Welcome to Curating Change!
We asked some of the women who most inspire us to curate their own selections from IMOW's rich global archives. The result is the Curating Change series, a series of features by Guest Curators on the global issues that matter most to them. We invite you to "Like" your favorite curator's selections, leave comments, and Take Action by engaging with the causes and organizations our guest curators support.
Leila Janah is the founder of Samasource, an award-winning social business that connects people living in poverty to work, building skills and generating life-changing income. Check out Leila's picks on EQUALITY>>
Abigail Disney is the Executive Director of the groundbreaking PBS miniseries, "Women, War and Peace," about the role of women in peace and conflict. Check out Abigail's picks on WOMEN, WAR and PEACE>>
Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker, activist, and founder of the Webby Awards. Her latest film "Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death & Technology" explores the intersection of technology and human relationships. Explore Tiffany's selections on CONNECTEDNESS>>
Hafsat Abiola is a human rights and democracy advocate from Nigeria and the founder of the Kudirat Initiative for Democracy, an organization dedicated to promoting democracy in Nigeria. Explore Hafsat Abiola's selections on JUSTICE>>
Jennifer Siebel Newsom is an activist, filmmaker, and former first lady of San Francisco. Her documentary Miss Representation exposes how mainstream media contributes to the under-representation of women in positions of influence. Explore Jennifer Siebel Newsom's selections on REPRESENTATION>>