Paola Gianturco is the author/photographer of Celebrating Women (powerHouse Books, 2004), and the coauthor/photographer of In Her Hands: Craftswomen Changing the World (paperback edition, powerHouse Books, 2004) and ¡Viva Colores! A Salute to the Indomitable People of Guatemala (powerHouse Books, 2006). Her work has been exhibited at the United States Senate, the United Nations, New York, and The Field Museum, Chicago. Gianturco has served on the boards of International Nature & Cultural Adventures, the Association for Women’s Rights in Development, and the Crafts Center, which works with women artisans in seventy-nine countries. She has co-taught Executive Institutes about Women and Leadership at Stanford University. Gianturco lives in Mill Valley, California.
Kavita N. Ramdas has served as president and CEO of the Global Fund for Women since 1996. She is a board member of the Women’s Funding Network, Mt. Holyoke Board of Trustees, and the Council of Advisors on Gender Equity to the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. Her recent awards include the Women of Substance Award by African Women’s Development Fund, Juliette Gordon Low Award by the Girl Scouts of America, and Women of the Year for the Public Sector by the Financial Women’s Association.
Global Fund for Women is an international network of women and men committed to a world of equality and social justice; 2007 marks their 20th anniversary. They advocate for and defend women’s human rights by making grants to support women’s groups around the world. Paola Gianturco is donating 100% of her royalties to Global Fund for Women.
Beautiful book in like new condition and signed by the author! Super value.Published 5 months ago by Palm Fan
I met Paola at a luncheon and was impressed with her so I ordered the book from Amazon. I didn't have to wait long to get it and enjoy reading it.Published 21 months ago by D. J. Cloud
We need more books like this to remember: women make a huge contribution and our voices are often not heard.Published on March 17, 2013 by Eileen McDargh