Coming in February 2018: "She Opened the Door" 

On Saturday Feb 10, 2018 at 2:45pm Hannah Rosenzweig will moderate a panel at Columbia University's first-ever women's conference: "She Opened the Door." The panel is entitled: Making Our Voices Heard: Women, Politics & Civic Engagement in 2018/2020. "She Opened the Door" is a weekend-long program of events celebrating our powerful network of women from all 18 Schools of Columbia University (more than 220,000 women), whose Columbia connections and perspectives expand horizons and broaden impact in the world — personally and professionally. The conference will include valuable engagement and development opportunities through personalized workshops, roundtable discussions, and relevant and dynamic speakers, including U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg '59LAW. **Please note: website and registration link coming soon!



>>WOMEN'S MARCH YOUTH EMPOWER IS LIVE! Hannah is a Strategic Advisor to this youth initiative. Check it out by clicking HERE.

>>The Women's March was named Glamour Women of the Year 2017. Hannah attended the awards on November 13th. Here is a photo of the national team on stage accepting the award. Mia Ives-Rublee gave a moving acceptance speech on behalf of the team.

Women's March on Stage accepting Glamour Women of the Year Award, 2017

>>OCTOBER 2017:

Hannah just returned from the Women's Convention in Detroit, MI. She was on the National Organizing team for the Convention, organizing panels and workshops in the Convention's Youth Track. She also produced this video:


News! April 2017

Intention Media's Founder, Hannah Rosenzweig, awarded a Rockwood JustFilms Fellowship! 

Fellowship Description: Rockwood Leadership Institute and the Ford Foundation JustFilms initiative are proud to the launch a third cohort of the Rockwood JustFilms Fellowship, a leadership development program to catalyze a shift in the leadership and collaboration capacity of leaders working in film and social change. 

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