This week, I'm traveling through Asia with a delegation to visit Clinton Foundation projects in India, Vietnam, Indonesia,
Today in the Jabrouli Village in Lucknow, India, 80 women joined us for a conversation about the progress they’ve seen in their lives, their communities and the challenges they still face.
Over the next ten years, nearly 1 billion women could enter the global economy. The next generation of women in the workforce has enormous potential for women and their families as well as their countries’ economies and our global growth.
When I was in high school, a woman math teacher became a critical role model to me; she saw that I had a special interest in math, inspired me to pursue it, and encouraged me to go even further and try a mechanical engineering class in college. Once at Stanford, I was often only one of a handful of women in my engineering classes that were usually comprised of more than 40 students.Read More about Why We Should Empower Girls to Be Curious
To help us understand the hopes, aspirations, and experiences of many women and girls throughout the world, we hope you will complete our No Ceilings Survey. The survey asks for your thoughts on what has been achieved by and for women and girls, and what obstacles to full participation need to be addressed in your countries and communities.Read More about The No Ceilings Survey: Amplify Your Voice
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