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100 Years, 100 Women, One Day on Capitol Hill

January 6th, 2019 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

While some fear that the United States is becoming more divided and politics more divisive, in one day, 100 women were sworn in as members of Congress, as part of the most diverse group of legislators in history. On the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, Nancy Pelosi also regained her position […]

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In Paris, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Stockholm, NYC and LA, thousands of Persian, Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) women in tech are building momentum together, by supporting each other, and mentoring generations of girls who will become world leaders in entrepreneurship, scholarship, science and digital innovation. The work of the non-profit Persian Women in Tech […]

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Dancing Over the Bridge

October 21st, 2017 by Bita Milanian - Leave a Comment

Dancing Over the Bridge: Supporting the Great Work of the Los Angeles Beirut Sister Cities Committee I am so excited to be dancing with seven other Angelenos on November 4th at the Dancing in the City of Stars event, benefiting the programs of the Los Angeles Beirut Sister Cities Committee (LABSC.)  A challenge that has […]

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