Women will change the world: Veronica Sherman {video}

Women will change the world: Veronica Sherman {video}

We’re excited to be launching ‘Women will change the world’ TV. I believe everyone has a story to share and I’m looking forward to hearing and sharing some of these inspirational stories with you. I feel so fortunate to meet amazing women in the work that I do and can’t wait to introduce you to them!

We believe that investing in women is the most powerful way to change the world and our show features and celebrates women who are making a significant impact in the world in some way.

That impact might be as a thought leader, by creating a movement, being an activist, a change-maker, in humanitarian efforts, environmental efforts, community building, equality, advocacy, breaking ground in innovation, health, education, tech and leading world-changing companies, not-for-profits and social enterprises.

We’re looking for fearless, visionary women from countries around the world who are courageously following their calling and have a message to share that will inspire women everywhere to create change in big and small ways.

The show is all about sharing inspirational true stories from influential leaders to help inspire our tribe to dream bigger, reach their full potential and become more empowered in creating change in their lives.

My first guest is Veronica Sherman of Happily Made & she is changing the world through empowering Cambodian women & also her advocacy for Australian asylum seekers, she’s also a Mum of 4 so I’m looking forward to finding out all about where her inspiration came from, the challenges she has faced in building an international business and the unexpected outcomes she’s discovered along the way!

In this episode Peace Mitchell talks to entrepreneur and founder of Happily Made, Veronica Sherman, an incredible woman who is changing the lives of women in Cambodia through her business PLUS she's also a vocal and passionate advocate for the rights of refugees. Veronica is the winner of the 2017 AusMumpreneur Sustainability Award for her work with the women of Cambodia.

Posted by Women's Business School on Wednesday, 30 May 2018