SheCanHeCan was formally known as GenderHopes.
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 and too a brochure that was distributed nationwide to inform and assist victims of domestic violence in Monaco.
In September 2017, GenderHopes changed its name to SheCanHeCan to better reflect its new mission and objectives.
You can read more about our mission and vision here.
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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.
Belinda Ogden joined GenderHopes in November 2014 as Programme Coordinator. Belinda has a background in accounting, administration and organising events.
After taking time away form the formal working environment to care for her two young children, she is excited to have the opportunity to use her skill set to support the work of SheCanHeCan.
Our Dedicated Volunteers
Juli Vaughn joined the SheCanHeCan team specifically to promote fundraising events and to support a cause she believes in wholeheartedly.
Juli has been involved in the event industry for over a decade. Before moving to Monaco in 2016, she owned a floral and event design company in Atlanta and New York and travelled globally to coordinate and design parties and weddings.
Gilles Grosjean Nash
Shortly before being involved with She Can He Can, Gilles had a conversation with a family member about the equality of opportunities for men and women, boys and girls in today’s world… and the answer he received was that this isn’t an issue any more, we’ve reached equality.
However, despite the progresses of the last decades, Gilles is convinced that there is still a lot to be done to achieve the profound change in the society that is needed for true equality. That’s why he's so happy to help SCHC in its mission.
Grace, originally from Washington DC, now studies in the dual bachelor program between Sciences Po and Columbia University.
She is driven by a long term passion for gender equality and female leadership, which is why she joined SheCanHeCan as an intern. Grace is also an active member of the Feminist Union at Sciences Po Menton. She is excited to help develop programs and promote our goals.”to help SCHC in its mission.
Our Sciences Po Intern