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Top 1 Most Earned Social Capital (This month)

Test Person
1|
+15sc earned social capital

Top 20 Most Earned Social Capital (All time)

Women Engaged
1|
+650sc earned social capital
Atl #JobswithJustice
2|
+119sc earned social capital
Angela Saxton
3|
+104sc earned social capital
Malika Redmond
4|
+84sc earned social capital
Loretta Ross
5|
+64sc earned social capital
Valerie Redmond
6|
+45sc earned social capital
Melissa Thornton
7|
+43sc earned social capital
chris watts
8|
+42sc earned social capital
Salome Paul
9|
+40sc earned social capital
Alexandria Deans
10|
+40sc earned social capital
Kaye Camille
11|
+40sc earned social capital
Candace Gaiters
12|
+40sc earned social capital
Mikayla Brown
13|
+39sc earned social capital
Tiffany Riley
14|
+38sc earned social capital
Sophia Bax-Wooten
15|
+38sc earned social capital
Simone Jones
16|
+38sc earned social capital
Vanessa Mccullough
17|
+38sc earned social capital
Aja Ruff
18|
+38sc earned social capital
Casidy Campbell
19|
+38sc earned social capital
Sierra Witcher
20|
+38sc earned social capital

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#WELoveHerAwards Dec. 10th

Women Engaged is excited to announce our second annual WE Love You, WE Love Her, WE Love Them Awards Brunch happening Saturday, December 10th, 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. EST. Mimosas will be served at 9:30 a.m. EST for cocktail happy hour. WE’s signature Awards Brunch brings together artists, community... READ MORE »

SB456 Passes through GA Senate - The Fight is Not Over!

Today, the GA senate voted in favor of #SB456 and we are now looking to have the GA House support this as well. While the Women’s Health Protection Act didn’t pass in the senate yesterday we are hopeful that Georgia will make the right decision.These decisions deprive low income women... READ MORE »

Statement on the Vote of the Women's Health Protection Act

“In the past few years, America has assaulted women’s right to choose, and today, Congress has chosen to restrict comprehensive protection for women’s reproductive rights. We are disappointed the Women’s Health Protection Act didn’t pass in the Senate today, leaving many states and by extension, women across the country, vulnerable... READ MORE »
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