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Look who’s running with us!

By |May 23rd, 2014|

To say Julie Henderson is an accomplished woman would be an understatement. Julie is an accomplished businesswoman, a co-founder of the non-profit Curves for Change and an extremely successful IMG plus-size model. Despite her busy schedule, we were able to sit down with Julie and to ask her why she is not only participating, but also helping to organize […]

My Rwanda

By |February 3rd, 2014|

Each time I return to Rwanda, the experience feels brand new. Whether I’m seeing the country through the eyes of a new visitor, brainstorming ideas for new programs or introducing my daughter to a whole new world, I continue to be amazed, humbled and taught new lessons on a daily basis. Nothing can ever replace time spent in-country with […]

Building the future of Rwanda together

By |February 3rd, 2014|

Dear fellow KOMERA Supporters,

During this festive season, I’m reminded of how fortunate and blessed I am to be here today. As a 22-year old Rwandan, and as a recent Babson College graduate, I represent the less than 1% of women in my country who have had the opportunity to travel to the United States, and receive an education reserved […]

  • Phenomenal 5th Grader, Riley, talks about the importance of girls’ education!

Phenomenal 5th Grader, Riley, talks about the importance of girls’ education!

By |September 16th, 2013|

The following blog post was written, all on her own, by fifth grader Riley Block and forwarded to us for our website and e-newsletter. Thank you so much, Riley! Your writing inspires us, and we’re glad you’re part of our global network of strong and courageous girls.
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Leadership, and Knowledge is a very important thing for a girl. […]