Women of Peace Corps Legacy

Women of Peace Corps Legacy

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We believe that together our individual commitments are part of a larger idea about how women supporting other women can increase the possibilities of many girls and women at home and abroad.

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National Peace Corps Association recognizes Dr. Dee Aker, our 2017 Deborah Harding Award recipient, in article.                                   

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Nominations are now available for the 2018 Deborah Harding Award. Nominate a suitable candidate now!                                                                                                                    -------->


This year's Deborah Harding Women of Achievement Award ceremony took place August 4-6 in Denver, CO. Learn about the award and how to nominate a recipient here!            

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Last year, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf presented our Deborah Harding Women of Achievement Award. Starting March 7th, you can read about her life in the book by acclaimed New York Times Journalist Helene Cooper, Madame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Her life truly represents an extraordinary dedication to service.

       Pick it up on Amazon  or Simon & Schuster!


     




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2017 DH Award Winner Dee Aker with Condor (above)

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (right)

Find out more about past winners of the Deborah Harding Award. Nominate someone today!

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Women of Peace Corps Legacy is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to bring Peace Corps women together to serve communities and create a better world for future generations. Women of Peace Corps Legacy is made up of a small board and several working groups that meet virtually and face-to-face. We do not seek to create programs but to partner with and highlight the work of those existing organizations and programs that are effectively addressing the issues of women and girls. We aspire to represent all those women whose lives have been positively affected by Peace Corps, those currently serving and those who have served over the last 50 plus years.

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