Friday, March 17

Peace Boat US, in partnership with C4: Capital For New Commons and International Grassroots Women’s Academy, will feature leaders around the world who are transforming the role of women and girls across industries to achieve the UN SDGs through technology and financial innovations. We will feature best practices in different regions, as well as opportunities for the audience to engage in some of the featured efforts.

Megumi Ishimoto, Founder, Grassroots Academy Tohoku
Melanie Lavelle, CEO and Founder of Benefit Kitchen
Alexandra Isso, CEO and Founder of DagMy Motars
Rachel Clark, Peace Boat US
Junko Nagao, Founder and ED, C4 USA
Salvation Army 
@ 221 E 52nd street (B1), New York

The role of women and girls in the areas of STEM, finance, and agriculture is transforming the work force demographic not only as founders and leaders, but also as highly valued customers, around the world. We are featuring some of the best practices and partnerships required to create sustainable economic development for women – particularly within the marginalized communities of certain parts of the world (including developed nations). By featuring some of the most innovative partnership solutions in business, finance, and community organizing, we aim to accelerate the knowledge transfer among UN CSW participants from around the world and increase females who are helping achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

* This event is supported by Peace Boat US and the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY

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Learn more about the United Nations CSW (Commission on the Status of Women)