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Caryl M. Stern
President & CEO of . No child should die of preventable causes.
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UNICEF USA May 12
For , a look at some caring moms around the world who are raising their children to be the strong, healthy leaders of tomorrow, with help from UNICEF — and you!
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Caryl M. Stern May 1
Happy Birthday tomorrow to my son Lee LaRosa! I love you!
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Caryl M. Stern Apr 25
Excellent!!!!
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Caryl M. Stern Apr 19
Every year before we come together to celebrate , I write out my own Haggadah. This year, my mind turns to those who are today’s refugees: millions of children and families who are wandering and seeking protection.
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Caryl M. Stern Apr 5
Replying to @GiGiHadid @NYRP
Thoroughly enjoyed seeing you recognized for all you have done for our city!
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Caryl M. Stern Apr 5
Replying to @GiGiHadid @UNICEFUSA
Love you right back!!!
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Caryl M. Stern Apr 5
Such a pleasure to hear speak about her work with UNICEF today at 's awards, I'm proud to share her passion for the world's children, and to count her among my friends.
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Caryl M. Stern Apr 5
A warm congratulations to , one of this year's honorees! Thank you for using your platform to share the hopes & dreams of some of the world's most vulnerable children, and UNICEF's work to protect them.
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Caryl M. Stern Mar 22
Incredibly grateful to our UNICEF colleagues and partners working around the clock to get supplies to families who need them most.
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UNICEF USA Mar 21
UNICEF is moving quickly to respond to the impact of . Please, donate now to help those affected:
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MENTOR Mar 19
Watch , President & CEO of , explain why Audrey Hepburn would make a great . To find more stories and opportunities to empower young people, go to !
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Caryl M. Stern Mar 19
Wishing all of our advocates a great day on Capitol Hill! Thank you for reminding your elected officials of why UNICEF’s work is so critical.
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Caryl M. Stern Mar 18
Wow!!! It was truly electrifying to see...hear...and feel the energy and passion of all of those in attendance at the Annual Summit. Together we are UNITED and together we will continue put Children First!
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UNICEF USA Mar 18
Very much deserved! We’re so grateful for all that you and Rep. Kolbe continue to do for children at home and abroad.
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UNICEF USA Mar 18
.'s words of compassion were a highlight today. Her respite center in McAllen, TX has not only provided 150K+ people with clothes and a bowl of soup as they flee unspeakable violence — it's also restored their sense of humanity:
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Caryl M. Stern Mar 15
Absolutely devastated by the attacks in New Zealand. 49 lives taken, including young children. My heart is with the families of the victims. We must do everything we can to stamp out hate in our communities.
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Caryl M. Stern Mar 12
Emily did a remarkable job today! We’re so proud of her and all of the members fighting to .
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UNICEF USA Mar 12
Today, our President/CEO testified on Capitol Hill before the House Appropriations Subcommittee to ask them to maintain the Government contribution to UNICEF at $132.5M for FY 2020. With this support, more lives of children around the world will be saved.
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Caryl M. Stern Mar 12
Thank you to , and members of the Subcommittee. On behalf of more than 500,000 American supporters of , I appreciate this opportunity to testify this morning and discuss UNICEF's lifesaving work in and around the world.
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NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt Mar 10
Six years of fighting in the Central African Republic has left the nation in ruins, with 1.5 million children at risk of starvation and thousands forced to become child soldiers. reports:
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