On May 30, 2019 FHCi had the opportunity to send one of our HP Supervisors, Amy Rozen, to The Global Woman’s Entrepreneurs Conference (GWE). We saw this as an amazing opportunity to bring homeoprophylaxis to the White House and present our platform of access to HP.
Free and Healthy Children International (FHCi) is a 501(c )3 charitable organization predominantly run by women and serving women, and offers access and supervision to the HP program for their children. We are seeking to create our own economic viability. Amy’s experience at the GWE will serve to inform our program offerings to ensure we consider the specific issues facing women and the challenges they face of standing up for their investment in the health of their children’s immune systems.
Here is what she has to say.
“I’m thrilled to have had the honor of representing FHCI at the GWE Conference today in Washington D.C. There were approximately 100 people in attendance. I had the pleasure of speaking with many of the attendees and organizers, across many fields, and distributed FHCi materials. Most of the people I spoke with had never heard of Homeoprophylaxis, and they were happy to learn about it.
Founder and President of GWE, Manikya L. Linga and her GWE team did an fabulous job, organizing both a White House Tour and a Capital Tour for all of us, as well as a line-up of 6 speakers at the conference. Speaker’s topics ranged from enforcing federal laws against discrimination in the workplace, to the intersection of domestic abuse and immigration.
The presence of Free and Healthy Children at the White House, the Capital, and at an international conference is both momentous and optimistic, as well as being reflective of nature of HP’s great potential in playing a critical role in the world regarding public health. As FHCi Supervisors and Family Members, our continued work is to inform not only the entrepreneurial movers and shakers, but also our elected government officials about the safety and efficacy of HP and its widespread potential in serving the health of children in the U.S. and around the world.”
Many thanks to HP Supervisor and Board Member Kavitha Kukunoor, who, through her associating with GWE’s, was instrumental in making this day possible.”