Women in the World Summit

Women in the World Summit Write-up:

Since the summit’s inception in 2010, TK New York has partnered with its founder Tina Brown, founder of Tina Brown Live Media, to create an engaging and inspiring women’s forum.

The Daily Beast describes the summit best:

“The Daily Beast’s Women in the World Summit…and extraordinary three-day session in which some of the most powerful women on the planet met to discuss global challenges and propose solutions, in a stirring call to arms. From Queen Rania and Valerie Jarrett to Hillary Clinton, Nora Ephron and Katie Couric, the assembled blew the roof off with their ideas and their passion for change. …moments from the summit, including peace activist Leymah Gbowee urging Michelle Obama to meet with African first ladies, Meryl Streep speaking with real-life heroine, Irish civil rights activist Inez McCormack, and Diane Sawyer’s emotional conversation with Marietou Diarra and Molly Melching.”

Always providing the highest quality of sponsorship activation and direction, TK New York has had the opportunity to work side-by-side with sponsors that believe strongly in the mission behind the Women in the World Summit. These visionaries include: Toyota, HP, American Express, Coke, David Yurman, Delta, AT&T, Goldman Sachs, Thomson Reuters, Live Stream, DVF, ExxonMobil, Bank of America and Merck.

The list of summit attendees and speakers attracts women from all over the world and all walks of life. Memorable guest appearances over the years have included former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton, Diane von Furstenburg, Ashley Judd, Melinda French Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Angelina Jolie, Meryl Streep, Madame Christine Lagarde, President of Kosovo Atifeti Jahjaga, The Daily Show’s John Stewart, Barbara Walters, President Jimmy Carter, Katie Couric, and Queen of Jordan Her Majesty Rania, among many others.

[ Photos 022 - 026 - Roxxe Ireland and Marc Bryan-Brown/ Marc Bryan-Brown. Photo 27, 28, 38: Robin Jerstad/DA Media for Women in the World. Photo 29, 30, 30, 32, 37, Josh Huskin/DA Media for Women in the World. Photo 31: Thomas L. Friedman of the New York Times for Women in the World ]