Vava decided to be part of the solution and help coffee farmers and women coffee growers in Kenya to get fair prices for their work.
Everything can be changed. So the only rule is to do it slowly because otherwise it’s overwhelming and you feel that you can never do it.
I talked to Alice Bosley, co-founder of the social impact incubator 51 labs in Iraq. She saw an opportunity where others saw a war-torn country.
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Discover women change makers leading the social impact movement and learn how you can have an impact!
About the podcast
Be Your Change discusses global issues with a solution-oriented approach and provide insights on how we can all be the change we want to see in the world. Juliette Roy talks to women social entrepreneurs, non-profit, community leaders, artists and media entrepreneurs who aim to build a more sustainable and inclusive society.
About the host
Based in Los Angeles, Juliette Roy is a French-American advocate for the power of stories to create positive change. Working in audio for over 15 years, Juliette started her career in the music industry. She fell in love with online radio and podcasting when she moved to San Francisco.
Juliette is the founder of Be Your Change, a media platform about women and social impact.
GIRLS WE NEED YOUR VOICE
86% of the podcast studios founded in France in the last 3 years are owned by women or have at least one female founder. 35% of the top 200 podcasts on France’s Apple Podcast charts are produced or hosted by women, compared to just 10% in the US. Source Bellocollective