Our Programs

Committed to reaching 1 million youth by 2030.

$10 of $30,000 raised

Lead & Earn (L&E)

Thriving Parents, Happy Children, Safer World

Applications for partners, parents and mentors closed November 30th.

Act nowCommunity Partner  | Speaker | Family/Parents | Mentors & Volunteers & Entrepreneurs  | Donor & Investor

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The program is a combination of lessons learned executing STEM Mentoring Hope, Math Speak, and other pilot programs to better engage, and understand how to best serve communities in need of resources.

Lead and Earn exists to power communities, parents to become aware, prevent trauma, improve economic and social outcomes, by speaking up, sharing skills, investing time, money in children’s early creativity.

Our approach – We invest, train, motivated and inspired entrepreneurs, skilled mentors and volunteers age 18-30 years, as they invest in 8-18 years old youth


  • Cultivate an understanding of self-awareness to create what drives you
  • Foster problem solving early to lead
  • Develop science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fluency
  • Develop and grow entrepreneurial mindset
  • Exploit untapped creativity to address unique challenges with evolving tools
  • Build community resiliency & global leadership

Why – We want children to develop into thriving adults, raise awareness and keep hope alive.

  1. Maternal Lifetime Traumaparentification and patterns, self-awarenesseconomic and socially safety, self-actualization.

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STEM Global

Lead & Learn STEM in Your Language

Mentor the youth virtually via Facebook, YouTube and google classroom in Every language,  by submitting your video STEM project once a week or once a month. Email videos to woc@womenonchange.org. Sign up for mentoring here. https://womenonchange.org/projects/ | Join our STEM Global Facebook page

When you donate to this project, we assist the youth gain internet access in their communities around the world to participate in WoC mentoring.


1 Million Girls in 2 Continents



The illiteracy rate for young women under the age of 24 is above #123million. To tackle this problem, we listen, assess for long-term solutions to educational barriers, partner locally, mobilize globally, convene, deliver by applying 21st century resources.

Health & Safety

We engage globally for sustainable clean environment, access, to ensure girls can obtain economic security through basic fair education and networks.  We do so by assess gender health, cultural, social barriers, and mobilize locally to empower and apply global, and local support for sustainable outcomes.

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