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10 eye-opening over footage from my trip to Africa with Michelle Obama & #LetGirlsLearn in 2016
When you are asked if you would like to go to Liberia with Michelle Obama you say, “Yes!”
It doesn’t matter if you’re not up to date with your vaccinations, if you don’t have a passport, or if you know very little about the area you’re traveling to. You. Say. “YES!”
When I learned that I would be traveling to Liberia to meet First Lady Michelle Obama to work with her on her newest project, Let Girls Learn, I knew this would be a life-changing experience.
The moment the movie starts, you become a member of the Flossy Posse and by the end of Girls Trip you will feel like you’ve made four new friends that you will want to hang with forever…*cough* Girls Trip 2 *cough*
Click here & watch the GIRLS TRIP cast, producer and director tell us their favorite moments in the movie and pranks pulled on set.
Because sometimes dinner doesn’t turn out like you want it to (and that’s okay).
This relatable comparison from Hello Giggles perfectly illustrates these moments—because sometimes, a meal just isn’t worth all that effort, and instant ramen is way more convenient.
USAID partnered with Let Girls Learn to bring four brilliant young women from Pakistan, Malawi, and Jordan to New York to meet with First Lady Michelle Obama.
I was beyond honored to spend a few days with them at an event designed to bring attention to the issues young women face in trying to get an education.
As you might know, today is International Day of the Girl. While we aim to empower, uplift, and inspire girls every single day, today especially we’re taking some extra time to talk about ways we can help and do our part. One way in particular? Learn more about girls across the globe and their access (in many cases the lack thereof) to an education and the tools they need to be successful.
A couple of weeks ago I got the opportunity to travel with Let Girls Learn again. The first time I was able to go to Africa and meet girls learning life skills and getting leadership training thanks to Peace Corps volunteers in Liberia. This time, USAID partnered with Let Girls Learn to bring four fabulous and brilliant young women from Pakistan, Malawi, and Jordan to New York for two days to meet with First Lady Michelle Obama at an event designed to bring attention to the issues young women face in trying to get an education. I was beyond honored to meet and spend a few days with Noor, Halima,Summyka, and Deepa in the Big Apple
I adore Kelsey Donohue! While working as Assistant Press Secretary to First Lady Michelle Obama I had the pleasure of talking with Kelsey and one thing became very clear, while she is SUPER smart she’s brilliant at engaging all! Without naming the big names, anytime you mention Kelsey the entire room lights up and compliments flow. While in Liberia with Let Girls Learn I softly pitched the idea of following her around the White House for a day and everyone got behind the idea. Here’s a very small look into her day and some great advice passed on to her from First Lady Michelle Obama.
She’s a wonderful human and maybe the best White House tour guide ever!