The MAKERS India Annual Conference is a global women’s leadership confluence that will bring together some of the most notable and powerful names in the Indian business, entertainment, finance, technology, arts, and STEM. This leadership summit, scheduled to be held in March 2020, will explore ways to accelerate and push forward the #OurTimeIsNow movement with unapologetic conversations, pledges, compelling media content, and interactive talks.
Our MAKERS Annual Conferences in the past have included speakers Jada Pinkett Smith, Lisa Borders, Arlan Hamilton, Gloria Steinem, flight attendant activist Dusty Roads, Mars 2020 Project Engineer Lead Diana Trujillo and more.
Stay tuned for the MAKERS India Annual Conference and be a part of the change you want to see.
We believe that an equal world is a better world, plain and simple.
Our mission is to build a powerful network of women and provide them with the resources to be change-makers and alter the very fabric of conventional society. Our MAKERS are trailblazers who fight boldly for what is equal and fair. With this spirit, we are arming women in India with a platform to be their resilient, unapologetic, and fearless selves by introducing MAKERS India. Our promise is to fuel the fire to shape a bold narrative of women in new India.
Our global platform MAKERS.com features over 4000 videos and stories of over 400 women. This network includes personalities like pioneer Katie Couric; comedian Ellen DeGeneres; former US First Lady Michelle Obama; YouTube sensation Lilly Singh; writer, actor, producer Lena Dunham; Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg; athlete Serena Williams; media mogul Oprah Winfrey; actor, producer, philanthropist Eva Longoria; former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, producer Shonda Rhimes, and many more.
With the launch of this platform, we hope to amplify the voices of Indian women from all walks of life, with a focus on bringing together and celebrating the stories of Indian women in the workforce. By creating an inclusive and empowered community of women in India, MAKERSIndia can enable women to join the workforce and contribute to India’s 2025 vision of becoming a $5 trillion economic superpower.