Kathryn Llewellyn

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Kathryn Llewellyn "has been involved in campaigning and development management for nine years and is currently the founding CEO of Positive Women. In 2007, Kathryn won the Sheila McKechnie conflict resolution award for her campaigning work on democracy in Zimbabwe. Kathryn has also led a number of international campaigns including, dignity period, which, in partnership with Bodyform, provided millions of women and girls in Zimbabwe with the dignity of sanitary protection. Kathryn has also organized a number of international HIV/Aids conferences and has led both Action for Southern Africa and Pump Aid through rapid growth periods. She has joined Global Poverty Project to lead the Live Below the Line campaign.[1]

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  1. Team, Global Poverty Project, accessed March 23, 2011.