Join us for an interactive discussion on growing non-profits related to education, peace-building, and sexual harassment in developing countries with 2018 World Fellows Sylvia Aguilera, ElsaMarie D’Silva, and Joy Olivier. Aguilera works with the national Movement of Relatives of Disappeared Persons in Mexico and is a former Director of the Mexican Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Human Rights. Olivier founded South African non-profit IkamvaYouth in 2003, which enables youth to pull themselves and each other out of poverty through education, one of the largest national non-profits in the country. D’Silva is an Indian gender activist and Founder of the Red Dot Foundation (Safecity), a platform that crowdsources personal stories of sexual harassment and abuse in public spaces.
Yale Women Innovators is a weekly event series that brings women entrepreneurs and innovators from around the country to share their stories and provide actionable skills training in storytelling and skill-building sessions.