Dyllan McGee, Founder of women’s movement organization ‘MAKERS’, a Verizon Media brand inspired a new leadership event called the MAKERS Conference, which aspires to unite the most powerful, affluent and influential names in business, entertainment, technology and finance.
McGee, who accelerates the women’s movement through stories of real-life experiences that ignites passion and action, is on a mission to eradicate gender discrimination at the workplace. The women’s rights activist dedicated this year’s conference to suffragettes and passing of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago, while emphasizing on the task at hand for women around the globe.
The conference themed “Not Done” carried topics such as intersectionality, micro-aggressions in the workplace, representation in Hollywood and climate change.
McGee’s followed up on her last documentary with “Not Done”, which featured trailblazing women who’ve inspired change.
Hollywood actress Jessica Abo was present at the conference to discuss on how MAKERS is propelling the movement and what aspiring entrepreneurs could do it they fall into a creative funk.
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