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Everyday Woman Receives Heroes for Change Award

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Everyday Woman Receives Heroes for Change Award

September 24
02:36 2021
Amaré Magazine presented award to co-founders Galit Ventura-Rozen and Angela Giles.

Las Vegas, NV – September 23, 2021 – Everyday Woman, a community of supportive, courageous women growing together, received the Heroes for Change Award presented by Amaré Magazine. Co-founders Galit Ventura-Rozen, sales success expert, and Angela Giles, online marketing and success coach, accepted the award on the evening of Wednesday, August 25 in Long Beach, CA. The Heroes of Change Award is given to organizations that highlight positivity and create real movement to make a difference in the world. Nominated by a women empowerment leader and CEO of the nonprofit I AM ENOUGH movement, Everyday Woman has built a community of over 14,000 women organically through women supporting women.

“This award means the world to me because I believe every woman should have the opportunity to live a financially free life, doing what she loves, and Everyday Woman has done just that,” Venura-Rozen said.

Amaré Magazine defines a hero as someone who steps up when everyone else backs down. With a percentage of the organization’s profits donated to nonprofits and with the purpose to forge a new place where the everyday woman can evolve personally, professionally, spiritually, and physically, Everyday Woman embodies the essence of the award.

“Recognition is never expected but always appreciated, so to be recognized for a movement that was created during one of the worst times in our country is such an honor,” Giles said.

The future of Everyday Woman involves several upcoming outlets for women entrepreneurs and professionals to grow, including a TV channel that will be streaming on 19 services starting in September, so that as many women as possible can have their own show. The community also plans to continue their anthologies, helping women add “published author” to their title, as well as their Be More Visible membership which provides tools to get more clients. Ventura-Rozen and Giles aim to make Everyday Woman a recognized movement that supports and uplifts women to be the best version of themselves in both life and business.

About Everyday Woman

Everyday Woman was created by Galit Ventura-Rozen and Angela Giles in 2020 during the beginning of the pandemic. Galit and Angela knew first hand how quickly the pandemic affected their own businesses and the philanthropic boards they sat on. They saw within just a few days that women were scrambling to figure out how to go online with their business or pivot their current online business to make money. Everyday Woman was born to support women who needed support right away. They started a Facebook group and have added hundreds of free videos sharing with women how to be more visible and get more clients through social media, becoming authors, marketing, branding, networking and more. This community has grown to over 14,000 women and continues to grow each day.

Amaré Magazine is a quarterly print and digital magazine launched in June 2016, covering entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, food, travel, charities/non-profit organizations, and more.

Media Contact
Company Name: Everyday Woman
Contact Person: Brielle Cotterman Media
Email: Send Email
Country: United States
Website: https://www.everydaywoman.me/#