Our Partners

We work with influencers, non-profits and other organizations to address complex challenges facing young women and girls worldwide.

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CouldYou? Cup

Around the world, menstruation is heavily stigmatized due to a lack of education and cultural beliefs, which can limit girls’ access to school, hygiene and interaction with their community. CouldYou? Cup is committed to making sure that no girl will miss a day of school because of her period. CouldYou? Cup and More to Her Story have partnered to give space for girls to creatively share period stories and shatter stigmas that contribute to period poverty.

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The Lewis Institute of Babson College

The Lewis Institute for Social Innovation educates young, entrepreneurial leaders to advance the Global Goals by creating economic and social value simultaneously. The Lewis Institute and More to Her Story have partnered to help reach a broader audience of young entrepreneurs and trailblazers to affect change on a global scale.

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StoryNow

StoryNow is a creative agency and production house that lives in your phone. StoryNow uses the best practices of storytelling to create templates while making the filmmaking process for their users as easy and effective as possible. StoryNow and More to Her Story have partnered to help young women and girls tell their stories in a simple, visible way.

Our Champions

We work with influencers, non-profits and other organizations to address complex challenges facing young women and girls worldwide.

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Reem El-Attar

Reem is a digital artist and activist who grew up between Canada and Kuwait. She uses her digital artwork to promote women’s rights in the Middle East and worldwide. Reem is a contributor to Vice Arabia and uses her platform to raise awareness about gender inequality and to empower women and girls to take control of their lives.

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Aija Mayrock

Aija is a bestselling author, poet, and performer. She has spoken to over four million people nationwide on bullying, mental health, and female empowerment. Aija was named one of the Today Show’s Heroes of 2018. Her work has been published and featured on Good Morning America, The View, Forbes, Huffington Post, Variety, Teen Vogue, Buzzfeed, Refinery 29, People Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, among many others.

Aija’s debut poetry book Dear Girl was released in September 2020.

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