20 Women Who Are Changing the World

The Women's Eye Publishes New Book About Women Taking Action Around the World

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - PHOENIX - Jul 10, 2017 - The Women’s Eye has just published 20 Women Changemakers (The Women’s Eye / July 10, 2017 / $16.00), a collection of interviews co-edited by veteran broadcast producers and journalists Pamela Burke and Patricia Caso, that spotlights dynamic women taking action to make the world a better place. This anthology has been culled from The Women’s Eye website and Radio Show which features undaunted women who initiate life-altering solutions to some of the most pressing personal, local and global issues.

“These intrepid women demonstrate how one person can make an indelible mark.” —Stacey Reiss, Producer of award-winning documentary The Eagle Huntress

Living in cities big and small in the US, Middle East, Africa, Asia and beyond, their work is wide-ranging. They have built schools where there were none, promoted global women’s equality issues in treacherous places and implemented innovative ways to feed the hungry, rescue children and more. Some have received recognition, but most labor in their missions without much acclaim. All share a commitment to positively change the status quo and create a better quality of life.

·       In Florida, Estella Pyfrom renovated an old school bus to bring technology to more than 31,000 children in underserved neighborhoods.

·       In a freezing Beirut kitchen, Barbara Massaad prepares the simplest meal—soup—for refugees, saving them from starvation in Lebanon.

·       Photographer Paola Gianturco, a grandmother herself, travels the world to document activist grandmothers who are creating a powerful force as they take on global issues in more than 15 countries.

20 Women Changemakers is a moving anthology of interviews with women who seek to make a positive impact—one act, one person at a time. These collective stories convey the global force that women embody as they step up to create change and make the world a better place to live.

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