As seen in ‘Glamour:’ Meet these amazing ONE activists!
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As seen in ‘Glamour:’ Meet these amazing ONE activists!


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By now, you may know that ONE co-founder Bono was named Glamour‘s Man of the Year, in honor of his role in the fight against gender inequality via ONE’s Poverty is Sexist campaign. But have you seen the incredible ONE members also photographed in the magazine?


Photo credit: Sam Jones/Glamour

From left:

Sue Lowe works with the Desert AIDS Project and has been a ONE member for more than ten years—she even represented ONE at the New York Stock Exchange on World AIDS Day 2015.

Alicia Lowe is a current ONE volunteer and is pursuing a BA in Fashion Design at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

A’Driane Nieves is an artist, mom, veteran, and ONE member. She also founded Tessara Collective, an online mental health empowerment community for women and girls of color.

Jane Maynard is a food and lifestyle blogger who’s been a ONE member for three years.

Diana Lamon is a co-founder and co-owner of Peaches Smokehouse, a food-truck fixture of the EAT (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign since it began three years ago.

Mazelle Etessami is an active member of UC Berkeley’s ONE Campus chapter.

Carrie Cohen is the founder and owner of Los Angeles’ The Pudding Truck, another food truck that has been part of the EAT (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign for two years.

Join these women—and 7 million more members—by becoming a ONE member today!

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