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1 Billion Women and Girls by 2020!!

Currently impacting:

16.7 Mill

... women and girls

But we still want to reach

983 Mill

... women and girls

1.62%

% of target

 

 

Mentors

Become a Mentor – TODAY

"The mentoring programme is a great idea in terms of the ultimate impact on wellbeing of women - the multiplier effect is very powerful. I enjoyed being helpful and felt more motivated in my personal and professional life and I also got to know a totally different life!." 
- Asli Buss, Financial Controller, GE Capital, Aspire Foundation Mentor

Mentors are women and men from all levels in corporations and small businesses and come from organisations as broad as Avanade, Morgan Stanley, Centrica, Ford Motor Company, AstraZeneca and Unilever.

The Benefits –

  • Beyond doing your day job, the satisfaction of making a difference to a woman in a charity or social enterprise.
  • Share some of your life and business experience and be a listening ear, sounding board and partner in making a difference.
  • Learn from and be inspired by your mentee who is out in the world making a difference to others.
  • Gain access to free mentoring skills training sessions, local events and discounts on Aspire M.A.D. Leadership Conferences.
  • Raise your profile, feature on your CV/resume and include in your professional development.
  • Be part of a global network of business women giving back and making a difference.

There is no cost in becoming an Aspire Foundation mentor.  The commitment is one hour per month for 6 months be telephone or Skype plus 1 hour of training.

Aspire Foundation Mentors - Frequently Asked Questions

"I got a lot from mentoring my mentee and particularly from mentoring someone from a different culture. What I valued most from the programme was feeling like I might in some small way be helping improve my mentee's quality of life." 
- Rebecca Sinnatt, Sales Manager, IBM, Aspire Foundation Mentor

Building Blocks for the Girls

We have to believe inside that we deserve to be where we are, and to achieve what we have achieved. But we also have to understand that we cannot hold a belief that society owes us anything and instead make our own destinies, and likewise complain that nothing will ever change without understanding that we can control our own reality.

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