Hillary Clinton Honored as Global Trailblazer

Hillary Clinton, Vital Voices Awards, March 19, 2009 Last night, at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards event, Secretary Clinton was honored with a Global Trailblazer award for empowering women the world over. You can read about the other five award-winning women — from Cambodia, Nigeria, Afghanistan, and two from the Democratic Republic of the Congo — on ...

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Last night, at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards event, Secretary Clinton was honored with a Global Trailblazer award for empowering women the world over. You can read about the other five award-winning women -- from Cambodia, Nigeria, Afghanistan, and two from the Democratic Republic of the Congo -- on Vital Voices' Web site.

Hillary Clinton, Vital Voices Awards, March 19, 2009

Hillary Clinton, Vital Voices Awards, March 19, 2009

Last night, at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards event, Secretary Clinton was honored with a Global Trailblazer award for empowering women the world over. You can read about the other five award-winning women — from Cambodia, Nigeria, Afghanistan, and two from the Democratic Republic of the Congo — on Vital Voices’ Web site.

Hillary Clinton, Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards, March 19, 2009

Hillary Clinton, Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards, March 19, 2009

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton receives the Global Trailblazer award at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on March 19 in Washington.

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Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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