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The Americas

Explore various female-driven NGOs and socially committed companies from around the Americas. To learn more about an organization, hover over the box!

Click below on "Interviews" to be taken to our interview page. 

Atira Women's Organization


Janice Abbott

Atira Women’s Resource Society is a not-for-profit organization committed to the work of ending violence against women.

CAMTRA works with women in Brazil to expand their rights and lean into their autonomy. CAMTRA engages in many different actions to achieve these goals including empowering women to exercise their sexual and reproductive rights, remove inequalities in education, value the work of women in and outside the home,  and addressing violence against women. 


(Working Women's House)


Eleuteria Amora da Silva

CAMTRA works to reduce inequality in education, violence towards women, and defends sexual and reproductive rights, valuing women's work in and outside the home. 

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum

United States

Dr. Drishti Pillai

The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) works to build a movement for social, political, and structural change for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and girls.

Coordinadora de Mujeres Aymaras


Justina Montalico

Developing project connecting Spanish designers with local female artisans to develop sustainable business management. 

Fondo Lunaria


Elena Maquieira Palmer

A feminist organization that works to strengthen the voices and autonomy of women. Their hope is that Colombia will one day be an equitable society free of free of machismo, racism, classism, and homophobia.

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