Washington Post Live and Tina Brown Media Partner to Host Global Women’s Summit

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Washington Post Live and Tina Brown Media today announce a partnership to host the annual Global Women’s Summit, a one-day event in November that will provide a unique view through a journalistic lens on the women who are blazing new trails every day. innovative and daring. Whether in business, law, finance, entertainment, philanthropy, technology, national security, or politics, the Summit will provide candid and thought-provoking new analysis and assessments on the #metoo revolution, the gender pay gap, legal issues parity and the changing workplace.

“The socio-economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic has had an outsized impact on women, reinforcing the need for lucid, actionable conversations about work, family, and opportunity that lead to meaningful progress toward equity for women around the world,” Kris said. Coratti Kelly, Director of Communications and Managing Director of Washington Post Live. “We couldn’t imagine a better partner in live journalism than Tina Brown, the visionary behind some of the most groundbreaking discussions on women’s rights today. Together, leveraging the expertise and power of the Washington Post newsroom, we look forward to launching the Global Women’s Summit in hopes of generating new ideas that spur action.

The one-day global event will chronicle action at the forefront of change around global leadership, financial fairness, the #MeToo backlash, workplace reform, and developments that have come to the fore by the pandemic, including women’s struggles with high job losses and increased burdens of unpaid care work. Discussions will feature leading voices on these issues from across sectors, including the men who play critical roles in advancing gender equity globally.

“This is a time when the world needs to hear from smart women who will not be silenced by censorship, patriarchy or injustice – the women who wake us up and galvanize innovation and change,” said Tina Brown, CEO of Tina Brown Media. “I’m thrilled to collaborate on this influential reunion with Washington Post Live, delivering provocative first-person storytelling that promises to inform your worldview.”

The Washington Post Live Global Women’s Summit in partnership with Tina Brown Media is supported by Presenting Sponsor AARP.

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