We’re Joining UNICEF USA for an Important Discussion About Women and Girls

We’re Joining UNICEF USA for an Important Discussion About Women and Girls


conversationsNext Monday, May 6 from 2 – 3 PM EST we will join UNICEF USA’s CEO Caryl M. Stern and their Deputy Director of Programmes, Survival, Growth and Development, Maniza Zaman, for a robust Google+ conversation about maternal and child health as well as issues surrounding women and girls.

Members of the Global Team of 200 will also join the conversation including Nicole Melancon, Jennifer Barbour and Tawanna Browne. I will moderate the hour-long conversation.

We hope you’ll join us. Find out more on the G+ link.

From the Discussion Description:

Join +UNICEF USA and +Mom Bloggers for Social Good on May 6 from 2 – 3 p.m. EDT for an in-depth discussion around issues affecting women and girls in developing countries. As experts on the topic and as mothers themselves, participants will examine issues like gender equality in the context of today’s media headlines. We’ll also look at how +UNICEF is addressing these issues around the world and why it’s important for the American public to stay informed.

Please share your questions and thoughts in the comments section below. Selected questions will be answered in real time.

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  1. [...] of Global Team of 200/Mom Bloggers for Social Good Jennifer James and two other team members on a Goggle+ hangout interviewing UNICEF USA’s CEO Caryl Stern. We will be talking live about maternal health as well as women and girls. It is bound to be a [...]

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