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Especially as life spans and careers get longer, we hear more about careers with two phases: A steady, effortful climb upward towards commercial success, and then a second phase dedicated to service to others. But for many women, the reality is exactly the reverse. Many younger women feel trapped while in the first stage; for them, the existence of the second is welcome news. Careers are often depicted as having two phases: a steady climb upward towards commercial success, fame and power, which is then capped by a period of continuing effort dedicated to service to others.


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P rogress is a dream realised through hard work and perseverance, something that is never lacking in a true change maker. While all of us wish to live in a better world, it is these individuals who use all the tools at their disposal to create positive change.

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Technology, when leveraged efficiently, is one such tool that bears the potential to create massive socio-economic impact across various fields and disciplines. And realizing this, 3 women are making extraordinary strides in their respective fields through the use of technology. They are using technology and learnings from their journey to inspire, support and empower other enterprising women to achieve their dreams.

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Here are three of those amazing women:. A passionate educator, Jyoti Thyagarajan started the Meghshala Trust to eliminate the gap of quality education in government schools across India in After spending several years teaching Maths and Physics teenagers in India and Africa, she realised the dearth of quality education in government institutions and she dedicated the rest of her life to finding a sustainable solution.

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Most people are quick to blame the teachers for the inefficiency of the quality of education, but that is wrong because it is the system that does not provide them with the correct tools to do a great job. Jyoti adds how teachers today, once provided with access to technology are evolving and improving their teaching techniques to provide quality education. Her relentless pursuit has now enabled the creation of a network of 18, teachers, from Siachen to Kanyakumari, and provided that each teacher has at least 30 students, the of impacted students goes as high as 5.

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As part of the fellowship, she began to work with an NGO called Yuwa that was using sports to educate and empower disadvantaged girls. After working on their education program for two years, she set up a Yuwa school in along with her partner Franz Gastler. Launched with just 45 students and six teachers as a platform for empowerment, Yuwa School today has helped hundreds of girls to achieve their dreams and ambitions, especially in sports.

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The idea that when women help other women, amazing things happen is what gave birth to SHEROES, a community platform for women that offers support, resources, opportunities and interactions via Sheroes. The brainchild of Sairee Chahal, this platform aims to solve the problems of gender disparity in India by creating important dialogues on topics like women at work and future-of-work, among others.

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With her community-meets-deep technology approach of empowerment, Sairee has impacted the lives of over a million women across the country. In the next five years, they plan to reach over million women.

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This article has been sponsored by Lenovo India. Here are three of those amazing women: Jyoti Thyagarajan A passionate educator, Jyoti Thyagarajan started the Meghshala Trust to eliminate the gap of quality education in government schools across India in Search for:.

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