#InvestInWomen: The Story Behind Fair Anita

We believe in investing in other women. This is the very idea behind Fair Anita, a social enterprise that invests in the power of women. Hear our story and become part of our endeavor in creating opportunities for women around the globe.

Sustainable & Lifestyle Blogs We Love!

It’s so wonderful to see that more and more people are getting into ethical fashion and sustainable living. It’s always such a pleasure to connect with other women who have the same ideals and who value the adage, “change starts with oneself.” If you are on the journey to live a life for social good and environmental preservation, here’s a short list of our favorite bloggers. Add them to your read…

Inspiring Fair Trade Quotes

Every time we go shopping, there are an overwhelming number of products available. We are bombarded by product ads influencing our choice of food, clothing, and even of our concept of leisure. It’s easy to stop asking questions about the brands we choose and the companies that manufacture our products. But wouldn't it be better if we knew what practices and standards we were supporting? Quote…

Highlights from United State of Women: Inspiring, Connecting, and Building a Better World for Women

On June 14, 2016, over 5,000 women from across the U.S. came together in Washington DC for the first ever United State of Women. I was lucky enough to be nominated to attend, and I spent two incredible days learning, celebrating, and preparing for what's to come.  At first, I wanted to share a blog about how much experience impacted me, but, even 2 months later, I'm still struggling to fully…

Traveling Ethically through Peru

“Wow, day one of Peru is coming to an end. What a crazy (but fun) day. I’m really loving this whole independent, getting around by myself thing. If you ever need something to make you feel like a capable human being, this is it.”In June I ventured out to Peru all on my own. It was the first time I had traveled to another country (almost) completely solo. The first half of the trip I spent ven…