All too often, a girl who has the aspirations and abilities to change the world is denied that opportunity by the circumstances of her birth or the customs of her community and country. Today, more than 98 million girls worldwide are not in school.
November 13-17 in Charlottesville, VA, visionary leaders from 27 countries along with students and scholars convened for a week to discuss innovative solutions to help promote Gender Equality in Education. Look back on a vibrant week of plenary and panel discussions, roundtable workshops, and pitch competition.
THE GLOBAL FOUNDERS PODCAST
In this episode of the Global Founders Podcast, Elinor Steele, Vice President of Global Communications and Womens' Initiatives, tells the story of Tupperware, giving context to the alignment of the Precinct's and Tupperware's commitment to empowering women all over the world.
Global Founders is a monthly podcast produced by The Presidential Precinct and hosted by Neal Piper. This podcast is recored at the Potter Studio at Montpelier, the home to President James Madison, the Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bill of Rights.
We are deeply grateful for our Global Leadership Forum partner, Tupperware Brands Corporation, and key sponsors, The Jefferson Trust and Robert and Molly Hardie. Your partnership propels our mission to engage and inspire visionary leaders who are creating thriving, just, and free societies around the world.
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