Tracy Barry, who founded GROW, said the Speak Out Women Series is part of the Canada 150 project, aiming to collect 150 stories from immigrant women across Canada. Barry said she hopes the event helps women who are new to the country.
“Our goal at GROW is to seed,” she said. “It’s only going to get better from here.” Barry has been so focused and consistent, working so hard from one province to the other, making women share their stories, how how they migrated to Canada and their journey,
Tracy Barry stands for Humanity, Gender Equality, she is a Philanthropist,
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GROW has a challenge for you! Watch and listen carefully to how you can help the victims of the Sierra Leone mudslide! In partnership with the Sierra Leone Association of Alberta, GROW has promised to create fundraising initiative to help the victims of the mudslide that occurred on August 14, 2017.Tracy Barry, founder, and Susan Dut, Communications Specialist/ Story Gatherer, have already stepped up to the challenge! To be part of the challenge and read more information, check out our Go Fund Me account: https://www.gofundme.com/grow-sierra-leone-women-campaign#sierraleone #fundraiser #speakoutwomenseries #cafeconversations #immigrant #womenempowerment #empowerment #womenempoweringwomen #empowerwomen #women #immigrants #refugees #womenrunningcommunities #inspire #inspiredaily #inspireothers #womeninbusiness #struggle #success #successfulwomen#accomplishments #stories #GROW #growwomenleaders #leaders #canada #yegevents #alberta
Posted by Gradual Rising of WOMEN on Sunday, September 3, 2017
The series, put on by Edmonton-based Gradual Rising of Women (GROW), by Tracy Barry, the mission is aimed for women who have built a new life in Canada to share their trials and tribulations with other women who have just made the move.
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