Episode 80: Dayle: Educate a Girl and You Will Change the World

Dayle Haddon, Founder of Women One
Dayle Haddon
Dayle Haddon

Dayle Haddon is a model, actress, and she’s the founder of Women One

Women One is an organization that is striving to build a world where every woman and girl has access to a quality education. Women One partners with institutions and community-based organizations around the world to provide women and girls facing extreme poverty, cultural barriers, and other obstacles — access to life-changing education. Women One fulfills their mission through research, advocacy and innovative programming. Women One believes, as we do here at 1 Girl Revolution, that if you educate a girl, you change the world. 

Dayle joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her incredible life journey. She talks about her life as a model and actress, and how she got into advocacy, how she founded Women One, and why their work is so critical – especially in this day and age. Dayle talks about the awe-inspiring work that she and Women One are doing around the world, she shares stories from her travels and her work, and so much more. Dayle is an inspiring woman who has so much wisdom and beauty to share. Please listen to this POWERFUL episode and please share it. 

Dayle Haddon and Women 1
Dayle Haddon and Women 1

For more information on Dayle and Women One, please visit the Women One website. 

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