- One Million Thumbprints (1MT) is a grassroots campaign seeking to catalyze a groundswell of people focused on overcoming the effects of war against women through storytelling, advocacy, and fundraising. The volunteer peacemakers of One Million Thumbprints envision a world where women are free from the fear of violence, oppression, and poverty caused by war
Belinda Bauman seeks to bring hope to women in crisis. She is a wife and mother, speaker and writer, teacher and advocate. Belinda is founder of One Million Thumbprints, and the co-founder and executive director of Together International, a nonprofit focused on community development. She is an active advocate for Wage Peace in partnership with World Relief, as well as an advisor to The Justice Conference. As the newest board member of the abolitionist organization Love 146, she seeks a day when slavery is ended. Belinda has authored articles for media outlets such as Newsweek’s Daily Beast, Huffington Post and Today’s Christian Woman, and contributed to Mastering the Middle Grades, a curriculum published by Johns Hopkins University. Belinda holds a master’s degree in education and is an ordained minister. She is married to her high school sweetheart and soul mate Stephan, president and CEO of World Relief. Together they are working to make beautiful lives near Washington, DC, with their sons, Joshua and Caleb.