Jen Richards on the Future of Gender

A Conversation with Jen Richards The ways in which a person experiences and expresses their own identity are always shifting. With maturity, experience, and time, each person journeys to discover who they are and how they present themselves to the world. Jen Richards, an advocate focusing on racial and gender justice, looks at what happens when…

Nora Khaldi on the Future of Biotechnology

Nora Khaldi, Founder of Nuritas, is revolutionizing the food industry through the use of biotechnology. After discovering an undeniable gap between the food and pharma industries, Nora sought to bridge it by starting a biotech company of her own.   Nuritas works to discover and produce all-natural ingredients that have scientifically proven health benefits. Through…

Julia Hemphill on the Future of Labor Relations

Julia Hemphill imagines a future where gender location no longer limits the industries that women enter, and their advancement in male-dominated fields is not capped because of perceived differences. According to Julia, in coming years the term “gender” will encompass new meanings that will redefine women’s role in the workplace. With the help of advocacy and research, women will…

Shazi Visram on the Future of Food

It’s no surprise that Shazi Visram, founder of Happy Family brands, foresees a bright and healthy future for consumers. Happy Family is a leading baby food company devoted to providing families with nutritious and organic alternatives. While today’s food industry revolves around convenience, Shazi is hopeful that there will be shift toward focusing on health…

Belinda Johnson on the Future of Regulation

For Belinda Johnson, Chief Business Affairs and Legal Officer at Airbnb, the future of policymaking isn’t about deregulation, it’s about smart regulation. She intimately understands that brands can’t simply ignore innovation and advancements, but they can adapt in ways that please both consumers and company stakeholders. As our ideas around home ownership, family roles, and…

Natalie Ebel on the Future of Education

Natalie Ebel envisions a future where all children will have equal access to basic education. She’s the Director of Marketing at Pencils of Promise, a nonprofit providing quality education in developing countries. Natalie believes that educating women will have a significant impact on the world’s economy, increasing the annual per capita GDP by 25%. For…

Debbie Sterling on the Future of Play

Debbie Sterling, CEO and Co-founder of GoldieBlox, is redefining girlhood through play. Her company designs gender bending toys that inspire young girls to participate in engineering and problem solving activities. For Debbie, toys are extremely influential in determining the world’s future leaders, builders, and engineers, and she hopes to inspire girls to get involved in…

The Future According to Women

After months of dedication and contributions from countless people, we are proud to present the special feature from our summer issue: The Future According to Women. For this feature, we spoke to over 40 women from various industries – and the conversations were absolutely incredible. They overlapped in ways that we weren’t expecting, so we have grouped…

Anne Beal on the Future of Healthcare

The future of healthcare isn’t just about research and technological advancements. According to Anne Beal, Chief Patient Officer at Sanofi, the future of healthcare is all about the patient. As healthcare professionals embrace their roles as members of a customer-facing industry, the focus of providing care will shift away from output and toward the patient’s…

Madeline Stuart on the Future of Beauty Standards

At only 19 years old, Madeline Stuart is revolutionizing the modeling industry by challenging traditional beauty standards. Stuart aspires to change the way disability is perceived, not just by the beauty industry, but by the public in general. Stuart, who has Down syndrome wears her disability with pride, and in doing so, inspires other young women…