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
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
Our team is always thinking about fun ways to inspire more women around the world. Our notebooks are filled with new campaign ideas, guests, lecture series, digital platforms—the list goes on! As we’ve been brainstorming we realized something was missing: YOU. Our Conversation community is such ... read more
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the places we’ve been, and the places we’re going, by sharing how the show has impacted your life. Have you made a decision, adapted to a situation or changed direction as a result of something you learned from the women I interviewed? Was ... read more
I’m going to start this piece with something I never use: a negative. I’ve had a DIRE few weeks, and I never, ever, say that. When I say I’m not okay, my friends’ look panicked because this does not happen; it’s like the Queen saying ‘bollocks’, impossible. A domino effect of ... read more
Amanda de Cadenet discussed The Conversation’s UK debut with Edith Bowman at the Apple Store Regent Street in London last month. Click the link below to see the interview in its entirety! Click here to watch Amanda’s full interview &... read more
If you missed last night’s live interview with Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Gavin Newsom, and Marianne Schnall to discuss gender equality, here is a really cool Storify visual re-cap that The Miss Representation team ... read more
All you need is one person, a solid force in your life, to tell you that everything’s going to be okay; to let you know that no matter what happens they’re going to have your back and that you can become or be anything you want.