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Feed the Girl, Release Her Mind - The Wisdom of Good Nutrition and Potential

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Feed the Girl, Release Her Mind - The Wisdom of Good Nutrition and Potential

Globally, girls are far more likely to struggle to eat, making them targets for exploitation. Hunger is the number one barrier to potential.

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NicoleFisher_Roberts__761172306.jpgDr. Nicole F. Roberts is the founder of Health & Human Rights Strategies, a health care and human rights-focused advising firm in Washington, D.C. She is also the host of The Global Good Podcast and the Executive Director of Feed A Billion, an international nonprofit that feeds girls around the world to prevent exploitation. Roberts contributes to Forbes, contextualizing health, and highlighting ideas, companies and people that are changing the health landscape. Her writing has appeared in numerous journals and publications, and her talks can be found on the United Nations website and various news and sports outlets. Roberts holds a doctorate in public health from the University of North Carolina, a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Chicago and an undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri.

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Elaine M. Grohman has been working in the field of Energy Medicine for nearly 20 years. The experiences of her own Life brought her to delve into the Mystery of our Spirit, Body, Emotions and Mind, and through that search she has sought to help others appreciate their own Life in a greater way. Elaine works with people in the medical fields, as well as having a private practice. She is the author of two books, "The Angels and Me - Experiences of Receiving and Sharing Divine Communication," and "Spirit Awakening - Wisdom for Life and Living." As an Intuitive, Elaine helps others to look beyond the wounds they use to define themselves, so that new and perhaps greater understanding can become known. Through this, we can begin to Heal our World - And Ourselves.

Photos by Laurie Tennent