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There is no time for cynicism.

Lyddy O’Brien is a Georgia native and a first year law student at the University of Georgia. Outside of school, she loves to create art, make friendships and fight the patriarchy. She is our #WCW because she is a dedicated global human rights advocate. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? My parents taught me empathy and respect for all people. They taught me to be a creative thinker, and that O’Briens always keep their promises. I try to look at everything in life from different perspectives, and I believe absolutely in the power of people to make a difference in the world. My experience in the legal field is only beginning, but already I am realizing that there is too much to be do

Surprise yourself with how resilient you can be.

Elaine Rau is an international blogger who interviews female entrepreneurs all over the world and highlights their businesses on her popular blog, She is based out of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, where she runs her business completely online. She is our #WCW because she elevates strong women who don't get the media coverage they deserve. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I never knew that I would be an entrepreneur. Honestly, I didn’t even know that was an option. I come from a family of professors, so my worldview was to get a job, work hard and, hopefully, retire with some savings. It wasn’t until after I graduated college and made some entrepreneur friends that I

Experience it all.

Amy Seder is a photographer, filmmaker, blogger, full-time traveller, business-owner and self-proclaimed professional fun-haver. Amy is our #WCW because she is a go-getter: seeing the world, and documenting it all. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? Professionally, my story is somewhat straight forward - I knew at age 15 that I wanted to be a photographer. I had saved up for a year to buy a tiny little digital camera, and started taking film classes at the community college and digital classes at my high school. I decided then that I was going to move to New York and be a fashion photographer. I never even considered a back-up plan. For college, I attended the (now-closed, unfortun


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