SheSays is an award-winning global organization focused on the engagement, education and advancement of women in the creative industries.
Founded in 2007, we have presence in 40 cities around the world with an estimated 40,000 members.
Free monthly events in cities around the world where members suggest the topics they want to hear about.
A free mentorship scheme called ‘who’s your momma?’ in selected cities.
Key global events throughout the year (awards, screenings, meetups and conferences).
We believe in stopping gender leadership imbalance by focusing on exposing our collective voices, not just the one of a happy few. And we do this by being a non-hierarchical action-based organization where:
Members have a say andour events and mentorship are free. Most organizations are committee based and people have to dish out some cash to be able to participate in the conversation.
We answer to nobody except our members. So yes, we are not for profit which gives us immense freedom to best serve our collective.
There are no barriers for entry and everyone can learn and participate in changing the ratio of women leaders in the creative industries.
We don’t just discuss women’s issues, we discuss topics that will improve our careers. And we do this almost everyday around the globe.
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