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John Oliver Mar 8
I’m pleased to see our local paper profile some of the women who keep our public services running. We should celebrate these women everyday & make sure girls have the opportunities they need to reach their highest potential.
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Vito Carrozzo 🚶🏻‍♂️ Mar 8
Pitch #1 “Hand me a coffee” Jessica gets proceedings underway at . Friday night pitches. This startup is looking to partner with cafes who can employ deaf people as well as educate cafe staff to serve deaf people
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YWCA USA Mar 8
Replying to @YWCAUSA
In 1872, the opened the first employment bureau in . We were the first to pioneer employment bureaus and child care centers for women. Today, we continue to fight for women's economic empowerment and equal opportunity in the workplace.
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Ridge Meadows RCMP Mar 8
Some of our toughest and smartest cops are female!
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Tara Albritton Mar 9
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Edval Timetables UK Mar 9
Timetabler Claire Pullen is excited to at tomorrow! She'll be sharing her journey to part time school leadership! See you there?
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YWCA USA Mar 8
Replying to @YWCAUSA
Today, too many of the opportunities that our foremothers fought for are still going unrealized. That is why is on a mission to tear down the barriers that still exist for too many women, especially women of color.
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Jacqueline de Rojas CBE Mar 9
'We can all play our part in driving diversity and inclusion...' Celebrating with
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Hertfordshire County Council Mar 8
“I have met some wonderful women who are truly inspirational. I watch these women regain their lives and go on to achieve their full potential. It's more than a job it's an honour” says Mel Bingham, Stevenage Domestic Abuse Forum
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Steve Hurst Mar 9
Proud to be working for Sage on International Woman’s day.
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Ogilvy Apr 10
11 Inspiring Women Who Have Broken Down Advertising’s Most Persistent Barriers via . Featuring our Chairman Emeritus, Shelly Lazarus. Click to see the other trailblazers -> <-
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Paul Papas Mar 8
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Culture Marketing Council Mar 8
Focused on raising awareness and pushing for real change. Great to see how our members are celebrating this important day Gracias
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Maggie 🇬🇾🇭🇹🇯🇲 Mar 8
I remember scrolling through social media one day and seeing all the stories and all the hateful comments under them. This year’s International Women’s Day campaign theme is . How do we plan to progress to make the world a better place for women?
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Kathy Brewis Mar 9
So thrilling to hear about companies where inclusion and diversity are real things
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Tammy Bui Mar 8
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Sheba Sogol Mar 9
Attending AGM and Conference 2018 Women's Achievements in the 100 years since Suffrage
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Jared Adams Mar 9
So now that we've all tweeted and celebrated , your challenge is to go into the office, the boardroom, the classroom today and live it. Be a change agent. Yesterday we saw the challenges and barriers. Today, tomorrow, and the next day, it's our job to
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Claire Price Mar 9
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Dan Wright Mar 8
Celebrating with a my daughters playoff hockey game and the 3 most important women in my life, my Mom, Wife @ daughter. So many others incredible women to celebrate today including 3 fantastic sisters and many colleagues.
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