Marsha Wallace
Co-founder, Dining for Women

One of the leading change agents transforming women's and girls' lives across the world, Marsha Wallace is the co-founder and most public face of Dining for Women. An obstetrics nurse and educator for 20 years, Marsha, a mother of four is a leading proponent for the idea that anyone, right where they are, can powerfully ease poverty, HIV-AIDS, sex trafficking, illiteracy, and other issues that impede the progress and threaten the security of women and girls around the world. In 2014, Marsha was named an Everyday Freedom Hero by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Marsha lives in Greenville, SC.


Dining for Women
Podcast #108 — Aired October 31, 2016

It all started with a group of friends, pooling funds to support women and girls in developing countries. Today, Dining for Women is the largest giving circle in the world. This week on BetterWorldians Radio, we’re talking with Dining for Women co-founder Marsha Wallace about the story behind Dining for Women, a non-profit that connects people in creative, powerful ways to promote gender equality around the world.


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