Our mission is to empower underrepresented women by expanding their access to fundamental resources.
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Our mission at Find Your Power is to empower underrepresented women by expanding their access to fundamental resources and the Internet. We do this work because we believe information access and digital literacy are one great way to further gender equity.
I have been a PR/social media intern at Find Your Power for a little over 2 weeks now. The Founder and CEO Ivy Kaminsky has an amazing story and a strong passion for women's empowerment. Our team is made up of several talented individuals who all work hard for the same goal. As an intern I am encouraged to speak my mind, build ideas, and work with my team. I am guided through challenges but I am also trusted and encouraged to tackle things on my own. I have really enjoyed working for such an amazing organization that works so hard to better the lives of women everywhere. It has truly been an empowering experience thus far.
Give to the Max day is all about giving back to the nonprofits who strive to help people. If you're passionate about advocating for women's empowerment, women's equity and their ability to access information – I highly recommend donating to this organization. Find Your Power works hard to make the world a better, safer, and more open place for women to thrive in.
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Find Your Power's 3rd annual Poetry Jam is taking place this Thursday (which is also the last day to donate). Come see the type of event Find Your Power is thrilled to be hosting. Hear from women about their experiences, challenges they have overcome, and empowering stories.
The content will cover the following topics: social justice, gender equity, access to information, POC, digital inclusion, immigrants and refugees, LGBTQ+, Intersectional feminism and women's empowerment.
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Organized By Rosa Johnson