Let us all come together as we boldly celebrate women’s achievements, opportunities, and potential, while reflecting on this year’s theme of
“151 Countries Women must Work as One “
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Atlanta, Georgia Jul 8, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – New Streaming Service Tackles Women’s Issues Women’s voices are rising around the world and a new streaming service, SEEMA TV, is on the front lines of making sure more of those voices are heard. SEEMA TV, an African American – owned and operated streaming service founded in 2020, is hosting an on-demand, global conference called the Jumping Jane Global Women’s Empowerment Conference on July 8 th. Interested viewers can watch speakers tackle a variety of women’s issues on SEEMA TV, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, and all IOS devices and Android devises. Jumping Jane Global Women’s Empowerment Conference boldly celebrates women’s achievements, opportunities, and potential, while reflecting on this year’s theme of “151 Countries Women Must Work as One .” The goal is to make more women aware of issues and, more importantly, to teach them how to overcome these issues. This year’s theme focuses on unified efforts to help women achieve their goals. Some of this year’s messages include technological advances for women entrepreneurs; mobility of labor and how it affects women; and how the green economy and globalization can bring unprecedented possibilities for women. One of SEEMA TV’s founders, Aneesah Janell Whaley, knows how important these topics are and how a lack of training and education has decreased women’s chances of sustained financial empowerment. She said, “I’m a Black woman and entrepreneur who spent far too much time trying to figure out how to do what I’ve done without knowing how to do it. I wanted this conference to give me the knowledge I wish I had when I started.” Whaley I s not alone. The entire Jumping Jane panel is committed to decreasing the number of women who are stuck in low-paid jobs and have no real protection from economic injustices. They are women dedicated to seeing other women overcome enormous barriers such as unequal pay and a lack of flexible work arrangements. As Whaley says, “Women could contribute so much more to the global economy and get so much more out of it if we had a fair playing field, if our issues mattered to more people.” The Jumping Jane panelists also want girls to have better opportunities and less stifling pay gaps. They want to make sure that these girls can someday increase the global workforce from 50 percent to 76 percent or more, so that women are equally represented alongside their male counterparts. Said Whaley, ” The Jumping Jane Global Women’s Empowerment Conference will bridge and erase the gap of disparity for women in all lines of work and circumstances. We will shift the atmosphere of despair to one of jubilation.” The Jumping Jane Global Women’s Empowerment Conference is available on-demand on July 8, 202 2, exclusively on SEEMA TV.
For more information, go to SEEMA TV (www.seematv1.com).
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