The talent at AOL BUILD never ceases to amaze.
AOL BUILD is excited to have Sister Rosemary, 2014 TIME 100 Most Influential honoree, to talk about her work with the daughters of Uganda. Joining her is Penny Abeywardena, Commissioner of Internal Affairs, Mayor's Office for International Affairs and Director of Girls and Women Integration at the Clinton Global Initiative.
Thanks to her humanitarian work, Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, Director of Saint Monica Girls' Tailoring Centre in Gulu, Uganda, has garnered interest from the Clintons. The Catholic nun has helped girls who were formerly held captive by Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army. Not only was she a 2014 TIME 100 Most Influential honoree, but she was also named a CNN Hero in 2007.
Joining Sister Rosemary is Penny Abeywardena, who is the former director of the Girls & Women Integration at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). Abeywardena now works with Mayor de Blasio as the International Affairs Commissioner, where she serves as the primary liaison between the city and the diplomatic community.
Sister Rosemary and Penny Abeywardena will sit down with AOL BUILD on April 20 at 4:30 p.m. Tune in LIVE on AOL BUILD (above!), as well as AOL.com's Periscope!
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