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Their first event is November 18, 2015, at National Press Club in Washington DC. Richard Lui, an anchor from MSNBC News, will be honored. Before joining MSNBC, Lui spent five years at CNN Worldwide, most recently with CNN Headline News as the solo anchor of the ten a.m. hour of “Morning Express.”

Ontario, Ca – October 20, 2015 – Benignant De Eagle Foundation is committed to -increase education opportunities in S.T.E.M education for young women. Benignant De Eagle Foundation was founded by Onyema B. Ajuogu, a young woman who understands firsthand how education can positively impact one’s life. Onyema is a passionate woman who has dedicated her life to helping young women further their education and to finding the resources necessary for them to achieve their education goals. The Benignant De Eagle is founded on the fundamental belief that giving a high-quality education to the women of developing nations will bring about immense and powerful change.

The Goal

  1. The primary goal is to impact girls and young women worldwide; helping girls and young women from developing nations to receive western-style education, to encouraging S.T.E.M. education around the world.  Benignant De Eagle strives to achieve this goal by focusing on six primary goals.
  2. To bring young women from third world countries to Western schools and universities to study science, technology, engineering and math.
  3. To encourage and inspire hope in young women and girls in developing countries to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM fields) by hosting STEM workshops which will foster their interest  to pursue post-secondary education in STEM fields.
  4. To be a catalyst for change in how the culture of developing countries views the role of women in the workplace and in society in general.
  5. To harness the power of education to empower women in developing nations to drive fundamental change in the status of all women in their homelands.

To create supplementary programs that support our students and encourage women to view science, technology, engineering and math as a tool to lift themselves up from poverty and deprivation and help them forge their destinies.

Their first event is November 18, 2015, at National Press Club in Washington DC. Richard Lui, an anchor from MSNBC News, will be honored. Before joining MSNBC, Lui spent five years at CNN Worldwide, most recently with CNN Headline News as the solo anchor of the ten a.m. hour of “Morning Express.” He also led the network’s morning political reporting throughout the 2008 presidential election. Lui anchored and reported on all of CNN Worldwide’s English-language networks including CNN US, CNN International, and HLN.

Go here to learn more about the event:  www.benignantdeeagle.org

Media Contact
Company Name: The Wright Place
Contact Person: Dr. Letitia Wright
Email: info@wrightplacetv.com
Phone: 9092359744
Address:3281 E GUASTI RD, Suite 742
City: Ontario
State: California
Country: United States
Website: http://www.benignantdeeagle.org/eagle-event-learn-about-global-education

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