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Hager Eissa

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Founder, “It’s All About You Queens”


Hager Eissa is the founder of “It’s All About You Queens,” an organization that helps women of color worldwide achieve their dreams. Hager has also established programs in refugee camps in Darfur, facilitating reconciliation procedures and committees to transform conflict and build tolerance. She is a global peace ambassador for the Global Peace Chain, a worldwide movement to spread the message of peace and love. Hager believes that peace and the inclusion of women are essential for society’s growth and progress.

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