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Friday, October 23 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Crowdsourcing the Feminine Intelligence of the Planet

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World Pulse founder Jensine Larsen and Sister Zeph, an award-winning Pakistani digital crusader for girls’ education, explain how their global network is harnessing the power of digital communication into a powerful force for change by connecting women from more than 190 countries - including those reaching out using Internet cafés and cell phones from remote rural areas and conflict zones. She will share her personal journey building World Pulse from a vision into a network now impacting over 2 million lives. She and Sister Zeph will show us how we can participate in this soulful digital revolution to unleash the true feminine intelligence of the planet.

Speakers
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Jensine Larsen

World Pulse
Jensine Larsen, an award-winning social media entrepreneur and international journalist, is the founder/CEO of World Pulse, a digital communication network linking tens of thousands of women from more than 190 countries (including those speaking out using Internet cafes and cell phones from rural areas and conflict zones) into a powerful force for change, impacting more than 2 million lives. (worldpulse.com)
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Sister Zeph

Zephania Free Education
Sister Zeph, an award-winning crusader for girls’ education in rural Punjab, Pakistan (where 52% of women are illiterate), braves threats to her life and her school (Zephania Free Education), to provide education to hundreds of girls annually. The 2014 recipient of World Pulse's Lynn Syms Prize, recognizing an outstanding grassroots woman using digital tools to effect change, a documentary, Flight of the Falcon, was made about her life.


Friday October 23, 2015 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Old Main 1600 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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