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Sonu Ratra, Co-Founder of Akraya Inc, serves on National Board of Directors at the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women's (IEEW).
Smiley serves on the IEEW board of directors and traveled to Rwanda in March to attend a graduation ceremony for PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS[R] students and help select the 2014 class of students who would travel to the United States this summer.
“I am pleased to participate in Mentorship Week as part of IEEW's PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS program,” said Gov.
This event is one of several occurring during IEEW's PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS[R] Mentorship Week.
“The Institute for the Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) is excited to host our seventh annual PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS[R] program with the support of corporate sponsors who share the goal of empowering women leadership and entrepreneurship around the world,” said Dr.
Terry Neese, CEO of IEEW. “Millben's involvement with women all over the world is a true inspiration to all and speaks volumes about the mission of the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women.”
IEEW Founder/CEO Dr.Terry Neese will be joined by Francine McMahon, publisher and executive vice president of The Hill (http://thehill.com) to brief audience members about the empowerment of women economically, socially and politically in order to bring democracy and peace through business models to war torn countries.
Based in Oklahoma City, Okla., Neese established IEEW with the purpose of helping women across the United States as they acquire the entrepreneurial skills necessary to start and grow a business.
Terry Neese, CEO of IEEW. “The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women is honored to help empower these women economically, politically and socially to equip them to become the change agents needed to bring about peace in their home countries.”
IEEW works to help women in other countries fight oppression and be successful, which aligns with the celebration of International Women's History Month.
Oklahoma City, OK, February 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) (http://ieew.org), a nonprofit organization that encourages the empowerment of women through education and mentorship, has announced that the PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS[R] Program has begun in Kabul, Afghanistan and Kigali, Rwanda.
Oklahoma City, OK, February 23, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) (http://ieew.org), a nonprofit organization that encourages the empowerment of women through education and mentorship, has announced that founder and CEO Dr.
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