Skoll Foundation Grantee Subject of New Book


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Danville High School alumnus and Skoll Foundation grantee, Molly Melching, is the subject of the new book, "However Long the Night."

The book is about Melching's experience living and working in Africa. It documents her experiences at the University of Dakar and follows her years in Senegal as she became a social entrepreneur and one of the strongest advocates for women’s rights.


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