Join HANDS at our annual holiday craft sale! This is a wonderful opportunity to do some holiday shopping while supporting a great cause: employment for women in Cairo’s Manshayet Nasr […]
Join HANDS at our annual holiday craft sale! This is a wonderful opportunity to do some holiday shopping while supporting a great cause: employment for women in Cairo’s garbage collector […]
Join us for the HANDS Benefit Dinner, honoring Yousreya Sawiris. The benefit will take place at the Harvard Club in New York City, and tickets are available for $300/seat or $3,000 for a […]
HANDS and the American Research Center in Egypt co-sponsor a lecture titled “Recent Discoveries at Amheida” at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World of New York University. […]
Come celebrate “Sham El Nessim” (an ancient Egyptian celebration of spring) with HANDS at Ten Thousand Villages in Alexandria, VA. A portion of all the sales during the day will support the […]
Join HANDS in New York City for the chance to browse unique gifts handmade by young women in Egypt! Each product is made by artisans at the Association for the Protection […]
Location The Mansion at Meridian Hill (the Josephine Butler Parks Center): 2437 15th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 Date and time Thursday, October 16th, 2014 from 6:30 to 9:00pm […]
Barbara Langley serves as Director for CIPE’s Center for Women’s Economic Empowerment, democratizing opportunity for women by fostering ecosystems for entrepreneurship. She leads CIPE’s strategy to amplify the voice of the private sector through women’s equal participation in free markets and democratic institutions. Throughout her career, Langley has conducted campaign management, communications, coalition building, issues advocacy, good governance and accountability, leadership and strategic planning programs for democratic political and civic activists, business leaders, local elected officials and parliamentary and campaign staff. She has worked extensively with marginalized sectors of society including women, youth, and persons with disabilities.