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Esta Soler

Overcoming Violence: 5 MAKERS Talk About Protecting Women

  As you may know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, a month dedicated to taking a stance to prevent sexual violence. As the country continues to make strides in the right direction, we are proud that five of our own MAKERS have made incredible efforts to protect women and raise awareness.    Read More »

House Passes a Renewed & Expanded Violence Against Women Act

In 1994, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was signed into federal law by President Bill Clinton. It was a landmark bill that MAKER Esta Soler heavily influenced: Read More »

5 MAKERS Share Stories of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy is a powerful and far-reaching one, extending way beyond his short life. His leadership moved a generation to do something bigger than themselves, including five MAKERS who transformed the world as groundbreakers in their own right. From seeing him on television to meeting him face-to-face, see how King impacted these five MAKERS' determination to make change.      Read More »

MAKERS Welcomes Esta Soler, Pat Eng, Maddy DeLone, Beverly Guy-Sheftall and Renata Black!

Recently, we have welcomed 5 new women into the MAKERS community. Of the five women, two are founders of organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of others--Founder of Futures Without Violence Esta Soler and Founder of New York Asian’s Women Center Pat Eng. Read More »

Inside the MAKERS Bay Area Screening

On a beautiful Tuesday evening, MAKERS visited Silicon Valley, hosting a gathering on the stunning grounds of the Rosewood Hotel in Menlo Park. Many of our Bay Area MAKERS mingled and met amidst the candlelit ambience. Stories were shared. Videos were watched. Tears were shed. Read More »