Previous Speaking Before 2011

Population Institute’s 31st Annual Global Media Awards

Thank you to Peter Bruce Photo and Video for the beautiful photos from this event.

Left: Distinguished journalist Rahul Singh has been chair of the Global Media Awards for 30 years!

Center: Population Institute president Billl Ryerson presenting the award for best article or series of articles to Steve Katz, publisher of Mother Jones magazine.

Right: Jennifer Brown accepting the award for best TV show on behalf of Australian documentary, “Dick Smith’s Population Puzzle.”

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International Museum of Women

San Francisco, CA Fri. 12/2 @12 pm International Museum of Women & the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Gloria FeldtGLORIA FELDT is the New York Times bestselling author of several books including No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power, a sought-after speaker and frequent contributor to major news outlets, and the Co-Founder and…

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Arizona Women’s Leadership Symposium

Scottsdale, AZ Thurs. 11/18 @7:30 am Keynote Arizona Women’s Leadership Symposium Gloria FeldtGLORIA FELDT is the New York Times bestselling author of several books including No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power, a sought-after speaker and frequent contributor to major news outlets, and the Co-Founder and President of Take The Lead. People has called her “the…

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Book Signing at Antigone’s Books

Tucson, AZ Fri. 11/19 @7 pm Antigone Books Gloria FeldtGLORIA FELDT is the New York Times bestselling author of several books including No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power, a sought-after speaker and frequent contributor to major news outlets, and the Co-Founder and President of Take The Lead. People has called her “the voice of experience,”…

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Changing Hands Bookstore: Tempe, Arizona

Top Left: A packed house waited for the reading to begin. Lots of old friends and family made this event especially special.

Top Center: I love this bookstore!

Top Right: A panel of politically astute women talk about various power tools.

Bottom Left: Debra Boehlke tells how she knew she had the power to at age 16 when she discovered she could earn money to support herself. Debra, Bree Boehlke, executive director of Emerge Arizona and Dana Kennedy, Emerge board member all shared their power political moments.

Bottom Right: Signing AZ state senate candidate (and personal hero) Rita Dickinson’s book.

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Books, Inc: San Francisco, California

Top Left: Captured at Books Inc–just a few of the powerful women in this audience: front left: Marya Stark (Emerge America board chair); middle left Google executive Rachel Payne; back row my editor at Seal Press Brooke Warner and publisher Krista Lyons; Front row center activist par excellence Marilyn Fowler representing Women’s Intercultural Network-California Women’s Agenda, and right semi-hidden by my book is environmental blogger Beth Terry of Fake Plastic Fish.

Top Right: Me and Heidi Groshelle at the Books, Inc. signing

Bottom Left: Blogger Beth Terry (check out Fake Plastic Fish) tells her inspiring story of how she used the power tool “create a movement” and got Brita to make its filters recyclable.

Bottom Right: Marilyn Fowler, stalwart leader of U.S. Women Connect and the Women’s Intercultural Network shares her power to story.

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Kepler’s Books: San Francisco, California

I had a whirlwind trip to the Bay Area, with a book event at Kepler’s Books on October 20th, and private book readings in Menlo Park and Palo Alto on October 21st and 22nd.

Left: Reading a story about baby elephants at the No Excuses event at Kepler’s Books in Menlo Park.

Center: I’d asked Marian if she wanted to have breakfast on my last morning in a week-long Northern CA tour since she couldn’t make the reading at Kepler’s. Next thing I knew she had 40 women coming for breakfast. What a send-off!

Right: The bookseller quickly ran out of books!

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Women’s Leadership Takes Center Stage at 2010 Bioneers Conference

It was such an honor to speak at the 2010 Bioneers conference, where I presented my keynote address, entitled “Riding the Leadership Wave.” I also participated in two panel discussions about women and leadership, which is no surprise, since women’s leadership took center stage at this year’s conference.

Top Left: Author and Jungian analyst Jean Shinoda Bolen, leading the charge for a 5th World Conference on Women

Top Right: Gloria and my shero Jane Goodall, legendary primatologist and anthropologist

Bottom Left: Bioneers co-founder Nina Simons, Kirwan Institute executive director John A. Powell, and Gloria–relaxing after the keynotes

Bottom Right: The illustrious Bioneers panel on Women, Gender and the Media: (left to right) Rose Aguilar, Aimee Allison, Gloria Feldt, Dori Maynard–all of us Women’s Media Center Progressive Women’s Voices alumnae

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