Dr. Scilla Elworthy

Dr. Scilla Elworthy has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize three times for her work with the Oxford Research Group in developing effective dialogue between nuclear weapons policymakers and their critics. She founded Peace Direct (2002) to fund, promote and learn from local peace-builders in conflict areas and co-founded Rising Women Rising World (2013) and FemmeQ (2016). Scilla was awarded the Niwano Peace Prize in 2003 and was adviser to Peter Gabriel, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Sir Richard Branson in setting up The Elders. Her latest book The Business Plan for Peace: Building a World Without War (2017) and her book Pioneering the Possible: Awakened Leadership for a World That Works (2014) received critical acclaim from experts in the field. Her TED talk on nonviolence has been viewed by over 1,185,000 people.

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Vix Anderton

Vix Anderton is a life coach and yoga teacher, working with individuals to help make their minds and bodies more flexible. She launched a new platform and community to help people live balanced lives aligned with their values, purpose and intuition. 

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Lia Miller

Lia Miller is a U.S. Foreign Service Officer representing the country in La Paz, Bolivia and has held various positions throughout her career serving in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, the Operations Center, the Bureau of Public Affairs, the Office of Middle East Transitions, the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, and at U.S. Embassies in Tunisia, Nicaragua, and Oman. She serves as a great resource for women hoping to find their way in the foreign service.

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Claire Yorke

Claire Yorke is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. Yorke's work examines the role of empathy in diplomacy. She began her career as a parliamentary researcher in the House of Commons, where she focused mainly on defense policy. 

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Catherine Nyambura

Catherine Nyambura is the Advocacy Officer at FEMNET and a board member at AmplifyChange, a multilateral donor fund aimed at supporting civil society working on sexual and reproductive health and rights. She was the 120Under40 Winner for her work in family planning and a Mandela Washington Fellow in 2016. Additionally, she is a Women Deliver Young Leader and a member of Youth RISE International working group.

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