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World Pulse In the News: Amplifying Voices Around the World

March 5—LetsDoMore.com is celebrating International Women's Day by profiling incredible leaders working for global change. In this profile, the story of CEO and Founder Jensine Larsen's journey is told in starting World Pulse and growing the organization from a magazine to a movement. 

Writer Marcia G. Yerman's work has been featured on The Huffington Post, The Women's Media Center, Women News Network, and The New York Times

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I am certain that this October, in Salt Lake City Utah, USA, we will make known to the world that women's voices matter in all things. I am acting as an ambassador to the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions http://ParliamentOfReligions.org. For the first time, this year, the parliament is having a "women's initiative."

In addition to asking my WP sisters and brothers to consider attending the parliament, I am working with World Pulse Sister Zeph https://www.worldpulse.com/en/community/users/sister-zeph, SHEROES United http://www.sheroesunited.org/, and One Billion Rising http://www.onebillionrising.org/events/women-of-the-world-we-rise/ to create a parade of people in support of social justice for women. Sister Urmila https://www.worldpulse.com/en/community/users/urmila-chanam/posts/34846 is bringing her menstrual hygiene campaign to the parade event.

I would love to have a LetsDoMore.com group join us in support of these efforts.


Dear Yvette,

Your enthusiasm for involving World Pulse, community members, and LetsDoMore.com in the event you are attending is palpable! Please do reach out directly to the folks at LetsDoMore.com if you wish to invite them to participate.

In solidarity,


Is there a way that we could connect some our WP sisters, like Olutosin in Nigeria, Phionah in Kenya, and Sister Zeph in Pakistan who are teaching women sewing, beading, and other hand work entrepreneurial skills with some of the major retailers listed on www.LetsDoMore.com?