- Conservation: We support women who are emerging as local leaders in conservation in over 4 countries through more than $200,000 in grants every year.
- Education: We have sent more than 350 girls to school through scholarships over the last decade.
- Empowerment: We have partnered with dozens of locally-run projects to provide women in poverty with skills to produce income for themselves and their families.
As President of the Pittsburgh Zoological Society and a Board member of the World Wildlife Fund she became passionate about educating girls, empowering women and the conservation of endangered species.
WorldWomenWork was born over 17 years ago at 10,000 feet on Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain, on an official WWF trek.
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Kiowa Beaded Cuffs
Jackal and Hide Leather Wallets with African Beads
Jackal and Hide Leather Bag with African Beads
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Kenyan Brass Choker
Long Pendant Necklace
Wooden Elephant Pendant Necklace
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