We’re Official! Quota International on Wikipedia


Thanks to the diligence and hard work of Marina Stinely, a Public Policy Intern, Quota International now has an official Wikipedia page. The process took many weeks, with hours of research as Marina poured over 96 years of Quota history. Quota International is also linked to Wikipedia’s full list of Women’s Organizations; the International Alliance for Women, Women Without Borders, Kering Foundation, and Peace X Peace are just a few of the organizations listed next to Quota. The page is live and with its creation, Quota International can be recognized for its decades of dedicated service. Click the link below to see the page and share it with everyone in your circle.

Quota International on Wikipedia.

3 thoughts on “We’re Official! Quota International on Wikipedia

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