When Women Are Stronger...We All Rise

Cynthia Nimmo and Kirsty Burow from Women’s Funding Network and Amanda Brock from Spark teach us how we can join the fight and #DoMoreGood for gender equity.

Guest Profiles

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Cynthia Nimmo is the Chief Executive Officer for the Women’s Funding Network. She brings more than a decade of experience harnessing the power of philanthropy to improve the lives of women and girls. Cynthia is a member of Hispanics in Philanthropy, and has presented at numerous conferences. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and International Relations and a Bachelor of Art in Spanish from Santa Clara University.

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Kirsty joined Women’s Funding Network after serving as conference director for their 30th annual conference: “Paths to Equity.” In this role, she had the opportunity to meet and work with many of WFN’s members—further igniting her commitment to advancing women and girls’ human rights. She holds a Bachelor of Creative Industries in Theatre and Journalism from Queensland University of Technology, Australia, and a Master of Arts in Writing, Editing, and Publishing from the University of Queensland, Australia. A passionate feminist and long-time advocate for social justice and gender equality—for empowered women and girls—she is determined to see gender equality in her lifetime.

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As the interim Executive Director of Spark (Facebook | Twitter) Amanda Brock (Twitter | LinkedIn ) is leading a network of young professionals in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and New York City who invest to improve the lives of women around the world.

Prior to Spark, Amanda worked in the advertising industry, bringing years of strategic communication, marketing expertise and client management to her role at Spark. She has worked on the ground with FairServices Peru in Cuzco, Peru and has led a Spark Delegation to visit women-led grassroots organizations in Lima, Peru. Amanda has a B.A. in Communication with Honors from University of California, Santa Barbara.

In addition to being a guest on the episode “When Women are Stronger… We all Rise” she also assisted with curating “The Fashion Revolution Will Be Televised”. Thanks Amanda!

Show Notes

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Production: Sound Design by Courtney Grace, Production Assistance by Noel Ayana, and Jen Huynh with Host voices of Courtney Grace, and j-

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360BayArea intro music by Courtney Grace with vocals by Elle T
Featured music by SK Austen “Love is Gone”

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Drake ft Future “Grammys
Redman “Time 4 sum Aktion
Aretha Franklin “Respect
Beyonce “Formation
Rachel Platten “Fight Song
Queen Latifah “Ladies First

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  • Amanda, Cynthia and Kirsty you all are doin’ it! Thanks so much for informing and equipping The Ambassadors Circle, and our listeners, with the small, ongoing things we can do each day to propel gender equity. Your inspiring stories and words know no gender lines… ladies and gents alike are being inspired!