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Jensine Larsen, founder and CEO of World Pulse, turned her vision of blue lights traversing the globe into a digital media network capable of crowd sourcing the feminine intelligence of the planet.
An award-winning social media entrepreneur and international journalist, Jensine (Yen-See-Nah) has grown the World Pulse digital media network to enable over 60,000 women on the ground from over 200 countries to speak for themselves - including from internet cafes in conflict zones and cell phones in rural villages - and connect in order to solve global problems.
Jensine is a frequent speaker on how social media and technological innovation is a powerful accelerator for women’s global empowerment, appearing in media and on stages from NPR and the Clinton Global Initiative to TED. In his best selling book, Half the Sky New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof recommends joining World Pulse as one of the top 4 things you can do in 10 minutes to support women globally.
In this interview, we learn how Jensine is amplifying women’s grassroots voices from every continent, and hear her perspective on the restorative leadership principle of scaling across shared values for resonant impact.
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Create A World Where All Women Thrive
World Pulse is a growing social network connecting over 25,000 people from 190 countries who are impacting more than 2.9 million lives and creating a world where all women thrive. We are NOT your average social media site. While the heart of our movement is online, our impact goes beyond all borders and boundaries in order to unite and empower women everywhere.
World Pulse is a powerful online community of women and allies worldwide who speak out and build solutions to today’s biggest challenges. The organization empowers women leaders on the ground by advancing their digital media skills and leadership to mobilize around the world and create positive social transformation.