Queen of Green
Ambassador Hope has led the campaign on Capitol Hill for 10 years to change old policies, create a new Foreign Empowerment Policy, identify and mobilize stakeholders to put policy into practice. Now 53 countries are standing behind her to break the final barrier to open the floodgates for the investment funds to flow at grassroots level to empower 2,166 community and faith-based groups to co-create green and sustainable communities for 13 million orphans and widows across the continent.
Ambassador Hope said “I was the first leader to incorporate scale and speed into the solution and work on a continent level, Africa has suffered through a lack of positive policies, tiny lobbying budgets and cohesive unity on Capitol Hill” she states.
Africans either at the bottom of the list or off the list altogether as 200,000 lobbyists on Capitol Hill focus on high paying countries, sectors or clients.
“It is a miracle that we have gathered funds and resources from 29 stakeholder groups to fund this journey, the love and support from orphans, widows, community and faith groups has fueled us as we overcame thousands of obstacles to empower the poor”.
African Leaders now recognize that unless the poorest of the poor are empowered with knowledge, processes and technologies they are unable to participate in the local, regional and global economies and this will hold back the prosperity of the continent.
Queen of Green is a global green cooperative brand,a network of green stakeholders from 29 diverse sectors who share a common goal of transforming their world. We unite 29 stakeholder groups to cooperate and collaborate to implement 14 Socialdevelopment Programs that will improve the quality of life for 200 million of the world's poor. Ambassador Hope developed the new Foreign Empowerment Policy for President Obama, Organizing for America and the G20 leaders. Ambassador Hope has developed a Social Investment Portfolio of 14 programs to empower the poor in 70+ countries. She passionately believes in empowering the talent and skills of the poorest of the poor to become green and sustainable. By integrating the development process to ensure energy, food, and health security is combined with education and micro-enterprises for economic security it is possible to mobilize millions of citizens to be the change they want to see in the world.