Meet Rania Habiby Anderson, An Author Advancing the Careers of Women in Developing Nations

Rania Habiby Anderson is on a mission. She’s committed to accelerating the careers of women in emerging economies worldwide–in Africa, in Central and South America, in the Middle East, in Asia. For over four years, she has dedicated much of her time and funds to speaking with and surveying over 250 women in those regions one on one, in small and large groups, in person, by phone, or Skype, and through email correspondence. Her remarkable new book written based on this research and her own expertise is designed to provide women with the kind of frank and resourceful advice they need to succeed.Aptly titled UNDETERRED: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies is due out in early 2015.

With our help and on the basis of their own talents and efforts women everywhere will be able to find jobs, build careers, start businesses, create even more jobs, and fuel global prosperity.

Rania intends to give away as many copies as she possibly can to graduating female college seniors and start a wave of freedom and participation where the gender gap is greatest and career women strongly need support. This is their time in history to take the lead!

The ultimate vision is for the book to be translated into multiple languages, including limited to Arabic, Portuguese, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian, which can be accomplished if enough people share Rania’s dream.

Crowdfunding Success for Our Sisters in Developing Nations

UNDETERRED is about empowerment. It’s about giving a whole new generation of women in emerging economies the ability to achieve financial self-sufficiency and to make a contribution in the world.

Two Things You Can Do Today

If unleashing the success of women around the world moves you, here are two things you can do TODAY:

1. Back this campaign now! Click here. It launched on October 21 and closes on November 7. The goal is $30,000 and EVERY SINGLE DOLLAR HELPS. Donate to help young women launch their careers or businesses.

2. Help spread the word! Share this project with one person you know who is also passionate about seeing women succeed.

“ENOUGH NEGATIVITY, says Rania. “I’ve grown weary of hearing the media and others talk almost exclusively about the obstacles women in developing and emerging economies face. While much of it is true, the fact of the matter is that there are also MILLIONS of women that we never hear about who are succeeding (see I want to share women’s progress, not their plight!”