Co-curated and co-hosted "TEDCity2.0," a day-long TED event on the future of cities, which took place Friday, September 20, 2013, at The TimesCenter in New York, and was screened by Livestream at 138 TEDx events in 48 countries, reaching tens of thousands of people.
Honored and recognized by MORE Magazine among ten women who run the world in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the MORE/Fitness Women's Half Marathon in New York's Central Park.
Curated and hosted an eight-talk session during the annual TEDxWomen conference, which was hosted by the Paley Center for Media at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, DC.
Recognized alongside 11 other amazing women from around the world as "Rising Talent" during the Women's Forum in Deauville, France.
Opening keynote, in role of coordinator, at international summit designed to challenge the toxic culture that teaches girls and women to hate their own bodies.
Talking before the closing session with fellow panelist Wes Moore, author of The Other Wes Moore.
Post-keynote lecture with longtime reader and student activist.
Talking at TEDWomen with author Naomi Klein, TED Curator Chris Anderson, and Acumen Fund Founder Jacqueline Novogratz.
Panel discussion on the future of feminism with MORE Editor-in-Chief Lesley Jane Seymour, blogger Lena Chen, activist Shelby Knox, journalist Allison Kasic, and author Naomi Wolf.
Keynote panel on intergenerational feminism during the Starr Symposium, hosted by the University of Missouri-Kansas City Women’s Center, alongside partners (left to right) Gloria Feldt, Kristal Brent Zook, and Deborah Siegel.
Performed as “Pretty Little Heads,” alongside Jessie Arrington, Casson Rosenblatt, and Laura Howell McQueen. Proceeds from Lady Rock Camp make scholarships for Girl Camp possible.
Organized and facilitated retreat with (from left to right) filmmaker Emily Abt, social worker Raul Diaz, educator Dena Simmons, philanthropist and organizer Tyrone Boucher, environmental justice advocate Nia Martin Robinson, veteran Maricela Guzman, and actor Rosario Dawson.
Scheming with benefactor Chris Roan at the fifth annual meeting of the SSCP-NYC, as covered in Forbes and The New York Times.
Celebrating the fifth anniversary of Feministing with editorial team members (left to right) Ann Friedman, Miriam Perez, Vanessa Valenti, Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Jessica Valenti, Rebecca Fox, and Shark Fu.
Speaking on a panel with Paley Center President Pat Mitchell, White House Correspondent Helen Thomas, New Yorker Cartoonist Liza Donnelly, journalist Charreah Jackson, and World Pulse Founder Jensine Larsen.