Building STRONGER GENERATIONS for at-risk women

Dr. Ludy Green is the 'Eye of Tiger' at Global Summit in Vietnam

June 6, 2008

WASHINGTON, DC – June 6, 2008 – Chosen from over 1,000 delegates representing the world’s most influential and successful women, Dr. Ludy Green will moderate a session at this year’s Global Summit of Women entitled, “Engaging Women and Girls in Entrepreneurship,” Friday, June 6th. Founder of Second Chance Employment Services (SCES), a rare and innovative organization which helps victims of domestic abuse achieve self-sufficiency, Dr. Green will emphasize to world leaders that true justice for victims of abuse comes only when they can achieve financial independence.


The 18th annual Global Summit of Women in Hanoi, Vietnam offers delegates the rare opportunity to meet face-to-face to learn, discuss, and share, how to advance the active involvement of women in all sectors of government and business. Set in a country where more than one-third of its’ largest companies are dominated by women, the Summit will provide a powerful forum for the exchange of ideas among the world’s best and brightest business, professional, and governmental leaders.


Dr. Green’s session will include a panel of representatives from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia who will offer diverse strategies for recruiting women to seek meaningful and long-term employment. As the visionary behind Second Chance Employment Services, which specifically helps battered women through a comprehensive training process including resume building, interview counseling, hair care and outfit makeovers and in many cases, job placement, Dr. Green’s example is not only worth noting, but as she hopes, worth imitating.


An expert and veteran in the field of HR management for over 15 years, Dr. Green, who speaks five languages fluently, founded Second Chance Employment Services in 2002. As an advocate for women and children for over 16 years, Dr. Green has used her educational and professional experiences to pursue her dream of ending domestic abuse. So far, SCES has successfully placed over 400 women in steady jobs.


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