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“I believe in the ability of women to become leaders, no matter where in the world they come from.”

Learn more about One Girl Can’s founder, Lotte Davis, through her Lean In feature.

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When the second of her two daughters moved out of the family home, Lotte Davis embarked on a project that would make her a mother again — to dozens of young women. Michele Marko sat down with One Girl Can’s founder, Lotte Davis, to discuss her inspiration willpower and for the foundation.

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NICHE Magazine highlights One Girl Can’s record-breaking donations at the 2017 #IWant2Be Fundraiser, where all funds go towards building two science labs at a girl’s school in Kenya, and will fund 36 new university scholarships for girls coming from one of the five high schools One Girl Can has built.

 

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Jen Murtagh, guest post contributor, spoke about her recent life-changing journey to Africa with One Girl Can and Lotte Davis, founder of One Girl Can.

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“Sam Sullivan’s Public Salon brings together interesting people with interesting ideas for evenings that are meant to inspire and educate.” Lotte Davis, Founder of One Girl Can, was a featured speaker on January 18. Follow the link below to watch Lotte’s inspiring speech.

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Lise Boullard from Vancouver Luxury Living magazine interviews Founder, Lotte Davis. The Vancouver-based magazine is run by Shaw TV and One Girl Can Fundraiser MC, Fiona Forbes.

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Since 2008, AG Hair has donated a portion of each product sold to educate girls in Sub-Saharan Africa through its Every Bottle Counts campaign.To date, AG has raised $3.6 million for their effort to empower African girls.

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“I grew up in apartheid South Africa, and here I was, successful as a woman, and I wanted to do something to help other women succeed,” she explains. “And I knew without question it had to be in Africa, and had to be for women. I did not want to write a cheque, though. I wanted my arms right around it. And when I visited a slum school in Nairobi, that was it, I knew what to do.” What emerged was One Girl Can.

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Davis has also used her business to support her philanthropic work–AG’s Every Bottle Counts campaign, it involves donating a portion of each sale to One Girl Can, Davis’ charity that provides educational opportunities to girls in Africa.

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Thousands of girls and young women are currently participating in One Girl Can, including coaching programs and workshops that offer one-on-one mentoring and help with post-graduation job searches. As Davis puts it, “With One Girl Can, we are not successful until that girl is earning a salary.”

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