All too often, there’s a disconnect between how women are portrayed in popular culture and the media, and how women see and portray themselves.  Sarah Crowell, Joanna Macy, Susan Griffin, Sofia Quintero and Akaya Windwood take apart gender politics and put them back together with the emotional intelligence that is shifting the definition of power and fostering new models of women’s leadership.

ON Bioneers | April 4, 2014 | 9:30 am

Heart to Heart: Women’s Leadership in Transforming Culture

All too often, there’s a disconnect between how women are portrayed in popular culture and the media, and how women see and portray themselves.  Sarah Crowell, Joanna Macy, Susan Griffin, Sofia Quintero and Akaya Windwood take apart gender politics and put them back together with the emotional intelligence that is shifting the definition of power and fostering new models of women’s leadership.

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