San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The first I'mPOSSIBLE conversation of 2013 and it's a big one!
Not only does it coincide with this year's international women's day, it has also been selected to be one of the lucky 10 organisations to be included in the Women of the World (WoW) annual festival held by the Southbank Centre.
This is also our 'pay-back' edition, meaning, it's invite only to those of you who have attended our events before. Names will go into a hat and if you're lucky, you'll be receiving an email invitation for you and one guest to the March 8 edition. All you got to do is say yes! How cool is that...Keep an eye out during February 11-22 for your e-invite.
WOW is an annual, global festival where women and men of all ages and backgrounds celebrate women's achievements and discuss the obstacles they face across the world. From Wednesday 6 March to Sunday 10 March there's a diverse programme of keynote talks, performances, concerts, talks, gigs, debates and free music. The festival will present the very best of recognised and emerging female talent across all fields including politics, the arts, economics, fashion, science, health, sport, business and education. WOW also celebrates International Women's Day on Friday 8 March with free mass speed-mentoring.
For this edition, we are joined by another stellar line-up of women who keep defining and reinforcing their POSSIBILITIES:
- Gisella Asante - owner of Gisella Boutique
- Winsome Cornish MBE - ex-editor of The Voice
- Fay Hoyte - senior marketing manager, Sony Music (One Direction, Emelie Sande)
- Michelle Moore - sports development consultant
- Sheryl Nwosu - Barrister
When & Where
I'mPOSSIBLE. global CIC
I’mPOSSIBLE. is a UK registered social enterprise whose primary aim is to celebrate, connect, highlight, and promote the achievements of women of colour, globally.
Its secondary aim is to educate and empower this group by showcasing their successes, life stories and testimonies as well as provide tools to success, signposting organisations and information that will help you get there.
Thirdly, I’mPOSSIBLE. will network organisations, events, information and news as well as create conversations within the community on issues that will be of interest or affect women of colour in Britain through its website, social media platforms and specially created events.