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Huffington Post Live: Moms In Motion

If the Mom+Social Summit wasn’t enough excitement for one day, after my presentation and media interview, I was whisked several blocks away to the Huffington Post Live/AOL Studios for a LIVE panel interview with Elizabeth Gore, Resident Entrepreneur for the United Nations Foundation, Maura O’Neill, Chief Innovation Officer for US AID, Saba Ismail from Aware Girls,

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VIDEO: Girls Rising – Educate Girls Around the Globe!

Along with hundreds of other organizations, we are helping to spread the word about educating girls through today’s first EVER International Day of the Girl. In conjunction with providing awareness here in the US, we also want to share the stories of girls in other countries. GirlsRising is the feature-length film at the center of 10×10’s Global Action

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Educate A Girl, Educate A Nation!

When I look at my two girls, I not only see who they are today, I see their future. Who they will become as adults, mothers, wives, intelligent business women, god-loving, productive citizens and educated women. I see the world amassed before them without limits! I consistently pour into them that nothing they imagine is

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Profile of a Living Legend – Tuskegee Airman & Red Tails DVD Give-Away

It is rare that one encounters a living American Hero whose wealth of knowledge and history surpasses generations, racial barriers and continues as a force of positive guidance to young people.  I had the amazing opportunity to interview Dr. Roscoe Brown, a LEGEND. After graduating from Springfield College in 1943, Dr. Brown joined the Air Force, where he served

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“Keep Your Eyes on the Target”

While waiting for my car to be serviced, I had an interesting conversation with a man in his mid-50’s about mentoring.  He never knew his father, but channeled all of his energy into helping young African-American boys excel academically, instead of in sports. Assisting them with getting accepted into, and graduating from college, as well as

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