Selene Almeida advances female entrepreneurship and income generation in communities in OSASCO-SP.
Selene Almeida AVANTE WOMAN’s president and for two decades she has dedicated her work very effectively, always innovating actions for Brazilian communities bringing Education for Women, emancipation and income generation.
Social Impact entrepreneur Selene Almeida - in charge of Instituto Amor SA, invests in a new project for women in vulnerability within the Osasco Communities.
Selene believes that within the Community there are many talents that need to be transformed into income, and they have frequently carried out actions with strong results, building the lives of residents in the communities of Osasco - SP.
Through its own methodology, it uses the pillars of entrepreneurship, training and microcredit. Selene understands that investing in personal development must go hand in hand.
In theory, it affirms the importance of taking care of the self-esteem of these women, who are often harassed by their life stories. A social, exciting and transformative work.
Selene Almeida is known for her trajectory of hard and continuous work as a volunteer in welfare, and, passionate about seeing the evolution of these women, she launched ESCOLA AMOR QUE TRANSFORMA, to understand the need for women to be productive for their family and society.
Always supported by major investors and partners, it starts a new course in the area of beauty in Vila Menk de Osasco - SP, to train women and bring income generation to this region that needs it so much.
About Selene Almeida
Selene Almeida is a social impact entrepreneur and business consultant for Social Responsibility actions, involving fundraising and directing resources to third sector institutions. In addition, Selene is specialized in the sales area, with networking to generate revenue and promotes actions to foster new business.
She is , the first micro-franchise of hair care at home in Latin America.
It defends female leadership in public and private powers, defends public policies for women, supports female entrepreneurship networks, considering the constant reinvention of women in the market and in the different stages of life, stimulating the development of women in a sustainable way, through investment in continuing education, in their quality of life and in their overall well-being.
Selene is CEO of the office that signs her name and serves clients in the private and third sector with fundraising for projects and generation of new business.
CEO Office Selene Almeida
Founder of Instituto Amor S/A his great passion and personal motivation
President Avante Municipal Woman Osasco
AMESP Councilor – Entity represents the municipalities of the State of São Paulo.
Photo: Personal Collection
Source: Press Office
Editing: Costa Consulting Co/ Sula Costa
By striking down Roe v. Wade, the conservatives on the U.S. Supreme Court signaled their intent to give extreme Republican state legislatures significantly more power over fundamental rights to privacy. And in an upcoming case -- Caster v. Merrill -- the Court’s conservatives could allow state legislatures to adopt maps that dilute the voting power of voters of color.
That means Republican state legislators could roll back even more fundamental rights -- and their own constituents might not be able to stop them.
Caster v. Merrill is part of a decades-long campaign by conservatives to roll back the landmark Voting Rights Act (VRA). During my presidency, the Court’s conservatives chipped away at the VRA’s requirements for states with a history of discriminatory voting practices. In this latest case, they could do something similar nationwide.
The through-line here is clear: Conservatives on the Supreme Court are looking to roll back hard-won rights by declaring that those rights can be subject to the whims of gerrymandered state legislatures. They did it by overturning Roe, and they may do it again by further undermining the Voting Rights Act. Help us respond by contributing to All On The Line’s $30,000 rapid-response goal.
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Merrill isn’t the only pending Supreme Court case that could give state legislatures more power to gerrymander districts. The Court is also hearing a case called Moore v. Harper where Republicans are making an argument under the “independent state legislature” theory. If adopted wholesale, this theory could eliminate the roles of governors, commissions, and state supreme courts in drawing fair congressional maps -- and vetoing or invalidating gerrymandered maps when necessary.
We have seen what happens when we limit access to the ballot and threaten fair elections in America. It’s a dark road, and one we shouldn’t travel down again.
And yet, there are also reasons for hope. People who believe in equality and democracy have faced powerful opposition before. But they’ve also risen to the challenge, and defended the fundamental rights that make us who we are as Americans.
When you tell your friends or family that you support All On The Line, I hope you know that you are part of this story. What we’re doing here is no small thing -- All On The Line’s affiliate is supporting both Caster v. Merrill and Moore v. Harper as they make their way to the Supreme Court. And All On The Line itself will help mobilize a grassroots response no matter how the Court rules.
The men and women who came before us in the fight for a true and inclusive democracy marched and fought and died for access to the ballot, even when they knew that they themselves might never live to see it. Our fight is their fight, just like it has always been.
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