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Philanthropist, Fashion, and Interior Designer Alpha Blackburn (US)

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…Washington, DC on a nationally competitive scholarship, an education she treasures, as she shares that education was “hard-won” in her family and thusly, quite appreciated. Alpha graduated cum laude with…

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Game Changer: Erna Grasz (United States & Africa)

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…back to their communities. The three kept in touch and Erna’s passion for education turned into a passion for education in Africa. The three women worked together, sharing their ideas…

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Game Changer: Michael Soskil (United States)

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…to publicly fund education because we understand that education, as an institution, is the driving force behind the wellbeing of our communities. In recent decades, however, the focus in education

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Ambassador, United State of Women, Dr. Khalilah Shabazz (US)

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…she earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in Higher Education through Indiana University. Shabazz’s 18-year career in higher education began working with first-generation students and in 2014, she became the second…

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School Pacific Television: School TV in Kenya

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…850,000 pupils have been absorbed into secondary school education, then 6.35 million pupils must be lost somewhere. They might not get further education, and the country loses that opportunity. School…

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Data That Drives The Capacity for World Impact

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…domestic clinicians of multiple disciplines passionate about implementing proven educational methods to the bedside to improve patient outcomes Professional education educators across the globe interested in actively pursuing research that…