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  • Vasuhi Suresh

    It is a great inspiration for us to meet a challenging woman as Sujatha.

  • Asha Murali

    This article seems encouraging....

  • Ebin Raj

    Nice article

  • haydenzmama

    This article is great! I love this information!

  • deannamthhp

    is always inspiring to hear of women in business. Especially in counties like India.It

  • cheenster

    aww, I wish there were more people like Sujathra. this was a really heart warming video. loved it

  • Emily Friedman

    This is really inspiring! It reminds me of a much smaller-scale operation I visited in Orchha, India, which also focused on career training/economic development opportunities for women: http://tara.in/about_us.aspx

  • Theshack Ofsin

    Keep up the GOOD work. This should serve as an inspiration to many.

  • Bhuvana Bhuvana

    Good article focusing on woman business success program. Motivational examples are given for most of the women.

  • jdomasters17

    This needs to be more globalized! How awesome and what a great opportunity for these women!

  • Anantha Prakash

    They may feel the organisation as their home when they conducting these kind of events

  • Rohan Dhandha

    Must watch video !!! Highly Motivating !!!

  • Denisse Millan

    It would be great if all major companies did this sort of thing. It would show us the consumers that they are out there not just for the profits sake. Great video, keep up the good work.

  • Steve Z

    I love it when companies go out of their way to create these programs... It definitely makes me feel better about shopping there vs. other brands that would cut this program for the sake of their margins!

  • nash

    a fabulous initiative PACE and Gap Inc. , it is all about empowering women . By this , other women would be inspired.

  • moisesr

    This article was written real good! The information is true and accurate.

  • moisesr

    This article was written real good! The information is true and accurate.

  • Tim Bas

    She is a really good person. I think she will be a really successful person.

  • katieradio

    This is a beautifully shot video and an inspiring story of a woman who strives to develop her skills and succeed. I have no doubt that she inspires so many in her community.

  • myana

    Another amazing story of a woman ! We should have more like Sujatha in this world.

  • Brian Kim

    I'll admit at least 60% of my clothes come from the gap. I love the GAP, even more so now that I realize they're actually socially responsible.

  • asif.nizar

    it's hard to know that skilled workers are not appreciated like they need to be. thanks GAP for the start!!!

  • bdguth07

    She is a great worker and I really enjoyed hearing her story! Garment industry is still on the rise and I am glad that there is someone like her to keep everyone motivated!

  • leslieasmith4692

    Sujatha is such a good role model. I am going to show this to my daughter's class tomorrow.

  • Drew Salley

    This was a vry insightful article. I had no idea that the garment industry was one of the largest employers.

  • esakkiappan05

    she is a legend for the self confidence and the video taken also very perfect.a nice and great job by the authour

  • Mindy Nguyen

    Love seeing how companies are taking a more active role in positively impacting the communities they're affecting. Great job, GAP!

  • Ramla Sanju

    She is such a great icon for self confidence and hard work. There are even lots to learn from her.

  • Jared Moscow

    it's great to see companies like GAP involved in causes like this

  • hellolowo

    such an amazing story. love that companies like GAP are doing their part in the world!

  • Keanna Sheu

    What a beautiful story. I think showing media around women who have the opportunity to expand their skills and become leaders in their own right is indirectly expanding the mindset that there is need for this globally. This is well done, and what a lovely girl. Thank you for sharing!

  • Casey Dennehy

    So inspirational and beautifully shot!