“If I could, I would leave an open space for your story on every page.” -Gloria Steinem. It’s been almost three weeks since I returned from a trip to Morocco and Tunisia with Hands Along the Nile Development Services (HANDS),
Six months ago, I joined the EWI team as the volunteer grant writer. When I saw this opportunity listed on a volunteer website, it seemed the perfect fit for my desire to work in the development field to support a
EWI Embraces a Budding Entrepreneur, Amal Youssef We were very pleased to have Amal, as our fellow through the Hands Along the Nile Development Services, Inc. (HANDS) Professional Fellowship Program: Economic Empowerment for Women. Funded by the US Department of State’s Bureau
On Friday, September 19th, we had the privilege again of spending the day with Ernst & Young on their annual EY Connect Day. Twenty-eight inspiring professionals joined us for the opportunity to truly connect, learn and grow with one another.
See the show and give a standing ovation to the IDB Latina Scholarship Fund! EWI is honored to be selected as the chosen charity by the IDB Theatre Club this year, which donates the profits of each production to an
You may have noticed, earlier this month we officially launched our new website! Ever since, we have been inundated by congratulations and accolades by people who saw the new site as a wonderful compliment to our growing organization’s mission with
Our work is possible because of your dedication to women’s empowerment and the power of entrepreneurship to create opportunity and changes lives.
Capital One’s John Villar, Vice President of Business Banking, and Kate Marty, Manager of Business Banking, gave our entrepreneurs another reason to be grateful this holiday season. They opened up a recent ETS class with a much-appreciated presentation on pricing strategies