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brigitte-perreault

Brigitte Perreault is a social entrepreneur, a human rights advocate and environmental activist. Inspired by her vision to actively participate in making a difference, in 2014 Brigitte launched her own global digital publication called Perreault Magazine. As the Founder, Publisher and Editor-In-Chief, her cause-driven publication rapidly expanded and became a platform for education, advocacy and activism. In October 2017, the publication was noticed and her longtime goal to build a prominent educational and digital activism platform about global issues came to life. Brigitte was approached by The Maven Network and has since become a Founding Channel Partner of The Maven Network. This past May, Brigitte officially launched her own Web Channel called: THE GLOBAL LEAD, covering human rights, ocean conservancy, wildlife protection, climate and energy, social entrepreneurship and leadership, women & youth empowerment, global initiatives, and ‘stories of the world’. * See Business Wire Press Release: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170302005489/en/Environmental-Activist-Human-Rights-Award-Recipient-Brigitte Brigitte has partnered with organizations such as the United Nations Foundation, TerraMar Project, Oceana, Dr. Sylvia Earle & Mission Blue, Capt. Paul Watson & Sea Shepherd Global, Rock Against Trafficking (R.A.T.), Equality Now, Together for Girls, Turning Green, Program for Torture Victims, and Earth Guardians. In addition to her global platforms, for over 15 years Brigitte has served as a volunteer for a non-profit organization called PTV (Program for Torture Victims) as an interpreter and an advocate for clients, coordinating client events, and serving as an ambassador for PTV in the Los Angeles community. On September 14th, 2016, at the 6th Annual Human Dignity Awards Dinner, Brigitte Perreault was presented the ‘Human Dignity Award – Volunteer of The Year 2016’. “She bear witness to PTV’s clients’ heartbreaking experiences and plays a critical role in their care as they begin the slow process of healing and rehabilitation.” – Trip Oldfield, Exec Dir.

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