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WGEP Virtual Book Club: Radical Inclusion by David Moinina Sengeh
Join Women's Global Education Project for our third annual Virtual Book Club! This year's event will feature David Moinina Sengeh and his debut book, Radical Inclusion: Seven Steps To Help You Create A More Just Workplace, Home, and World, the first book to be published by Moment of Lift Books, Melinda Gates’ new publishing imprint in partnership with Flatiron Books. The event will be moderated by WGEP advocate Sonya Anderson.

Learn more about Radical Inclusion here: https://www.momentoflift.com/radical-inclusion

And pre-order the book from our partner, Women & Children First, using code "WOMENSGLOBAL23" for 10% off (released on 5/2/23): https://www.womenandchildrenfirst.com/book/9781250827746

May 3, 2023 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

Radical Inclusion will be released on Tuesday, May 2nd!
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David Moinina Sengeh
Author, Radical Inclusion: Seven Steps To Help You Create A More Just Workplace, Home, and World
David Moinina Sengeh is the minister of basic and senior secondary education and chief innovation officer for the government of Sierra Leone. He holds a bachelor’s and a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from Harvard College and MIT respectively. He is a TED Fellow, WEF Young Global Leader, Obama Foundation Leaders Africa Fellow and was included on the 2013 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Sengeh serves as Chairman of the Global Education Monitoring Report to UNESCO. Radical Inclusion is his first book.
Sonya Anderson
Dr. Sonya Anderson is the founding Executive Director of Together Rising and the founder of Embark Strategies, a boutique consulting firm for the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors. Sonya began her career as a high school teacher as part of the Mississippi Teacher Corps, and then served in senior roles at the Ford Foundation, Oprah Winfrey Foundation, and most recently, as the President of Thrive Chicago, a collective impact organization that leverages the power of people, systems, and data to accelerate innovation and opportunity for Chicago youth. Sonya holds an undergraduate degree in economics and political science from Yale University, a master’s degree in international affairs from the University of Ghana, and a doctorate in education planning and policy from Harvard University.
About Women's Global Education Project
Women's Global Education Project (WGEP) is a women-led, international nonprofit whose mission is to empower women and girls in rural regions of Africa through education, to build better lives and foster more equitable communities. Founded in 2004, WGEP serves over 10,000 women and children in rural Senegal and Kenya each year, and is working to dismantle the structural barriers that keep girls from attending and succeeding in school.