Modern Women Doing Great Things: Simone Nsouli

The Lyla Nsouli Foundation for Children’s Brain Cancer was established for Simone’s three year old daughter, Lyla, who lost her 5 month battle with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gilioma (DIPG) in January 2012. There is no effective treatment for DIPG, a brutal brain cancer which affects only children. Due to the lack of funding, research has been limited and progress has been slow, leaving these children and their families with no hope. The foundation is dedicated to funding research that can produce a significant change in the prognosis for these children with the development of effective treatment options. The Lyla Nsouli Foundation

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Modern Woman Doing Great Things: The Chelsea Wellness Coach

 

The Chelsea Wellness Coach, Katie Millet, runs a Harley Street clinic helping people holistically rebalance following major illnesses or setbacks. She uses both nutrition and lifestyle shifts as tools to achieve their desired medical and personal goals.

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Modern Women Doing Great Things: Gill Murray

 

Gill is a freelance photographer and stylist specializing in food photography. She works with leading food producers, restaurants, hotels and publishers.

So as the holiday season kicks off we are featuring a woman that’s work makes us all a bit peckish.

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Modern Women Doing Great Things: Whitney Bromberg Hawkings of FLOWERBX

Whitney Bromberg Hawkings delivers the chicest flowers direct from the growers to your front door. Her secret? She sticks to one flower and makes a statement. No frilly arrangements and definitely no baby’s breath or carnations in her arrangements! In addition to her gorgeous bouquets she is credited with some of the most coveted floral installations- from Louis Vuitton during Paris Fashion Week to Annabels Mayfair celebrating The Chelsea Flower Show. Visit her website FLOWERBX to order on-line.

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Modern Women Doing Great Things: Gia de Picciotto founder of Edible School Garden

Edible School Garden was started to allow children to learn where food comes from and to make smart choices at a young age. By involving children in the planting of healthy food they develop a healthy and exciting relationship with nutritious food. Teaching children about where food comes from and to make healthy choices is a right, not a privilege!

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