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Catherine King

United States

  • City, State: San Francisco, CA
  • Geographic Location: North America
  • Languages: English, French

About me:

As executive producer at the International Museum of Women, now part of Global Fund for Women, I am thrilled to welcome you to our online media projects. I hope you will be as inspired as I am by the stories and visions of women from around the world in our newest project, Imagining Equality: Your Voices on Women's Human Rights. I also encourage you to explore our other online projects: Muslima: Muslim Women's Art & Voices, MAMA: Motherhood Around the Globe, Economica: Women and the Global Economy, Women, Power and Politics, and Imagining Ourselves. I look forward to hearing your thoughts and comments!

My Web site:

Visit My Web site (imow.org)

Exhibit change by:

developing online media and advocacy campaigns that inspire people to take action towards social change and gender equity.

I'm passionate about:

gender equity, social justice, connecting communities, arts access, education, the environment


Recent Forum Entries

If Women Controlled the Economy

24 posts | Tuesday, July 15, 2014 6:00 AM

Terarai's Ph.D. - A Dreamer's Triumph!

1 posts | Friday, November 20, 2009 11:31 AM


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1000 Postcards for Peace!

1000 Postcards for Peace!

1000 Peace Women created a travelling PeaceWomen exhibition composed of 1000 Postcards that honor the work of all women that have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Book the exhibition today. -English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese.

Go Vote. Go Run. <br>Go Lead. Go Girl!

Go Vote. Go Run.
Go Lead. Go Girl!

Inspired to run, know you have the wits and the skills, but afraid you might not have the know-how? Then sign up for the White House Project's Vote, Run, Lead training program and learn the nuts and bolts of running for political office by focusing on areas like communications, fundraising, and campaigning.

Design a Political Poster

Design a Political Poster

Favianna designs incredible political posters and puts them online for all social activist use. In the service of social justice, use freely those black and white stickers in any and all of your leaflets, newsletters, banners and picket signs. Browse the artwork.

Support I.M.O.W.

Support I.M.O.W.

It is only with your support that the International Museum of Women can succeed in its mission to amplify the voices of women worldwide through award-winning innovative exhibitions, strategic partnerships and local public programming and events.

Contribute today by becoming a member, donating to I.M.O.W or registering for our online community. Become part of the rising global community of women and men impacting the lives of women around the world!


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From Women, Power and Politics:

The Women, Power and Politics global online exhibition (WPP) showcases women from all walks of life claiming and exercising their power. How can you exercise power in your life and work to better your community and the planet? Here are ten actions you can take!

This companion toolkit brings exhibition stories together with Web resources and how-to guides developed by leading women's organizations such as The White House Project, iKNOW Politics, Global Fund for Women, Women's Learning Partnership, and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, to name just a few.

Get inspired and make a difference! Be sure to check out our list of over 100 take actions featured during the Women, Power and Politics exhibition.

From Economica:

An Economy That Works for Everyone
A women's rights activist for over 15 years, Masum Momaya brings together her skills and experience as a researcher, educator and social justice advocate to curate Economica and Women, Power and Politics. Aside from her work with I.M.O.W., Masum writes a weekly column for the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID), is part of organizing the feminist media community and recently served on the board of the Third Wave Foundation. Dedicated to bringing together theory and practice in accessible and effective ways, she has an honors bachelors degree from Stanford University in Public Policy and Feminist Studies and a masters in education and doctorate in Human Development, both from Harvard University.

From Economica:

Human Rights and the New Economy

I.M.O.W. Global Council member Mary Robinson argues that a time of economic crisis is a perfect opportunity for improving labor conditions for workers across the world--men and women alike. Previously, Robinson worked as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and served as the president of Ireland. Robinson currently heads up Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative.


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