Our partners

The power of the Aspen Forum on Women and Girls lies in our network of partners, advisors, and supporters. This network consists of a diverse and powerful community of women, men, foundations, non-profit organizations, thought leaders, academics and practitioners advancing equity for women and girls. From sharing public platforms to creating compelling content, we join forces with those who can amplify and elevate issues connected to women and girls across sectors and countries.

Collaborators include: 

  • Aspen Ideas Festival and Aspen Ideas: Health, featuring curated sessions by the Aspen Forum on Women and Girls team and community

  • The White House, co-hosting the United State of Women conference in 2016

  • Huffington Post, advancing Ascend's series on community and giving

  • The Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health at the Aspen Institute, champions committed to raising awareness of the centrality of reproductive health and rights to accomplishing broader sustainable development goals

  • TEDWomen, hosting the Artisan Alliance Global Showcase in 2016 and 2017

  • Opportunity Nation, featuring Anne Mosle at the 2016 National Opportunity Summit

  • A passionate, diverse, and powerful group of speakers and presenters, including Alicia Garza, Vivian Nixon, Melissa Harris-Perry, Arianna Huffington, Paula Johnson, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Mia Birdsong, Reema Nanavaty, Ai-Jen Poo, Donna Shalala, and many more

 
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