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Ellevate Network Rolls Out Second Iteration of Annual Raise Her Voice Campaign In Honor of International Women's Day and Nationa

Ellevate Network Rolls Out Second Iteration of Annual Raise Her Voice Campaign In Honor of International Women's Day and National Women's History Month in March 2021

Ellevate Network starts the second iteration of its popular campaign, Raise Her Voice, to continue amplifying the voices of women around the world through virtual events led by local leaders.

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NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Ellevate Network, the leading community for women+, will be spearheading the second iteration of Raise Her Voice: Untold Stories of Women in the Workplace, a special initiative focusing on the personal stories of women within the Ellevate community in honor of International Women's Day and National Women's History Month. March 8th is International Women's Day, a globally recognized day honoring the various achievements of women, as well as a call to action for moving the needle on gender equality. Since 1987, March is recognized as National Women's History Month, celebrating the accomplishments of American women.

Ellevate Network is a platform for well-deserved, yet underrepresented voices. Throughout December, women and active allies will be encouraged to nominate themselves, or another woman in their life, to share their remarkable and compelling stories of triumph, tribulation, and adventure with others in their local communities. Through January, the community will be encouraged to vote on their favorite stories. Nominees with the most votes will be asked to speak at a virtual Raise Her Voice story slam event later in the year.

Through Raise Her Voice, Ellevate will provide the opportunity for women to tell their story at various virtual events throughout March 2021, hosted by an appointed team of local leaders from cities like Boston, Charleston, Chicago, Dubai, Fairfield and Westchester Counties, Houston, Long Island, Los Angeles, Madrid, Nashville, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Twin Cities, and Washington D.C.

"In 2020, the Raise Her Voice campaign inspired 600+ women to nominate their friends, family, and colleagues so that their stories would be heard and amplified." said Kristy Wallace, Ellevate Network CEO. "As we head into 2021, the pandemic's impact on women in the home and workplace, the ongoing need for equity in the world, and the drive for a better future amplifies the need for women's stories to be heard even more. It takes incredible strength and courage to share a story, but we hope through Raise Her Voice we can continue to provide a platform to highlight the voices of women across the world."

To nominate yourself or another woman in your life, log on to The voting process will begin in mid-December.

To stay up to date about the details on the Raise Her Voice campaign or when virtual events become scheduled, become a free member of Ellevate Network here.

About Ellevate Network

Founded in 1997 as 85 Broads, Ellevate Network is the largest community of women+ at work. A powerful coalition of ambitious and supportive women who believe there is strength in numbers, Ellevate is built on the premise of showing up for each other, helping everyone — no matter their background or aspirations — build a career they love, and mobilizing the collective power of women to change the culture of business. Ellevate also works with companies committed to diversity and inclusion and has a proven track record of changing business culture from the inside out.

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Raquel Ugalde, Ellevate Network, 6465171160,


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