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  • Mindy Nguyen

    I appreciate Gap's effort to help shape women's leadership skills in Cambodia, and hearing Ket's own story really brings the P.A.C.E. program to life.

  • Michelle Cruz

    I appreciate that the P.A.C.E. program not only contributes to shaping women's leadership skills in the workplace, but also encourages them to do so in their personal lives - especially with financial literacy. I think it's great that they empowering women in the workplace and encouraging them to be goal-oriented. I'm interested to see how this program evolves over the next year or so.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    While writing this, it was wonderful to hear about Ket Phally's perspective. I think that this program is definitely a step in the right direction for female garment workers.

  • Casey Dennehy

    It's great to see how educating women can help them not just in the workplace but in their home life too, helping them economically on both fronts.

  • Jared Moscow

    It's great to see that over 20,000 women have participated in the program so far!

  • Chelsea Spann

    The stats here are amazing! Who knew that positively influencing and/or mentoring coworkers would better work habits and empowering these women outside of work as well? Phally's story is so inspiring - thank you for making me want to work harder in my workplace as well.