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BIOGRAPHY | "Educating a girl is the key to escaping the cycle of disease, discrimination, and poverty. As women who have a voice, we can raise it together and speak out for those who cannot." - Dayle Haddon
Dayle Haddon is the founder of WomenOne, a non-profit helping to bring education to women and girls globally. In addition to serving as the L’Oréal Global Ambassador for Women of Worth, she is an Ambassador for UNICEF and a member of the Council of Foreign Relations. She has traveled extensively in Africa and to South America for nonprofit organizations on behalf of women and children and has written for CNN, the Huffington Post, Redbook, iVillage, Interview Magazine, Glamour and Marie Claire. Dayle has been a regular contributor for CBS’s The Early Show and speaks frequently on female education issues. She most recently spoke at the United Nations on the importance of literacy for girls. Dayle has been in the beauty and fashion business for more than thirty years and is the only person to have four major contracts as the face and international spokesperson for L’Oreal, Revlon, Estee Lauder and Max Factor. Dayle has written two international bestselling books on inner and outer beauty and living in balance.
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