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She traveled the world and discovered that everybody wants the same three things

Humanitarian work has taken Nina Morency-Brassard all over the world, including a remote village in Morocco and Turkish coastal towns crowded with Syrian refugees. But she’s learned that everybody wants the same things—safety, good health, and opportunities for their children.

“Literally everywhere I’ve worked in the world, it’s boiled down to that,” says Morency-Brassard, 29, who works for the International Rescue Committee in emergency preparedness and response. “And those are all things that we recognize that our parents wanted those opportunities for us.”

Fusion is profiling 30 women, all 30 or younger, who will change the presidential election—fighting for causes as diverse as their backgrounds, each wielding power in a unique way. You can check out their stories here and talk about them with the hashtag #the30.

She traveled the world and discovered that everybody wants the same three things

Humanitarian work has taken Nina Morency-Brassard all over the world, including a remote village in Morocco and Turkish coastal towns crowded with Syrian refugees. But she’s learned that everybody wants the same things—safety, good health, and opportunities for their children.

“Literally everywhere I’ve worked in the world, it’s boiled down to that,” says Morency-Brassard, 29, who works for the International Rescue Committee in emergency preparedness and response. “And those are all things that we recognize that our parents wanted those opportunities for us.”

Fusion is profiling 30 women, all 30 or younger, who will change the presidential election—fighting for causes as diverse as their backgrounds, each wielding power in a unique way. You can check out their stories here and talk about them with the hashtag #the30.

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