Feminist Entrepreneurs Unite: in pictures

On Monday May 13, Powerbitches brought together 40 feminist entrepreneurs, innovators, and changemakers to talk about how they bring their values to their work. Here’s a glimpse at some of the players and faces in the room. Photos by Micah Bochart.

Powerbitches connect before the event. From left: Betsy Nilan of  Get In Touch Foundation , Tamara Hamden of Partera, criminal justice researcher  Jennifer Peirce , Powerbitches founder Rachel Hills.

Powerbitches connect before the event. From left: Betsy Nilan of Get In Touch Foundation, Tamara Hamden of Partera, criminal justice researcher Jennifer Peirce, Powerbitches founder Rachel Hills.

Powerbitches founder & CEO Rachel Hills starts the conversation.

Powerbitches founder & CEO Rachel Hills starts the conversation.

Cynthia Medina Carson of  WAGER  and Amy Shack Egan of  Modern Rebel  share how they incorporate their feminist values into their businesses.

Cynthia Medina Carson of WAGER and Amy Shack Egan of Modern Rebel share how they incorporate their feminist values into their businesses.

Lex Schroeder of  Feminists At Work  and the  Entrepreneurial Feminist Forum  fills us in on the entrepreneurial feminist landscape.

Lex Schroeder of Feminists At Work and the Entrepreneurial Feminist Forum fills us in on the entrepreneurial feminist landscape.

Publicist Chelsea Leibow, Alissa Medina of  Fembot , Estrella Jaramillo of  B-Wom .

Publicist Chelsea Leibow, Alissa Medina of Fembot, Estrella Jaramillo of B-Wom.

Cristina Cala of the  Why Women Project .

Cristina Cala of the Why Women Project.

Small group conversations: Therese Shechter of  Trixie Films , non-profit management consultant  Marisa Falcon , Maya Brooks of  iFundWomen , Chelsea Leibow.

Small group conversations: Therese Shechter of Trixie Films, non-profit management consultant Marisa Falcon, Maya Brooks of iFundWomen, Chelsea Leibow.

Small group conversations: Alexis Barad-Cutler of  Not Safe For Mom Group , Kait Scalisi of  Passion By Kait , creative consultant  Holly Stevenson .

Small group conversations: Alexis Barad-Cutler of Not Safe For Mom Group, Kait Scalisi of Passion By Kait, creative consultant Holly Stevenson.

Small group conversations: Rachel Piazza of  Feminist Self-Defense , Chana Ewing of  GeenieBox , Symone New of  The Doula Project , Tina Aswani Omprakash of  Own Your Crohns .

Small group conversations: Rachel Piazza of Feminist Self-Defense, Chana Ewing of GeenieBox, Symone New of The Doula Project, Tina Aswani Omprakash of Own Your Crohns.

Small group conversations: Mendy Marsh of  Voice Amplified , Amy Shack Egan, Celine DeCarlo of  Mara Hoffman , Erin Mazursky of  Rhize .

Small group conversations: Mendy Marsh of Voice Amplified, Amy Shack Egan, Celine DeCarlo of Mara Hoffman, Erin Mazursky of Rhize.

Our big, beautifully full room.

Our big, beautifully full room.

Committing to bring our values to our businesses in new ways.

Committing to bring our values to our businesses in new ways.

After event networking: Holly Stevenson.

After event networking: Holly Stevenson.

After event networking: Mendy Marsh, Michelle Wonsley Ford of  LondonPlane Advisory , Erin Mazursky.

After event networking: Mendy Marsh, Michelle Wonsley Ford of LondonPlane Advisory, Erin Mazursky.

Powerbitches commitments.

Powerbitches commitments.

“I’m bringing feminism into my business by…”

“I’m bringing feminism into my business by…”