CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes takes place here in the U.S. and all over the world. Taking steps in solidarity with women and girls creates an understanding of the challenges so many of us face every day. So who is the person we walk alongside?

In the press

CARE President appears on WABE

September 26th, 2016

CARE President and CEO Michelle Nunn appeared on WABE, Atlanta’s NPR station to discuss her first year at CARE, crises that CARE is responding to and her future goals for the organization. The Syrian crisis is top of mind, Nunn explained. Millions of Syrian refugees are “trying to reclaim and remake their lives,” she said adding that “they are emblematic of 60 million people around the world who are refugees.”

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AJC op-ed piece

September 16th, 2016

AJC published Michelle Nunn’ s op-ed piece on meeting Salamatou Dagnogo, from Cote d’Ivoire and how walking at the upcoming CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes event can benefit women and girls around the world.

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11 Alive's Interview

September 30th, 2016

11 Alive’s Melissa Long, interviewed Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE on the CARE’s mission, Syria Crisis and the recent CARE event, Walk In Her Shoes. In the interview, Long also asked Nunn about her op-ed piece on three things President Obama can do to help refugees.

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CBS46 Interview

September 30th, 2016

CBS46 interviewed Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE. The interview was held at Historic Fourth Ward Park where the recent CARE event, Walk In Her Shoes was located. Nunn spoke on the hardships that women and girls face around the country and how the walk is a great way to stand in solidarity and get a glimpse of what under privileged women around the world go through.

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