There were high profile dignitaries and celebrities like President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Condoleezza Rice, Madeleine Albright, Barbara Walters, Christine Amanpour, Charlie Rose and Ashley Judd. Equally as vital to the conference were women with unrecognizable names but immeasurable contributions to the betterment of our society. Learning about the different obstacles that women face in many parts of the world; the human rights that are still lacking; and most importantly about some of the brave women who are stepping forward to make changes left me INSPIRED.
Inspired to pay more attention to life outside my immediate world.
Inspired to become more active in my community as well as on a global front.
Inspired to strive harder for greatness in everything that I do.
Ashley Judd and panelists passionately discuss trafficking of girls in the United States
The Twitter stream for their hashtag #WIW2011
Sec. of State Clinton and Summit host Tina Brown with several of the speakers
Need a little inspiration? I encourage you to visit the Women in the World website. The videos and stories will amaze you.
Winks & Smiles,
Disclosure: My travel and accommodations were provided by The Coca-Cola Company. As always, my thoughts and opinions are all my own.