Results are Tagged with "Women and Girls Empowerment"
As Manager of Sports and Outside Broadcasts at the Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Nneka Ikem wants to use her platform to educate young girls in her community and inspire them to become sports journalists.
As Vice Chairperson for the Athletes Commission, Geraldine Bernardo assists athletes in the Philippines in managing their lives after retirement through guidance and education.
Marina Levchenko currently works at the Russian Olympic Committee, where she is a senior expert for International Cooperation.
Hermine E'Gairma is a FIBA-certified international basketball referee, a physical education teacher at a private, international school, and the President of the Women and Sports Commission for the Rwandan Olympic Committee.
Aziza Kayumova is the President of the Standard Dance Sport Federation in Tajikistan, an independent public organization, which promotes, encourages, publicizes, and facilitates the art of sport dancing in all its forms nationally.
Tilabilenji Mvunga is the Site Coordinator for Sport in Action, an NGO that uses sport to teach life skills and educate individuals living with HIV.
Grace Chirumanzu is one of only four female sports reporters and journalists in Zimbabwe.
After returning from her first IVLP experience, Campbell initiated and conducted a peer leadership after school program with a focus on helping teens resist negative peer pressure.
Consolata was selected as the U.S. Department of State’s Alumni Member of the Month in recognition of her role in empowering women entrepreneurs to become part of the business network in her country and the East Africa region.