Dyason House Podcast

Making a difference with Stephanie Woollard

Dyason House Podcast
Making a difference with Stephanie Woollard
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This week's episode features Stephanie Woollard, founder and director of Seven Women. Stephanie began Seven Women at the age of 22 after meeting disabled women working in a tin shed in Kathmandu, Nepal. With her last $200, she paid for trainers to teach the women how to produce products for sale, and has now assisted over 5000 women in this way. She’s also founded a cooking school in Nepal, as well as a responsible travel company named Hands on Development, and in 2016 received the United Nations Rotary International Responsible Business Award. We discuss how anybody can make a difference through social entrepreneurship.

From a Tin Shed to the United Nations: https://sevenwomen.org/new-products/from-a-tin-shed-to-the-united-nations Bringing the Light: The Seven Women Story: https://sevenwomen.org/new-products/bringing-the-light-the-seven-women-story

Music: Jade by Scott Buckley


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