WomenOne’s Dayle Haddon Aims to Empower Girls With Help From Canadian PM Justin Trudeau

YOUNG AT HEART: Model-turned-activist Dayle Haddon took her empowerment message to Washington, D.C., with the help of Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau.
In honor of the “International Day of the Girl,” Haddon joined the leader, his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland, and others who have “generous spirits, had a fierce intellect and deep passion for women’s issues” in a roundtable discussion. Other heavy hitting attendees included Jean Case of the Case Foundation, Maria Eitel of the Girl Effect and the Nike Foundation, Jennifer Frazier of Twitter, Carol Hamilton of L’Oréal Luxe USA, Amy Hepburn of WomenOne, Arianna Huffington, Gayle Smith of the Bono-supported One campaign, Kristin Lemkau of J.P. Morgan Chase, Jacqueline Novogratz of Acumen, Carole Wamuyu Wainaina of Africa 50, Pam Scott of the Curious Co., Regina Scully of Artemis Rising and Scott Rutherford of McKinsey & Co. A personal favorite of Haddon’s was Malika Saada Saar, senior counsel on civil and human rights for Google, who spoke of “all the new ways that Google is developing empathetic communication from a woman’s view.”
As WomenOne’s founder, Haddon connected with Trudeau through his chief of staff about linking her work with the Canadian efforts about a

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