2017 brought a sea change in gender equity and power. With the rise of the #MeToo movement, new opportunities and challenges have emerged to ensure all sectors — from corporations to government and beyond — are equipped to support women and girls at all levels. How can the momentum for women’s empowerment be harnessed for lasting, systemic change? The leaders of the Aspen Forum on Women and Girls, Anne Mosle and Peggy Clark, will facilitate a dynamic conversation with activists, CEOs, and entrepreneurs who are pioneering bold ideas on the rights, potential, and power of women and girls. Tarana Burke of #MeToo and Reshma Saujani of Girls Who Code will join this panel.
Peggy ClarkVice President; Executive Director, Aspen Global Innovators Group; Dir...
Anne MosleVice President, The Aspen Institute; Executive Director, Ascend, The A...
Reshma SaujaniFounder and CEO, Girls Who Code; Author, Women Who Don't Wait in Line
Tarana BurkeSocial Justice Activist; Senior Director, Girls for Gender Equity