SheCanHeCan (formerly GenderHopes) was established in 2011 as a Monaco-based organisation.
A long-time advocate to end gender-based violence and discrimination, GenderHopes launched the first website www.monacosaysnotoviolence.org as well as a brochure that was distributed nationwide to inform and assist victims of domestic violence in Monaco.
You can read more about our mission and vision here.
View our presentation video here.
For more information and to keep up to date with our latests work and events, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on our social media pages listed below.
Meet The Team
Vibeke Brask Thomsen, MA
Vibeke Brask Thomsen graduated with a Master in Public Policy and a Master of Arts in Russian and Eastern European Studies from the University of Michigan in 2006.
She then moved to Brussels where she worked at the International Security Information Service as Programme Officer on arms control, disarmament, gender and security and nuclear non-proliferation. In 2011, she returned to Monaco and founded GenderHopes which became SheCanHeCan in 2017.
After a Master’s in Finance at ISC Paris Business School, Nastasia moved to Monaco to start her career at KPMG in audit. After a few years, she joined a private company as a Finance Manager dealing with accounting, finance, and audit.
She joined SheCanHeCan in May 2022 as a treasurer, she is looking forward to helping the association.
Having grown up in Perth Western Australia, Georgia is now a student at Sciences Po Paris’ Menton Campus, studying Political Science.
Georgia has always been passionate about women’s rights and gender equality in all its forms, and seeks to use her studies and experiences to inform herself further of the plight for women’s equality globally. She is especially passionate about young girls’ education and the importance of everyday language and representations in framing individuals’ perspectives on gender expectations. She can’t wait to help in the great work of SheCanHeCan to spread awareness of such important issues.
Our Sciences Po Intern
Louise Holmström is originally from Sweden but has never lived there. She was born in Monaco and grew up in Switzerland and England. Louise holds a BA in Media and Communications from the University of Leeds.
Louise has always been a proud feminist, and her courses at university allowed her to explore further what feminism means today with our ever-expanding use of technology and media. Louise is an expert in media and understanding its effect.
She looks forward to being involved with social media and continuing to see SCHC grow and spread its very important message.
Kasey Robinson BA (Hons) MSc is a Project Manager at SheCanHeCan. Originally from the UK she has also lived and worked in the US, France and Monaco. She has a Masters degree in Gender from The London School of Economics and Political Science and over the years has worked with a number of companies and organisations.
She works with SCHC as a specialist Inclusion and Equity and Diversity Facilitator and Consultant. Kasey will be project lead on SCHC's ongoing Inclusion and Diversity workshops and projects in companies and schools and on our new Monarègles initiative. In her spare time, Kasey runs a page on Instagram called Proud of my Period.
Kasey Robinson, MA
Project Manager / Programme Leader