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We Care For Humanity Founder and President Maria Amor Visits International Women’s Center in Atlanta, Georgia

Maria Amor, Mary Panos, Marje' Etheridge

Maria Amor, Mary Panos, Marje’ Etheridge

What will Maria Amor do next?  We Care for Humanity (WCH) Founder and President, Ms. Maria Amor, has just concluded a back to back official visits to the Republic of Indonesia and the Philippines last August, as an invited speaker in the International Spices Conference at the Aston Ambon International Hotel, Maluku, Indonesia.

While in Jakarta, she was officially installed as the World Peace Head Representative for California, USA of the World Peace Committee headed by Dr. Dyuyoto Suntani. The highlight of her Indonesian visit however, was her conferment of Doctorate in Divinity by the Board of STT Hagiasmos Institute of Theology led by its Head Dr. Johan Pasaribu.

After her Indonesian trip, Maria Amor immediately embarked in a Feeding Program and Goods Distribution Program for the Abatex Community, a dumpsite community is located in Montalban, Province of Rizal in the Philippines where about 100 families are informal settlers for more than a decade now. She was joined by several companies which are firm believers of WCH’s mission.

Nearly a decade into doing community works, service to the nation and humanitarian missions mostly in California and selected Asian countries, Ms. Maria Amor could not look more at home when she is with her favorite subjects and constituents, the poor, the homeless, the underserved and the needy.

Adding another feather in her cap, Maria Amor is set to attend the International Women’s Center Conference aptly titled “Women as Emerging Markets: Leveraging Growth Strategies through Corporate Partnerships” organized by the International Women’s Think Tank, a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia.

 The high-profile conference, to be held in Agnes Scott College, Rebekah Scott Hall 141 E. College Avenue Decatur, Georgia 30030 on October 17, 2013, will have Ms. Claire Mathonsi and Ms. Sixolile Delight Ngocobo, Head of the Business Women’s’ Association of South Africa as Special Guest Speaker.

Other VIP’s and Conference Speakers include Honorable Consul General Republic of Liberia Cynthia Blandford, Ms. Justina Mutale – African Woman of the Year 2012, Lady Kate Njeuma – Miss Africa USA Pageant Founder, Dr. Paddy Sharma – Indian American Cultural Association, Attorney Dara Mann – McKenna Long & Aldridge, LLP,  Mr. James Bailey – Operation HOPE, Inc.,  Ms. Deborah Johns – Sprint, Mr. Emerson Bryan – Atlanta Regional Commission, Ms. Claire Angelle – City of Atlanta, Office of the Mayor, Dr. Cheryl Hill – Integrity International Consulting Group,  Ms. Suzette Salandy – Salandy Enterprises, Inc., Ms. Charlotte Johnson, U. S. Small Business Administration, and a lot more prominent men and women of great substance.

This year, Maria Amor is personally invited by the International Women’s Center through Ms. Marje Etheridge, who is an equally prominent figure in Atlanta as a film maker and works for the Atlanta Wealth Association. In Atlanta, Ms. Amor is set to make presentations which will feature the and introduce the different innovations and projects of WCH which are all global solutions to education, health, wellness, peace and poverty. Highlight of which is the introduction of WCH’s flagship project, the Annual Global Officials of Dignity (G.O.D.) Awards, which is now on its second year. Finally, Ms. Amor is set to officially open the We Care for Humanity Atlanta Chapter with the group of Ms. Etheridge as direct partners.

On this international conference on women, Ms. Amor excitedly share, “We at the We Care for Humanity are just so happy and humbled by this another experience, which is to be linked with the great men and women who commonly share the great aspirations of advancing the causes of women empowerment globally. And to Ms. Marje Etheridge, my great gratitude for this opportunity to introduce WCH to great women leaders of the world.” Quite fittingly, Ms. Amor’s trip is made possible under the auspices of the Mrs. Mary Panos, a world-renowned Inspirational Speaker, Author, and a fierce Advocate for World Peace. “I thank Mrs. Panos for her extreme generosity in sponsoring this trip of mine, I will make sure that she made the right decision in advancing the women’s causes through this gathering,” added Ms. Amor.

“We are equally happy and proud in having Ms. Maria Amor of We Care for Humanity to attend this International Women’s Conference in Atlanta this year. Surely, her global humanitarian experiences will be a rich discussion pieces for this conference. Ms. Amor’s natural warmth and articulate personality will be an added value to this gathering,” commented Ms. Etheridge.

Founded in 2011,We Care for Humanity (WCH) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to improve international relations across borders through the promotion of education, health, wellness, culture and the arts. For membership and detailed information, visit our website at

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Princess Raden Dato’Seri Maria Amor Torres is one of the world’s naturally noble people. She has been risen to great heights by her love of humanity. She is the founder of We Care for Humanity, an international NGO, and the creator of the Global Officials of Dignity Awards which link humanitarians by a silken thread to a web of like-minds stretching the world. A non-political influencer of world affairs for peace, Amor strives to spread humanitarianism throughout the world via "The Traveling Princess TV Show" which broadcasts internationally and raises the profile of the greatest humanitarians of the world, many charities, and the issues they address. Maria Amor is the adopted daughter of the Philippine Royal Families of Baloi and Sulu and honorable princess of Jambi, Indonesia. Her royal status was sealed by Government decrees and has received the highest honor awarded to royalty, the Derjah Kerabat. She is a multi-awarded humanitarian and peace icon, and a seasoned diplomat representing various organizations and kingdoms worldwide. Princess Maria Amor is a published author and artist.

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