Brooke highlighted that it is CAMA’s leaders, now numbering nearly 140,000, who are at the forefront of our movement. “We are led by those who have the experience and expertise to dismantle the barriers that girls face – those who once faced that same exclusion themselves.”
Women's eNews, founded by the late Rita Henley Jensen in 1996 and now led by Lori Sokol, PhD, is a nonprofit news service that reports on issues important to women, while also providing women's perspectives on public policy. Their mission is "to create a more equitable world" by sharing the stories of women and girls, and giving them a voice to be heard. Their reporters from around the world cover topics such as politics, religion, health, sustainability, science, education, and more.
Women's eNews annual gala recognizes those who also help empower women and girls. This year's 19th annual event was hosted by 11-time Emmy award winning news anchor, Tamsen Fadal, and chaired by President of the Loreen Arbus Foundation, Loreen Arbus.