Females Forging Change Unite for International Women’s Day

Organization Well Aware to Host Virtual Event About Women Leaders in Social Impact

To honor International Women’s Day, four female founders of Social Impact Companies have agreed to a live panel interview to answer questions about breaking down barriers and the importance of female leadership in this sector.

In 2019 more than $130 billion was invested through venture capital funding. Only 3% of those dollars went to female founders. Meaning male founders took the lion’s share at over 97% according to Fortune.

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While women are still underrepresented in most global industries, social impact companies are seeing a rise in female leadership and an increase in innovation as a result, but the paths have not been easy to forge.

Well Aware, an award-winning International Development Organization, will host a vibrant, live discussion, free for all registrants, about their own personal journeys and pain point “real talk”.

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On International Women’s Day, March 8th, at 4:30pm CST, these women will share their stories to inspire and encourage:

Komal Dadlani (Panelist) – CEO/Co-Founder at Lab4U
Suhailah Waheed (Panelist) – Founder of Giving Geeks
Sarah Evans (Panelist) – Founder of Well Aware, Founder/CEO of Well Beyond
Nioma Sadler (Panelist) – Founder & CEO of WomenServe/ Co-Owner of Traditional Medicinals
Kareece Sacco (Moderator) – Executive Director of Well Aware

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