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Kathy Calvin
President & CEO of . Advocate. Storyteller. Champion for girls. Motorcycle rider. Tri-sector athlete.
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Kathy Calvin Oct 19
Congratulations to & for being awarded the . Your work to improve both the quality & quantity of food globally will improve lives, reduce inequalities & drive progress across many of the . Bravo!
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United Nations Oct 11
Girls continue to face barriers in getting the skills, education & training they need for future employability. On Thursday's , & are calling for a Skilled GirlForce.
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UN Women Oct 11
Exec. Dir. has a special message for International 💌
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Kathy Calvin Oct 11
Let’s ! This , share a pic of your and tell why she rocks.
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Kathy Calvin Oct 9
I . Will you say "I DO" with me? From today until (Oct 11), post a picture of your using . For posts and likes + will donate $1 to to help end child marriage. Tag 3 friends!
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UN Foundation Oct 5
Goodwill Ambassador has been jointly awarded the 2018 for her brave efforts to end sexual violence in conflict. Watch the powerful speech she gave to in 2016 about surviving human trafficking:
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Kathy Calvin Sep 25
America is stronger when we lead in the world. In fact, new polling shows that young Americans reject isolationism & going it alone:
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Kathy Calvin Sep 24
The median age in the U.S. is 38 years old, while the median age in Uganda is 16. The median age in Germany is 46; in Yemen, it's 19. We need to make sure young people—wherever they live—have opportunities. I'm glad the is making this a priority at
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Kathy Calvin Sep 23
It was an honor to share the stage with you, Sonita! Keep being bold & brave. 🙌
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Kathy Calvin Sep 23
It’s through the bravery of young, bold activists like that we can achieve . Honored to share the stage with her today at the Summit.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 23
It was great to meet New Zealand Prime Minister . It was even more exciting to hear her powerfully speak about implementing policies to listen to children, empower children, and protect children.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 14
Replying to @GinaEPA
As said, these solutions for our health can help “put a face on climate” and protect the most vulnerable. Now it’s up to us to break down walls and rally the health & climate communities together.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 14
Replying to @Kathy_Calvin
We have game-changing solutions to that we can step up right now: • cleaner transportation • more sustainable food production • renewable energy • clean cooking, • & so many more.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 14
Replying to @DrMariaNeira @WHO
As of said, air pollution presents both “an obstacle and an opportunity.” As warming progresses, doctors are expecting more deaths & illnesses from poor air quality and other impacts. But can help change this.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 14
1 in 9 people dies from air pollution every year. Today at , I spoke with experts and advocates about the undeniable links between & health. Here are some takeaways that can help change the narrative on climate change.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 14
Solar energy has the power to transform lives – and make childbirths safe. Here’s one of my favorite climate solutions:
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Kathy Calvin Sep 13
Solutions to exist, and we need to talk about them. My op-ed in :
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UN Foundation Sep 13
As kicks off in San Francisco, a new poll finds young Americans believe the environment & health of our planet should be the top international issue for the U.S. to address this year: via
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Kathy Calvin Sep 13
Congratulations, . Looking forward to working with you and to make & a reality for girls & women everywhere.
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Kathy Calvin Sep 12
We can’t have environmentalism without feminism. In these critical discussions on , let’s remember that girls and women are at the forefront of climate solutions.
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