WIRe Global Scholarship Fund2019-05-15T07:09:25+00:00

WIRe Global Scholarship Fund

WIRe’s Global Scholarship Fund aligns with our 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’re thrilled to be partnering with the ESOMAR Foundation to support women in need around the globe. We awarded our first scholarship in 2017 to Innocent Rwamba Nyaga in Kenya, (read more about the recipient here), our second scholarship in 2018 to Esther Tot, a female student in Cambodia (read more about Esther here) and are proud to announce we’ve now funded our third scholarship, to Maria Paola Loy Vilagran, a female student in Guatemala (read more about Maria here.) We couldn’t have funded these scholarships without the support of you, our community, along with a matching grant from Unilever.

We are excited to announce that we will be working actively in 2019 to fund our fourth scholarship! Help us keep this program going and support female students pursuing degrees in market research related fields around the world. Give to WIRe’s Global Scholarship Fund; your donation is tax deductible and truly makes a global impact. Thank you for supporting the next generation of Women In Research.

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