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Flipping the Script to Empower Young Girls in Developing Countries
For most children in The Gambia, finding illustrated storybooks with characters that look like and connect to them is difficult. Nearly 12 years ago, YaAdam Fye A’06, ’07 worked with her mother Lucy and sister Anna, to create the Fye Network. With this business, they promote literacy in The Gambia and the importance of creating children’s books with identities that are relatable to the children themselves. So far, the network has published three book series
“It was with the empowering support and guidance from my Hillyer professors that I today continue to think outside of the box, take calculated risks, and learn from both my successes and failures.” —YaAdam Fye A’06, ’07