Global Ambassadors

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Global Ambassadors tell our story, help recruit Global Ambassadors, Mentors or Sponsors and are activists in changing how we employ our policies on our status as women. Our Global Ambassadors are the men and women who generate awareness of women’s social, political and economic implications and discuss how their own choices impact the future.

Do you believe:

  • Do we think about how we integrate our purchases with our beliefs? From gender bias to environment, we have the potential of impacting the future. We agree to use it wisely.
  • Do the companies that sell products to us have significant women’s equity agendas that align with our own social values? How do they rate according to their competitors? We advocate internet searches to support our purchasing.
  • Do we consider the entertainment companies disregard of women and others? We advocate posting social media content to notify others if we see or hear poor portrayals of our gender.
  • Do we vote for candidates lacking women’s agendas? We advocate that ALL voters research their preferred candidate’s status, voting record and public policy on gender equity.
  • Do we actively let people know that we are not accepting of social stigmas and casting woman unfavorably? Do we employ opportunities to share our displeasure or support of others?
  • We use social media and conversations to spread the culture change
  • We support the development and advancement of qualified women into leadership roles, reducing gender equity.
  • Do we support our “sisters” and help prevent them from failing?
  • When our “sisters” make mistakes, do we share our knowledge freely and quickly so they can take corrective action?
  • We ask people to think about their own policies and preferences – and then take action.
  • We have choices – but do we exercise them?

We advocate for the female gender as women and men. We have the opportunity NOW to make a difference – not tomorrow, not next week, not next year, NOW, by making the appropriate purchasing decisions, voting decisions, mentoring, guiding and sharing the importance of women’s economic empowerment and impact.

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Fast Facts

Women entrepreneurs contribute significantly to innovation, competition, and job creation while strengthening the local and world economy. In the U.S., women own over 10.1 million firms compared to 8.6 million in 2013. Employing over 13 million people, they generate $1.9 trillion in sales.
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(Source: U.S. Census)