Watch this great new interview with Jensine and Women For One—another global community of women who share their stories, connect, and inspire action—about why we urgently need to invest and empower women globally and how we are going to change the world.
World Pulse was recognized by The New York Times' Editor's Blog and the U.N. Broadband Commission for Digital Development’s working group on gender, in a new report released September 24.
The new WorldPulse Website—launched January this year—has received three awards for website excellence!
World Pulse and three community member stories have been featured on the Clinton Foundation Blog, an exciting culmination to this spring's partnered initiative around the No Ceilings: Full Participation Report.
World Pulse has been featured on "Interconnections"—the official blog of Equinix, a world leader in global interconnection and data centers, and one of World Pulse's newest corporate funders.
New COO To Lead World Pulse Growth, CEO Receives Fellowships, World Pulse LIVE 2015 Announced, and More...
In the first quarter of 2015: World Pulse Wins Award; Exciting Partnership with Clinton Foundation; Vocal Uprising Campaign a Success and More...
World Pulse has been featured on BrandQuarterly.com—a digital magazine for people in business who understand the unmistakable edge a strong company brand provides and how it inspires customer confidence and loyalty.
World Pulse Community Member Olanike Olugboji from Nigeria—also known as Greengirl—has just been published in this month's Building Peace Forum, a digital publication of the Alliance for Peacebuilding. The forum's solicitation of World Pulse for grassroots voices provides an inspiring example of the power of World Pulse to connect women and organizations worldwide and bring women a global voice!
World Pulse has been featured on LetsDoMore.com—the GAP corporation's new social good platform—in this article written by Marcia G. Yerman.
World Pulse has been featured on TheToolbox.org—a new platform for tools aiding social change—in this article written by award-winning journalist Melissa Jun Rowley.