Carrie Lee Ferguson

This article first appeared in Go Girl, a magazine with a fresh new take on the global perspective of adventurous, independent women. Walking into the 92Y in Manhattan on day one of the...

The Social Good Summit has been called “a hub for all,” and “an invitation.” I totally get that as I grab my MacBook and pack my suitcase for NYC. In the...

This article was originally published in Go Girl Magazine.  I share it here to further get the word out- we all have the opportunity to bring our voice to global conversations,...

World governments, NGO’s and other major groups will meet June 20-22 in Rio de Janeiro at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development to agree on how to meet the...

We dream a marvelous dream.  We show up on bridges across the world and we bridge our minds to our hearts.  We show up and we bridge a million hearts. We...

How do you celebrate International Women’s Day?  If someone would have asked me that question a few years ago, they would’ve heard crickets.  What is International Women’s Day?   Growing up...

Two years ago, I sat at my computer reading about the Join me on the Bridge campaign for the first time.  My eyes stung with tears as I read that the...

One hundred brave women on a bridge in Kabul.  13,778 women checking in virtually or in person on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.  Rwandan women meeting their sisters from...

I’d never heard of International Women’s Day before this year.  This day, intended to celebrate achievements of women past, present and future, had never existed as part of my schema.  I...

Right after I posted a blog today about Half the Sky and the oppression of women around the globe, I went to that website I mentioned (www.worldpulse.com).  Here I am talking about...