WIRe Global Scholarship Fund

The WIRe Global Scholarship Fund aligns with WIRe’s global mission to advance the contributions of women in research, both for themselves and the greater good of the industry–particularly in economically challenged or conflict markets.

We are happy to announce that our most recent program in Kenya helped fund the education of an exceptional African female student to give her the chance at a rewarding career in market research, and it also helped to advance the voice of women in research as well as the voice of African women in the practice. This program would not have been possible without the collaboration of ESOMAR Foundation, the MSRA, and a generous matching commitment from Unilever. Thank you to all who contributed, and helped us meet our US$10,000 goal! You can learn more about the Kenyan scholarship here.

Building on the success of the Kenyan scholarship award, we are now raising funds to support a female student in Cambodia to study a discipline related to market research.  Like Kenya, Cambodia is a prime location to award this scholarship because of the engaged research community and growing market research industry.

Let’s continue to make a difference as a community and support the future of market research around the globe!

Support WIRe’s Global Scholarship Fund, by donating directly to the Cambodia scholarship program below.

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  • Leigh Brin Bell

  • Marie Melsheimer

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