A Recap Of The First-Annual In Good Company Conference
Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
Photography by Photographed by Kara Brodgesell
It’s been over three weeks since the inaugural In Good Company conference debuted. And, honestly, we already can’t wait to relive it all over again. On September 29, nearly 400 like-minded women gathered on San Francisco’s waterfront to connect and discuss topics swirling around a very specific (and often overlooked, but rapidly growing) demographic—creative, entrepreneurial mothers. The day-long event was a mix of on-stage content, featuring a roster of impressive talent, and plenty of off-stage fun and connection.
The hunger for deep discussions around juggling a career and children, career highs and lows, the inescapable influence of social media, rampant sexism, building a greater culture of love and acceptance, and a general overturning of the patriarchy was evident, with audience members nodding their head in agreement, shaking their heads in disbelief, laughing, crying, and standing on their feet in a standing ovation to cap the day.
As media sponsor, Mother was there to take it all in, chronicling the incredible street style of the day (check that out here), hosting a photo booth, and providing a recap of the day’s varied activities below. For those of you who weren’t able to snag a ticket to the sold-out conference this year, note that there’s a digital pass available online.
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