Curating Change 2014


Welcome to Curating Change 2014! IMOW is thrilled to bring back this popular series, showcasing a new lineup of all-star guest curators. 

Curating Change features the voices of incredible women thought-leaders, artists, and activists who curate their favorite stories from IMOW's rich global archives and past exhibitions. New curators will be added regularly through Spring 2014!

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.


Our Guest Curators

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka was actively involved in the struggle to end apartheid in her home country of South Africa and has since worked in government and civil society to promote human rights, equality and social justice. Today, she serves as the Executive Director of UN Women. Explore Phumzile's selections on PROGRESS>>

Sokari Douglas Camp

Sokari Douglas Camp is a Nigerian artist who has had 40 solo shows around the world. She uses mostly sculpted steel in her work, often taking inspiration from her Kalabari heritage to inform her sculptures. Explore Sokari's selections on RED>>

Nilofer Merchant

Nilofer Merchant is an innovator, an author, and a speaker who knows what it means to lead teams to invent the next big thing. Explore Nilofer's selections on REVOLUTIONARIES>>

Jennifer Siebel Newsom

Jennifer Siebel Newsom is a filmmaker, an advocate, and an actress. She directed and produced the award-winning documentary MissRepresentation and is the founder and CEO of The Representation Project. Explore Jennifer's selections on MASCULINITY >>

Elizabeth Gore

Elizabeth Gore is an entrepreneur, a mother, and a champion for women. She currently serves as the UN Foundation's first Entrepreneur-in-Residence. Explore Elizabeth's selections on ENTREPRENEURSHIP>>

Helene Gayle

Helene Gayle is a global health expert and president and CEO of CARE USA. Explore Helene's selections on COURAGE>>

Amina Doherty

Amina Doherty is a Nigerian feminist activist and artist and founding member of FRIDA: The Young Feminist Fund. Explore Amina's selections on ARTIVISM>>

Jessica Jackley

Jessica Jackley  is a social entrepreneur focused on empowering others through entrepreneurship and access to capital. She currently serves as an advisor with the Collaborative Fund. Formerly, Jessica co-founded ProFounder and Kiva. Explore Jessica's selections on NEW NARRATIVES>>



 


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