In the contemporary world, “women helping women” has become an inspirational slogan for thousands of females. Instead of looking to our society for help, a few among these bold women have started a solo journey bringing safety and justice to countless underprivileged global communities around the globe.
In their quest to motivate suffering communities, Joey Horn and Nalini Malini have skillfully used their management and artistic talent to help countless others around the globe.
Philanthropist, Joey Horn, is the current Managing Director of Oak Management, a well-known investment firm. Using her existing resources and past links with major financial institutions, she is actively involved in charity work for children and families.
Among her groundbreaking initiatives is Mothers2Mothers program in Sub-Saharan Africa that creates AID awareness and provide opportunities for families to benefit from stable work and meaningful income. The Mothers2Mothers program has reached more than 11 million women in the region.
Just like Joey, Nalini Malini, an internationally renowned contemporary artist, is using her artistic expression to create awareness of the suffering and hardships that people face in a conflict-ridden world. Using film, video, and animation, she provided a unique insight into the social dilemmas of millions of oppressed individuals.
Malini was inspired by the horrific events of 1947 during the Indian Partition, which prompted her to raise her voice for human rights and visibility of the “forgotten” class. In her endeavor, she has reached hundreds of unknown yet highly talented female artists in India.
About Joey Horn
Joey Horn is a multi-talented entrepreneur who is fluent in English, Hindi, Norwegian, and French. As a global citizen who divides her time living in the USA, Norway, and Singapore, Joey actively contributes to non-profit projects and also appears as a guest lecturer in many of the top institutions around the world. Currently, she is actively working with charitable organizations such as Right to Play, Harvard Business School, Choate Rosemary Hall, and Mothers2Mothers.