Special thanks to Miss Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama. Chair of the White House Council on Women and Girls and to Arianna Huffington and the Huffington Post, (HuffPost Women) for the support you show for me as a WOMEN and GLOBAL CHANGE AGENT  .. for your retweets of my tweets and for your LIKES !! and for putting my self at the limelight at your public walls!

Madame Sabine Balve support of #WomenEmpowerment #GenderEquality #Planet5050 #SDG #UrbanGender #StateOfWomen

“I m happy to have contributed to the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama Online for her first-ever United State of Women Summit to rally together Women around the Globe and celebrate what we’ve achieved, and what actions and challenges are still to come ..” – Madame Sabine Balve

(next planning steps are in progress)

When We, the ‪WOMEN‬ UNITE Worldwide – and come together amazing things can happen! We can change our lives and change the ‪FUTURE‬, …..
We, The Women can CHANGE the WORLD!!! … Are you ready?!!

I am reaching out to engage women overseas and globally!

THE WORLD TODAY IS FACING SERIOUS CHALLENGES – The roots of these challenges are complex, overlap the economic and political realms, and are potentially more catastrophic than the wars of the past. No corner of the world is isolated. More than ever, we are all in this together.

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“We are getting ready at the White House, Washington DC, on June 14th, The United State of Women with FIRST LADY Michelle Obama & Oprah Winfrey. My digital media campaign support of ‪#‎StateofWomen‬ in the USA.” – Madame Sabine Balve

Some of the Prominent Retweets of my tweets during the United State of Women Summit…

Thanks, to the Strong Women support and encouragement from these strong Women!

  1. Huffington Post Women
  2. Women Rights UN
  3. Arianna Huffington
  4. Valerie Jarrett
  5. Helen Clark

Special thanks as well to WOMEN’s Right’s UN and to Miss Helen Clark Helen Clark (UNDP). Helen has been Administrator of the United Nations Development Program, the third-highest UN position, since 2009. In April 2016, she declared her candidacy for the position of Secretary-General of the United Nations. Forbes magazine ranked her the 22nd most powerful woman in the world in 2016. Follow #Helen4SDG

WOMEN’s Rights UN & Miss Helen Clark highlight my Story prominent on their platforms!

My Top Tweets, Organic View 66.800 (no paid traffic) during the Women Summit: