Feminin Pluriel Global wishes to pay tribute to inspirational women with an Award attributed each year at the International Congress.
These women will be rewarded for their talent, the creativity of their work, their boldness, their ethical values and their contribution to society in general, in field of excellence such as Philosophy, Science, Sport, Literature and Entrepreneurship.
Elodie Attias officially received the Féminin Pluriel Global Award 2018 during a ceremony at the Little Beach House, Los Angeles. The trophy was remitted by Jessica Matoua, General Secretary of Féminin Pluriel Paris, in the name of Féminin Pluriel Global (photo). As a sign of engagement with our network, we are happy to announce that Elodie is now the new Feminin Pluriel Los Angeles Ambassador. We wish her continuous success in her career and in her role as an Ambassador of Féminin Pluriel.
The Féminin Pluriel Award 2019 will be presented on June 14 during the Annual FP Global Congress in Geneva.
About the Winner 2018: Author, screenwriter, born and raised in Paris, Elodie wrote her first book, a memoir, “La Carte Chance” (The Lucky Card) published by the prestigious JC Lattès, about her fight against bone cancer at age 23 and how the U.S. Green Card Lottery saved her life. Through her own experiences, and her new book “We are Heroes”, Elodie hopes she can help others instill self-belief.
new book “We are Heroes”, Elodie hopes she can help others instill self-belief.
Elodie sets out to inspire others to be their own hero and heal their past. Through steps that she learned throughout her life, she lays down the map of how to connect with one’s intuition, heal the past and live in a blissful state. The book takes the reader on a straight forward spiritual journey to find his or her authentic self and purpose in this lifetime. Tools are provided on how to stay present and develop your intuition, and most importantly, change the negative thought patterns that block your dreams. It is a must read for anyone wanting to connect with their authentic self and unleash the hero within.
Elodie now lives in Los Angeles. Following the success of her book in France, Elodie was called to Hollywood to write the screenplay of her memoir and make a movie about her life. She finds that writing books and screenplays, allow her to combine her passions for art and spirituality while helping make the world a better place.