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    Nawal Tarazi

    Nawal Tarazi joins Circle of Wise Women Female Wave of Change is very excited to welcome Nawal tares in her Cicle of Wise Women. Her wisdom, expertise and international background is of great value to the women in the world. Nawal will especially work on new empowerment programs together with other wise women and men.  Banking Career Nawal Tarazi, Jordanian living in Geneva- Switzerland since 2010, married with three children; Lian 22 studying Medicine, Dalia 19 studying Environment Studies and Hanna 14 years who is looking forward to studying Engineering. Nawal speaks three languages Arabic, English and French, loves travelling and getting exposed to different cultures. Nawal started her career…

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    Situmbeko Wambulawae

    Situmbeku Wambulawae Ambassador Zambia Female Wave of Change is very excited to welcome Situmbeko Wambulawae is our Ambassador in Zambia. We are very grateful to see our team on the African continent growing and love to create some waves in Zambia. Journalist and Storyteller Situmbeko is a young Zambian who has dedicated her life to helping those around her. She is a storyteller and photographer working as the Communications Officer for an international organization that provides free treatment for children born with clubfoot, a congenital disability. A journalist by profession, she is passionate about changing the narrative of Africa and has travelled across the continent looking for stories of hope…

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    Dr Zaneta Brown Ingles

    Welcome Dr Zaneta Brown Ingles as Strategic Program Leader Female Wave of Change is very excited to welcome Dr. Zaneta Brown Ingles as her Strategic Program Leader.  Empowerment and education of women worldwide is a key area for FWoC. After Women Leading in Change, more education programs will be developed in 2019 and after.  Zaneta’s knowledge and experience in the field of education is more then welcome, so we are sure our programs are developed and implemented in a professional way. Zaneta will work closely with the members of our Circle of Wise Women, the Ambassadors, the Inner Circle and the Board. Education Dr. Zaneta Ingles has held various positions…

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    Regina Huber

    Welcome Regina Huber in the Circle of Wise Women Female Wave of Change is very excited to Welcome Regina Huber in her Circle of Wise Women. Her global mindset, extended network and vision in women leadership makes her a valued contribution to our team! Leadership Transformation Regina Huber, Founder and  CEO of Transform Your Performance (www.transformyourperformance.com). Multicultural Transformational Leadership Coach & Consultant for Inclusive Diversity with extensive corporate and entrepreneurial experience on 5 continents and a passion for Diverse Leadership, Co- Creation and Dance. Global Inspirational Speaker and Author of “Speak up, Stand out and Shine” and the white paper “Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Thrive with Maximum Leadership Support.” Diversity…

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    Human Rights Statement

    Official Statement Female Wave of Change on Human Rights Every two months Female Wave of Change globally works on a specific theme. September 2018 was our Human Rights month. At local events organized by the country Ambassadors and their Wavemakers in New York, Johannesburg, Nairobi and Beirut, women came together to discuss different issues related to Human Rights. At these events inspiring speakers and expert panelists were invited to share their knowledge and experience. In global online events, speakers joined from all over the world to discuss Human Rights issues both at a global and local level. At the end of each event the participants were invited to share how…

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    The Power of Everyone

    By Pieter Grimbergen, member of the Female Wave of Change Circle of Wise Women Looking at the TED Talk of Valarie Kaur ‘Three lessons of revolutionary Love in a time of Rage’ I realized watching something special. And as Valarie Kaur speaks of the power of women I also realize that there is a difference between the power of women and the power of men. Not meant as a qualification, but as an observation. But what exactly is that difference. And how can it be defined…can it be defined? As a man, gay, hard working, trying to live to my values as much as I can, trying to give the…

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