International Women’s Day: The Girl Effect SHARE: Tweet It’s March 8th, and in case you weren’t aware, that means it’s International Women’s Day. That also means I’m going to ask you to take three minutes of your time today to watch this kick-ass video and bring your A-game to the table by supporting a group of women who will be transforming our world if we all get behind them. We’re talking about 600 million girls in the developing world that need us right now. You can’t hear that number and not be struck by the enormity of it. Which is why you’re going to watch this spectacular video right now … …and be totally blown away. Welcome to knowing about The Girl Effect. Founded by the Nike Foundation, it’s a movement of hundreds of thousands of organizations and individuals around the globe who are committed to ending poverty by investing in young girls. Maya Angelou once said, “When you know better, you do better.” So let’s do this. Let’s do better by supporting the lives of adolescent girls and ultimately honoring the best within ourselves and each other. To learn more about The Girl Effect, just go to http://www.girleffect.org/. To give right now, there are several quick and great ways by just going to http://www.girleffect.org/give. Sara Mohazzebi is a US-based journalist and writer. Fascinated by the inspiring stories of social activists, cultural tastemakers, and innovators, she travels the world and the US to capture these very stories and the individuals behind them. Her work has published in numerous international and domestic publications including Esquire, Teen Vogue, and Emirates Woman magazine. Follow her on Twitter @saramohazzebi. You can follow the rest of her Hypervocal Archive right here. Sara Mohazzebi Fascinated by the stories and hearts of individuals from all walks of life to "do good, be brilliant, and begin anywhere to make our world cooler, smarter, and kinder," Sara Mohazzebi is a international journalist and writer whose work has been most recently featured in Esquire, Teen Vogue, and Emirates Woman Magazine. Prior to reporting on high-profile talent and innovative social activists, she was a consultant for the Dubai International Film Festival and the United Nations World Food Program and also worked in feature film and television development and production. Addicted to travel and urban jungles by the beach, Sara has lived and written in New York City, Dubai, and her current base of Los Angeles.