"This event will be truly life-changing, focused on endangered species and the world we wish to live in.”, stated Sherri Leopold, WGC Springfield Chapter President.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (PRWEB) May 17, 2020
Women of Global Change will honor awareness on National Endangered Species Day on May 19th. This celebration will be shared via a global online event featuring Stephanie Arne & Felicity Forest, starting at 2 pm EST. Stephanie Arne is an accomplished wildlife conservationist, host, and speaker. She is the Wildlife Ambassador for CuriosityStream and the former host of Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom. Joining her will be Felicity Forest, a young and dynamic eight-year-old author and wildlife enthusiast, who has been recognized and awarded the Peacemaker Award in 2019.
This online event is being presented by the Women of Global Change (WGC) Springfield Chapter President Sherri Strohecker Leopold.
"WGC is so honored to have Mrs. Arne and Miss Felicity joining this meeting. Mrs. Arne’s expertise in her field is world re-known. She understands the importance of connectivity and how it is critical to protect nature and humanity on a global scale. Felicity Forest is the author of - Why We Need Animals. She understands that humans, wildlife, and our surroundings are co-dependent and why this is especially important for the younger generation. She will be share thoughts, insights, and suggestions on how we can help endangered species from becoming extinct. This event will be truly life-changing, focused on endangered species and the world we wish to live in.”, stated Sherri Leopold, WGC Springfield Chapter President.
The Women of Global Change Foundation is an international multiple-award winning non-profit 501c3 organization whose impact has crossed into multiple continents. The Women of Global Change have been honored by the U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, also WGC has received four White House awards (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) for their service accomplishments, and recognitions from three U.S. Presidents, plus many International Magistrates and more with over 50,000+ families served globally to date.
WGCF participates in educational initiatives, business networking events, and national and international projects of betterment through a variety of different programs, social impact missions, and leadership practices. WGC members work together in business, power, and spirit to provide a better world for women, children, and all human-kind.
As we approach National Endangered Species Day in this unprecedented time of world stillness, we are seeing dolphins returning to the waters of Venice and Mallorca and viewing Earth from space without the veil of pollution and we begin to see the realization of the importance of our interconnectedness for not just ourselves but for future generations. This event on May 19th is perfect for the whole family.