We celebrated International Women’s Day on March 11, Saturday at Los Altos Library, Orchard Room with a “How Women Beautify the World”. The event wa sorganized by Women Empowerment & Youthlink groups. We had speakers and an audience from diverse backgrounds gathered together. Marita Grudzen reminded us how simple looking things in our daily lives created by women make the moment and the place beautiful. Noshaba Afzal shared how she contributed to beautifying the world by helping orphans through GiveLight Foundation and how rewarding the experience of volunteering for orphans has been for her and her family. Nilufer, Ayse Kubra and Miha from Youthlink group presented their current and future projects for empowering young girls in the age of technology. Nilufer talked about their vision to empower girls in the Silicon Valley to be a part of the tech industry. Ayse Kubra shared how they contribute to equity in education by providing free online tutoring to Afghan refugee girls in the Sacramento area. Miha joined us from Canada and talked about the journey she took with her middle class students to produce a song and a video clip that calls for action for climate change. And our emcee, Zeynep from Youthlink group orchestrated the event smoothly and left everyone with joy for celebrating International Women’s Day all together as a community.
We are excited to invite you to our Women’s Day Panel discussion, “How Women Beautify the World” taking place on March 11st at 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm in Los Altos Library, Orchard Room.
This event aims to celebrate and empower women by bringing together a diverse group of inspiring and accomplished women from various fields to share their unique perspectives and experiences on how women have been instrumental in making the world a more beautiful and compassionate place. Topics that will be discussed include women’s impact on social activism, climate change, gender gap in education, and the lives of orphans through volunteering, connection and caring. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session, where attendees can interact with the panelists and ask questions.
We believe this event will provide a valuable opportunity for women to learn from each other, share ideas, and network with like-minded individuals. It is a chance to celebrate the achievements of women, and to inspire each other to strive for even greater success. We also hope to inspire attendees to continue making a positive impact in their own communities.
We would be honored if you could join us for this special event. Please RSVP by March 10 to confirm your attendance, and feel free to invite any other friend who might be interested in attending.
We look forward to seeing you at the Women’s Day Panel!