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Women on a MISSION

Meet Julie Azuma of Different Learning

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.  I sell educational materials for children diagnosed with autism at www.difflearn.com. We believe in an intervention known as Applied Behavior Analysis and in Verbal Behavior.  These are one to one teaching for children diagnosed with autism.  ABA has significantly changed the landscape […]

Meet Michelle Bailly
Women on a MISSION

Meet Michelle Bailly

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I was born in Canada and came to live in Ireland 20 years ago.  I’ve always felt an affinity to Ireland even as a small girl and had a strong feeling I would visit it one day…little did I know it would […]

Women on a MISSION

Meet Valorie Luther of Creative Concepts

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself including your time as Director of the non-profit organization, F.E.M.A.L.E and founder of Women@work. I began my public relations and marketing career in New York City in the restaurant/hotel business. Later, I became a national sales leader in a well-known consumer company […]

Women on a MISSION

Meet Sue Stockdale of Mission Possible

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself. My name is Sue Stockdale; (www.suestockdale.com)  a polar adventurer, author and founder of Mission Possible (www.missionpossible.co.uk).  2. What is Mission Possible and what was the inspiration for starting it? Mission Possible is a company that inspires women to start up and grow […]

Meet Shirah Penn
Women on a MISSION

Meet Shirah Penn

  I’ve always known that my purpose in life is to teach. I taught children in First and Second Grades for 42 years in Miami-Dade County. I started in 1960 at Coral Park Elementary. I switched to Village Green Elementary and then spent 21 years at Greenglade Elementary. The last […]

Surveys & Polls / Women and Money

Poll Shows 20% of Women have MORE Money to give to Charities in 2008!

In a recent poll conducted by WE Magazine for Women, 20% of Respondents have more money to give to Charities in 2008! “When women are fully involved, the benefits can be seen immediately; families are healthier; they are better fed; their income, savings and reinvestment go up. And what is […]

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