“At that moment, I knew that women and girls could do anything they want if they set their minds to it.”
Woman leading a meeting in conference room

This was what Colette Honorable felt when she heard the story of Malala Yousafzai. A young Pakistani girl who, just three years after being shot in the head by the Taliban, won the Nobel Peace Prize for the very same thing she was shot for – speaking publically about girls rights to education.

In the latest edition of the video series celebrating our partnership with #SeeHer, Colette Honorable talks about how seeing and hearing of another woman’s triumph helped to empower her “to do more and to do better.”


To watch other videos in Reed Smith’s #SeeHer series, visit our YouTube playlist.