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World pulse members at TED Women Conference 2010

Hello All,

World pulse is going to shake the world. A week ago, we finished our Nov 4-20 speaking tour award and are preparing for TED Women conference 2010. Jensine, the founder of world pulse along with three speaking awardees, Jackie, hope and myself (sunita) are speaking in the stage of TED.

If you are not familiar about the conference, please have a look.

"How are women and girls reshaping the future? The first-ever TEDWomen invites men and women to explore this question in depth. From the developing world, where a single microloan to a single girl can transform a village, to the West, where generations of educated women are transforming entire industries, women are powerful change agents, intellectual innovators, idea champions ..."

The conference will hold on December 7-8 2010. Don't miss it.

We will make our voice heard in the global level.



Angelia2041's picture

TEDWomen Smart Power

Hi Sunita,

Thanks for your post here.

I am the fan of TED talks. This year, TEDWomen will focus on the ideas and innovations of women and girls. It 's a suprise to know the smart power from this big world. The strength from TEDWomen will power our generation with tech, knowledge, even the opportunities that women and girls can share and do what they want, contribute to their communities. Reshape their own wonderful life.

Good luck. TEDWomen and TEDsters.

jadefrank's picture


Dearest Sunita,

When I heard this news from Jensine, I did a little dance and imagined that you, Jackie, and Malaya would be doing the same! TEDWomen is a HUGE platform to speak to the world, and I couldn't think of better advocated for gender equality and social change to speak there than you! Ever since you left Portland, I have been thinking so much about you, about your vision - which is so powerful, rich in brilliance, and a sure plan to shake up the world and empower girls throughout Nepal - a vision which like as Mohammad Yunis, could be then replicated in other countries across the world.

I am so happy for you in this very exciting experience... and know that you''re probably speaking with your school now to convince them that you can keep up your grades - and like usual - I don't think they can refuse you such an opportunity!

And when you, Jackie, Malaya and Jensine take the stage, myself, the WP staff, and all your friends on PulseWire and who you're touched throughout the tour, will be there with you cheering you on!

Lots of love,
Didi Jade

Lots of love,

Lilith784's picture

You go, Sunita!


This is fantastic news! You four are such amazing women, and I am so happy to hear that even more people will have the chance to listen to you and share your vision. Thank you for taking this journey, and for continuing to speak up!


Amei's picture

This is great :-)

I love TED. It is wonderful and it will assist you in future in many forms. All the best to you and others.


nilima's picture

All the best Sunita, just

All the best Sunita, just keep on moving towards the betterment of the world, we all are with you.

Nusrat Ara's picture

Best of luck. Love

Best of luck.



Umme Mahbuba's picture


Sunita that's AMAZING. Best of luck for everything, my well wishes will be always with you.


Umme Mahbuba

SLaw's picture


How exciting, Sunita! :) I'm a huge fan of the TED talks. I'll be looking forward to watching the videos :)

olutosin's picture

This is beautiful.......

Ride on sisters........With full backing from women worldwide....Well done.

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


Leelee's picture

Will be following on the TED

Will be following on the TED Website :)

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