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Uncovering illegal activities including money laundering, arms trading, and the destabilization of governments, Salinger and Whitman's investigation takes them from Berlin to Milan to New York and to Istanbul.Finding themselves in a high-stakes chase across the globe, their relentless tenacity puts their own lives at risk as the bank will stop at nothing - even murder - to continue financing terror and war.An explosive shootout scene takes place inside New York's famous Guggenheim Museum.Addysanne had trouble seeing her potential because she witnessed other girls in her community engage in risky behavior instead of focusing on their education.She wasn’t sure how to take control of her future and underestimated her own abilities.
At Girls Inc., Addysanne found a safe space to explore her future and mentors who encouraged her to focus on her education and seek out leadership opportunities.She discovered her passion for technology and computer science through the Girls Inc. By the age of 14, she was teaching girls in 3rd and 4th grade to code. Metro Area are setting bold goals and heading to Harvard, U Pittsburg, and Cornell this fall to pursue STEM degrees in public health, pre-med, and health sciences.In high school, she became one of the youngest girls on the Girls Inc. As a staff member, she became a regular public speaker and learned the ins and outs of running a program.. They fueled the potential with opportunities I never would have had elsewhere - like college engineering camps, taking over office IT jobs and encouraging me to participate in any and every training they had available on site and off.” Afia, Deanna, Faith, and Najya of Girls Inc. Watch and get inspired as these young women reflect on their Girls Inc.Addysanne plans on getting a degree in social work and minoring in business administration at an accredited university, while still pursuing her interest in computer science. Owensboro-Daviess County, giving back the mentorship and support she received as a girl to her community. experience, share exciting plans for the future, and give advice to other girls. of Carpinteria Alumna and National Scholar Andrea is entering her senior year at Harvard College and building on the passion she developed in science and math as a young girl at Girls Inc.Andrea recently returned from Santiago, Chile where she spent eight weeks where she observed surgeries, volunteered in the local community, and learned about Chile’s health system and culture. With a shared commitment to empowering girls and women, Girls Inc.is excited to announce our new partner Chuao Chocolatier.