Plymouth Forum May 3: Women's Roles in Changing Cultures 

April 27, 2015

A panel of four UW Humphrey Fellows share their perspectives about how women in their coun­tries are creating change. Representing diverse professional interests, all are articulate, ardent supporters of women's roles in their home countries. Syboney Biwa is a Business  Analyst from Namibia. Natalie O'Brady is General Manager, Rape Cri­sis Society of Trinidad and I Tobago; The Trinidad and Tobago Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Liana Sahakya is Director, Sose Women's Issues NGO from Armenia.

These women are leaders in countries struggling to develop stable governance with a healthy economic and social foundation. Fadoum Zakiya Sy is Project Manager, Ministry of Women, Family and Children's Affairs Senegal. Hear more about how these dynamic young women are creating ways for women's voices to be heard.

The Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program provides a year of professional enrichment in the United States for experienced  professionals from countries around the world. Fellows are selected from both public and private sectors based on their poten­tial for leadership and their commitment to public service. In Seattle, they are hosted at the Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington.

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