I Believe in Women and Girls Lead
Cherie Blair: Founder of Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and wife of the former British Prime Minister, Cherie Blair explains why women and girls are worth believing in.
Christy Turlington-Burns: Filmmaker, activist, and model Christy Turlington-Burns reflects on the potential all women and girls have to thrive and play an active role in society.
Desmond Tutu: Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu explains how man-made customs need to be changed in order to include the talents of women and girls.
Eileen Fisher: Clothing Designer Eileen Fisher as a micro-financed person.
Helene Gayle: President and CEO of CARE, Helene Gayle, reinforces the importance of telling success stories.
Mary Robinson: Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson discusses the important role confidence plays in women’s leadership.
Melanne Verveer: Ambassador-at-large for Global Women’s Issues, Melanne Verveer explains the payoff that comes from investing in women and girls.
Muhammad Yunus: Founder of Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yunus, outlines the benefit to loaning women money.
Ruth Simmons: Former President of Brown University, Ruth Simmons, on the lasting benefits of educating women and girls.