THE VISION...It’s the year 2027 and Infamous Mothers is expanding the face of leadership across all industries. In public spaces, we are creating cutting-edge tech companies, curing diseases, changing policies, making social impact, employing hundreds of thousands of people AND helping to close the wage gap. In private, we’re breaking “generational curses,” experiencing the love of our dreams and parenting on our terms.
We know our power.
The world is better because of the contributions we make, the history we shape, and the futures we will impact.
By 11:59 pm, April 23, 2027, it is our company’s mission to make this vision a reality for 225,000 women worldwide. But to do this, first, we must talk back.
WHAT IS THE TALK BACK?
The Talk Back conference is a personal and professional development opportunity that centers the voices of women we call Infamous Mothers--women often spoken at, spoken to and spoken for but rarely invited to speak.
In this space, we “talk back” as workshops facilitators and keynote speakers.
And we call it the Talk Back because we’re challenging ourselves and each other--addressing mindsets, behaviors and old beliefs that sometimes make it difficult for us to live our best lives. We inspire other women, network and practice self-care.
THIS YEAR’S THEME...
Our 2020 theme is Welcome to the Spaceship: Technology, Business and Love. Over four days, we will cast vision, offer strategies and reflect on what it means to create a world where the women we call Infamous Mothers reclaim their right to be in spaces that often don’t anticipate, imagine or make room for them.
We are reclaiming our right to create technology, to build sustainable companies and to experience the love we want.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Who should attend this conference? With over 43 sessions and 20+ speakers, the Talk Back was designed with the following groups in mind: those interested in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) issues, entrepreneurs and professionals coming from “untraditional” backgrounds, women looking to heal from trauma, women looking to build an empowering mothering practice, women (especially mothers) looking to claim ownership of their bodies and the narratives around their lives…and the community of people interested in growing from listening to and supporting any of the above.