Juliet Abdeljawad

Meet this “Shot@Life” Champion at
our Spring Luncheon on March 23rd

Reserve Your Seat with our Online Form

We hope you will attend our Spring Luncheon on Saturday, March 23rd. You’ll enjoy some great food provided by our friends at the Raindrop Turkish House. You’ll have a chance to meet some interesting people. And, you’ll learn about the “Shot at Life” Campaign during the panel discussion portion of our program.

We think you’ll like hearing from our panelists. Each of them is recognized as a “Shot at Life” Champion by the United Nations Foundation.

Here’s a brief profile of Juliet Abdeljawad. In the next few days, we’ll present a short bio for her co-presenter, Charles Swanson. To read about our third “Shot at Life” champion, Priya Desai, see this article.

Juliet Abdeljawad is one of the rising stars of our OKC chapter of the UN Association. Juliet holds a masters degree in International Studies from Oklahoma State University. Her studies focused on human development, society and education. She has a  strong interest in travel, American Foreign Policy, International Organizations and sustainable development initiatives. 

Presently, Juliet is employed by the Oklahoma House of Representatives, giving her an insider’s perspective on law-making and constituent affairs. She works as an assistant to two state representatives. 

Besides serving on the board of directors of our OKC chapter of UNA-USA, Juliet is a member of the National Women’s Political Caucus, and she is an alumni to Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority. In her spare time, Juliet  is a grant writer for khadarlis international. She is also a freelance writer for the Delta Women female empowerment group in Nigeria. You can read her blog entries here … http://deltawomen.blogspot.in/search/label/Juliet%20Abdeljawad

Juliet’s desire to alleviate poverty led to her master’s  level thesis on female empowerment through social entrepreneurship and her publication on a micro-finance entity in Alexandria, Egypt.

Shot@Life educates, connects and empowers Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save the lives of children in developing countries. A national call to action for a global cause, the campaign rallies the American public, members of Congress, and civil society partners around the fact that together, we can save a child’s life every 20 seconds by expanding access to vaccines. By encouraging Americans to learn about, advocate for, and donate to vaccines, Shot@Life aims to decrease vaccine-preventable childhood deaths and give every child a shot at a healthy life.

We hope you will choose to attend our Spring Luncheon on Saturday, March 23rd. Reserve your seat with our Online Form.

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