Yesterday the White House shared this video featuring Seth Meyers, Steve Carell, Dulé Hill, Daniel Craig, and Benicio del Toro speaking out against sexual assault. The PSA’s pegged to the White House’s ongoing 1 is 2 many campaign.The President just released new guidelines yesterday ... read more
Every day at the Conversation our inbox fills with amazing projects that make our world a better place. When we heard about what our friend @TheSingleWoman aka Mandy Hale was up to with her new book, we knew we had to share. Just like many of us, Mandy has seen ups and downs i... read more
Read down to see my thoughts on this image. I mean…..with all the awareness we have today about violence towards women I am astounded that a woman as smart and creative as Franca Sozzani would create an editorial like this one. I read this article about how she wanted to raise awareness about ... read more
We’re always amazed by the talents and passions of our community. Your voices have manifested in art, campaigns, and discussions about what it means to be a woman in this day. We’re glad to be pushing the envelope with you. Which is why we are jazzed to introduce you to a new campaign w... read more
With your help we turned February upside-down! Our Conversation community posted their self-care tips, practices, and photos across social media. Be sure to bookmark this when you need self-care inspiration! [View the story “Your #loveselfie Practices!” on Sto... read more
Jimmy Choo has become a household name, and the reason behind that is the work of Tamara Mellon. I admire her creativity as well as her business savvy as a successful female entrepreneur. Her new book, ‘In My Shoes’ tells of her struggles, her path to success, and how she wound her way ... read more
While pregnant, my wife and I were under the illusion that working from home full-time would be a tenable, if not ideal arrangement for when our daughter arrived. We chose to remain in jobs outside our chosen fields for the sake of flexibility and the opportunity to help my family out during a ti... read more
I have always worked. I’ve raised two children. I was lucky enough early on to find something that I loved doing and was very successful at. And to me this is the key because if you love it, and you’re being rewarded for it, you don’t want to give it up.