TEEN VOGUE
October 5, 2020

Michelle Obama and Malala Yousafzai In Conversation For International Day of the Girl

Priya Modal, a 17-year old in our program with local partner, South Kolkata Hamari Muskan, was chosen by the Girls Opportunity Alliance to interview Michelle & Malala! This inspiring trio speaks about the importance of educating girls around the world.

Intriguing interviews
may 18, 2020

Episode 8: From Soap Opera Songwriter to Saver of Slave Children

Sarah Symons tells us the story of how she went from writing songs for soap operas to saving children from slavery. Along the way, she’ll share useful tips that can help you recover from your own traumas and challenges. And you’ll learn surprising facts and hear fascinating stories.

Sarah Symons, Founder & CEO of Her Future Coalition.
AUTHORITY MAGAZINE
February 29, 2020

Social Impact Heroes: How Sarah Symons and Her Future Coalition have helped over 3,000 women and girls on their journey to freedom and independence

Leadership is standing firmly in your own truth and vision while creating space for others to use their talents and ideas in service of the highest good.
Sarah Symons speaking about leadership in Authority Magazine

iHeart radio: Fearless fabulous you
January 30, 2020

Empower Hour with Sarah Symons

Moved by a film on human trafficking, recording artist Sarah Symons vowed to take action, first as volunteer and then founding Her Future Coalition, a nonprofit that has helped more than 3,000 at-risk women and young girls in India, Nepal and SE Asia who are victims of exploitation, trafficking and sexual slavery.
India women in colorful saris laughing on scooter in Kolkata, India

CELIA: the emancipation nation
January 21, 2020

Episode 28: The Blueprint for Moving Forward: Collaborating, Listening, and Learning with Sarah Symons

In this episode of the Emancipation Nation, Sarah Symons, a self-educated, non-profit developer shares her anti-trafficking journey. Sarah shares her insights on what it has been like going from a songwriter for soap operas to owning and operating a non-profit organization that serves 750 girls a year.
Indian women laughing in beautiful saris