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An Extraordinary Jane: Stephanie Ramirez


GFC Alumna, Stephanie Ramirez was recently interviewed by The Union, an online newspaper that serves Western Nevada County in California. 23 year old Stephanie who was a former teenage runaway rebel, is now turning her energy and past experiences into action by filmmaking women’s voices, specifically her most recent documentary, “Love of My Life,” which follows her mother’s journey with breast cancer. Before she ventured into filmmaking, Stephanie was actively involved in her local Girl Action Team, where she helped to create a full-day self-esteem summit dedicated to girls that was held at a local middle school. Through her experiences in GFC, Stephanie has realized how important it is for “women to hear about collaboration and Girls For A Change because we need this to help each other grow.”

To read the full interview, visit: TheUnion.com

See Jane Do is a multi-media program capturing the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things for the planet. Catch the one-hour talk radio program on KVMR 89.5FM the first Wednesday of every month from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. For more information, visit www.seejanedo.com.

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