Inside Out Project : Miami Girls

Inside Out Project Miami Girls

Miami is the only major American city founded by a woman. Over the past 30 years the city has transformed from a mere tourist destination into a top-tier global city. Despite that transformation, the general perception remains in the beach-and-beauty mode of decades back. Miami women have to contend with the strongest negative misconceptions created by the hypersexualized image of …

Miami Girls Foundation Partners With HistoryMiami Museum for “Miami Girls Make History Campaign”

Miami Girls Make History

MIAMI (March 6, 2017) – Miami Girls Foundation a non-profit media platform announces its partnership with HistoryMiami Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate and the premier cultural institution celebrating Miami’s history the during Women’s History Month 2017. In aligning their missions the two organizations set a goal to record Miami’s history in the making by profiling today’s female leaders shaping the future …

Lauren Harper Launches Social Venture Partners | SVP Miami

Social Venture Partners SVP Miami Lauren Harper

Last year Lauren Harper was featured among 30 changemakers in our “Miami Girls Inspiring Leadership” campaign. UM School of Law alumna Harper left the legal profession five years ago to focus on cultivating the ecosystem for Miami’s social innovators. This year she is launching Miami chapter of Social Venture Partners (SVP) with the dual mission of strengthening and scaling social …

Now Be Here #3 | Miami Artists

Be Here Now Miami

On December 10, 2016 over 300 female artists working in Miami and South Florida arrived to PAMM for a historic group photograph. The gathering became the third event in Now Be Here series organized by a Los Angeles-based artist Kim Schoenstadt. Last summer Kim launched the project with the goal to give women a chance “to stand up and be …

Comic Cure ‘s Florida’s Funniest Female

Comic Cure

Comic Cure ‘s inaugural Florida’s Funniest Female took place on May 14, 2016 in Miami. The event has a goal to showcase female comedians from across the state of Florida and is designed to benefit local non-profit organizations. We went backstage to ask the contestants about what it takes to be funny and a female at the same time. The …

Best of Miami 2016 | Ekaterina Juskowski

best of Miami ekaterina juskowski

BEST OF MIAMI 2016 is a June issue of Miami Today Newspaper “highlighting individuals and institutions helping to make Greater Miami livable, lovable and legendary.” Ekaterina Juskowski, founder of Miami Girls Foundation, was nominated by Rebecca Fishman Lipsey, CEO of Radical Partners, as being a newcomer who has reached great heights. Ms. Juskowski was recognized for her work that impacts the …

Startup Nation Conference | Miami Women Entrepreneurs

Startup Nation Conference

Meital Stavinsky (Shareholder Greenberg Traurig), Leandro Finol (Executive Director of The Idea Center), and Michal Niddam-Wachsman (Consul for Economic Affairs – U.S. Southern Region Government of Israel) Startup Nation Conference is a collaboration between the Idea Center at Miami-Dade College and Tel Aviv University in Israel with the support of the Knight Foundation. The goal of the initiative is to connect Tel …

New World Symphony After Hours: GirlsWhoRock

New World Symphony Miami Girls

Friends of NWS & Miami Girls Foundation celebrate strong women in music by featuring one of Miami’s favorite rock girls—Edan Archer—in collaboration with the New World Symphony Fellows. Enjoy incredible live music, delicious Grey Goose cocktails and bites courtesy of Miami Beach Women’s Club, all in one of Miami Beach’s most beautiful historic venues. More details of the event https://www.facebook.com/events/221272211551426/ …

Ekaterina Juskowski |New Times “Miami People 2015” Issue.

New Times Miami People 2015 Ekaterina Juskowski

  “When you exclude yourself from this community, it brings everyone down and backfires on you as well.” Miami girls get a bad rap. The term conjures notions of strappy stilettos, skintight dresses, and cringe-worthy pronunciations of “supposedly.” “Just look it up on Google,” Ekaterina Juskowski suggests. “All you get are sexually charged images of women’s behinds and breasts in …