Category: Women

Who is Amelia Troubridge?

Many women whom have accomplished great things go unnoticed for what they’ve done. One woman has made it her mission to see these women get the recognition they’re so deserving of receiving. Amelia Troubridge is an Innovative UK photographer who captures these women in their greatest form. Born in London in 1974, Troubridge attended Middlesex […]

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Are Men Really Dirtier Than Women?

Is a man dirtier than a woman, or is this thought one that has simply been conjured in the minds of individuals over the years? Most people would agree, when asked the question, that men are dirty and women are clean. But, is this really a valid argument with facts to back the theory? It […]

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Women Arrested For Wearing Mini Skirt

A video that a woman posted of herself on Snapchat has caused a stir despite being an ordinary video of her walking around while on vacation. Unfortunately for the woman, she was visiting a historic fort just outside of Rahydia, the capital of Saudia Arabia, and she was wearing a mini skirt. The six-second video […]

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Maria Raco Combines Style and Function as CEO of NewWall

Maria Raco has spent her entire career orchestrating the acquisition, distribution, and sales operations for some of the most successful clothing companies such as Kenneth Cole, Diesel, French Connection, and Kangol. She combined her ten year talent of discovering trends and her design interior skills to create “NewWall”, offering interior innovations to residential and business […]

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Carla McCall – Making Dollars and Sense

Since 1995, Carla McCall has been the co-managing partner of top ranking CPA firm AAFCPAs, providing business consulting and tax services to privately-held and nonprofit organizations. Winner of the 2014 ATHENA Leadership award and named one of the “40 under 40 Best and Brightest Business Leaders” for 2015, McCall serves as a board member for […]

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Zeinab Mokalled Continues Efforts to Protect the Environment

Zeinab Mokalled, an 81-year-old woman from Lebanon, found herself faced with a worrisome situation approximately 30 years ago. Israel had occupied the southern part of her country, leading to a collapse in infrastructure, including collecting the trash in her town, Arabsalim. Soon, trash began piling up throughout the area with no foreseeable solution.   Frustrated […]

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