Women for Women International Champions are passionate and committed volunteers who leverage their platforms to share our mission of supporting women survivors of war.
Our Champions play a key role in helping women rebuild their lives following the horrors of war by raising awareness about our work both on social media and within their respective fields, supporting our events and connecting us to their networks. By sharing information about our work, they help to grow our supporter base and welcome more people into our global community.
We are so grateful for the commitment and dedication of our Champions. Their support means that even more women survivors of war will have the chance to move on from the trauma they have experienced and develop the skills they need to build a brighter future for themselves and their families.
Amelia works in fashion as a writer, creator and model. She collaborates with different brands and has made collections in the past, raising funds for various charities. She has a love for nature, gardening and the arts.
Aryana is considered the most well-known and most established female artist and champion of women's rights of Afghanistan's current generation.
Christine Amour-Levar is a French-Swiss-Filipina social entrepreneur, philanthropist, author and climate investor. She founded two impactful NGOs: Women on a Mission, promoting women's education and skills amidst adversity, and HER Planet Earth, emphasising climate resiliency for marginalised women.
Eshita is the Founder and CEO of the award-winning app By Rotation, the world's largest shared wardrobe for rental and resale available in the US and UK. She has been featured by various high-profile publications and spoken on panels at the Financial Times, Vogue Business, BBC Woman's Hour and more.
Farkhunda is an Afghan-Canadian professional footballer and captain of the Afghanistan Women's National Football team. She is a social activist, championing gender equality, anti-racism education and humanitarian relief through sport.
Hayley is a Tudor historian, TEDx speaker and UN Delegate. She is the author of corrective biography Anne Boleyn: 500 Years of Lies and uses her social media channels to disseminate historical research. In these challenging times, Hayley believes we all must strive to be on the right side of history, which has led to her decision to become a Women for Women International Champion.
Lida Nasiri, crowned as Miss England Publicity Winner and community leader by W. magazine, leverages her platform to challenge stereotypes and advocate for women's multifaceted media roles. Lida wants to encourage women to embrace their unique opinions without fear, fostering an environment where every woman feels understood, heard, valued and capable of making a significant impact in their lives.
Maria is a fashion entrepreneur committed to building up young designer brands into global businesses. Nurturing independent designers, with a focus on craft, storytelling and sustainability has been Maria's focus from the get-go.
Megan is an Afghan-American multi-platinum singer and songwriter from Nashville. She has written songs for some of pop music's biggest names and been a part of over 10 Billboard chart-topping records.
Mimma has had an exciting career at leading global brands including Bulgari, Louis Vuitton and Gucci Group. She currently acts as an advisor for young designers and start-ups providing insights into strategy and investment opportunities.
Sara is a journalist and social entrepreneur. She is the founder of More to Her Story, a digital platform that amplifies the stories of young women and girls in conflict zones.
Sara is the CEO and Founder of Ehtesab, Afghanistan's first civic technology start-up that provides near real-time security service alerts to Afghans and monitors reports in all 34 provinces.
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Scarlett V Clark is the award-winning founder and CEO of Smart Girl Tribe, the UK's number one female empowerment organisation. She is looking forward to furthering Women for Women International's mission of helping women in conflict-affected countries and amplifying their voices.
Tahmina is the founder of Moonflowers, a brand sharing the beauty of Afghanistan through Saffron. Moonflowers is on a mission to support Afghan women and inspire us to learn more about its culinary traditions and stories.
Since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Valeria has been creating TikTok videos about her life while her hometown was attacked. She has 1.3 million followers on TikTok and has garnered up to 52 million views per video.