-got-there/

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            • Are Developed Countries Falling Behind?


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              Rwanda ranks seventh on a prominent study of the gender gap in various countries. The U.S. didn’t crack the top 10. Find out why.

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              • How YOU can help unleash the careers of 100,000 women globally!


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                Next year, millions of women will graduate college in developing and emerging economies, but they won't have all the necessary tools to succeed. That is where Undeterred: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies comes in. Donate a book to a deserving young graduate and help us accelerate the careers and businesses of 100,000 women: http://igg.me/at/100000women MORE WOMEN TO THE WORKFORCE! #undeterred #100000women

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                • Aktionstag zum Equal Pay Day 2013


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                  Das Doku-Video: Das AAI Graz stellt in der Schwerpunktreihe GLEICH.STAND.PUNKT brandaktuelle Fragen zu Themen der Geschlechtergerechtigkeit. Mithilfe zahlreicher Aktionen und eines interaktiven Dokumentationsblogs wird bis zum Equal Pay Day im April 2013 ein starkes Zeichen für Chancengleichheit gesetzt werden. Mehr Infos: www.equalperspectives.com Dramaturgie und Musik zum Aktionstag: Theater im Bahnhof.

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                  • Girls Education and Empowerment


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                    Empowering young women and promoting girls education through friendship and work, this was the assignment that RPCV Alison Wallace (2010 - 2012) passionately realized at her village of Bereba. The close relationships Alison developed with her communities and schools influenced the behaviors and attitudes of many young girls. This video report seeks to provide a sneak peek into Alison’s village and work.

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                    • Women Leaders: Why diversity, inclusion, and development are material to your business


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                      The Center for Corporate Citizenship explores the ways in which companies engage and develop the women leaders in their companies. For the first time in American history, women make up a greater percentage of the workforce in professional jobs than men, and earn well over half of all University degrees. However, only 3% of the Fortune 500 CEOs are women. Recent research and writing on the topic of women in the workplace seem to suggest that women still face immense challenges in the work place, and may opt to leave firms rather than languish in stalled careers or face ever-increasing social pressure to be everything to everyone. So how can you keep qualified, talented women at your firm, develop them as leaders, and reap the benefits all around? Watch this one hour webinar and learn how companies are taking steps to address these important questions and reap the social and business value of women leadership.

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