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GFI Announces New Board Member Pablo Muñoz

Pablo Muñoz

At this year's Board of Directors meeting in New York City the Global Fairness Initiative proudly welcomed a distinguished new member to the Board, Mr. Pablo Muñoz, Group President, Tupperware Brands Corp.

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Secretary Clinton and Ela Bhatt are first Fairness Award Honorees

Secretary Clinton and Ela Bhatt are first Fairness Award Honorees

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joins 2000 other special guests to honor Ela Bhatt, founder of SEWA, at the 2010 GFI Fairness Award at the Kennedy Center Opera House.

Read Secretary Clinton's Speech

GFI Ghana Shea Nut Program wins 2010 SEED Awards

GFI Ghana Shea Nut Program wins 2010 SEED Awards

GFI's Ghana Shea Nut Economic Empowerment Program has received a 2010 Seed Initiative Award along with 30 other programs recognized as "innovative start-up ventures." The Ghana program, with the Pag Sung Shea Nut Association, is aimed at providing better access to markets, financing and economic empowerment for women Shea nut producers in Northern Ghana.

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GFI founder, Karen Tramontano and partners from the Harrah's Foundation, Aervoe Inc. and SEWA are featured on NPR to discuss the GFI "saltLantern" Campaign which is bringing renewable energy from Nevada to women salt farmers in India

GFI founder, Karen Tramontano and partners from the Harrah's Foundation, Aervoe Inc. and SEWA are featured on NPR to discuss the GFI "saltLantern" Campaign which is bringing renewable energy from Nevada to women salt farmers in India

GFI's Ghana Shea Nut Economic Empowerment Program has received a 2010 Seed Initiative Award along with 30 other programs recognized as "innovative start-up ventures." The Ghana program, with the Pag Sung Shea Nut Association, is aimed at providing better

GFI's Ghana Shea Nut Economic Empowerment Program has received a 2010 Seed Initiative Award along with 30 other programs recognized as "innovative start-up ventures." The Ghana program, with the Pag Sung Shea Nut Association, is aimed at providing better access to markets, financing and economic empowerment for women Shea nut producers in Northern Ghana.