Participants from the OWLC's Women & Power conference and Women Serving Women Summit define what #DoPowerDifferently means to them.

Omega: Your work has been funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. What have you learned in working with and training professionals in the mental health world?

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In 2006, social entrepreneur Van Jones was working at the local level on fundraising for children's initiatives. Three years later he was overseeing a budget of $80 billion as a member of the Obama White House. How did he get there? Watch to...

Psychologist Lubna Somjee opened the second annual Concrete Ceiling: Challenges Women of Color Face in the Workplace event to a packed room by saying, “If we sit together every day and we discuss this issue every day and we sit with our...

Omega: What advice do you have for people who are nervous about public speaking?

Barbara: Fear of public speaking is the number one fear that people, both men and women, in the U.S have. It's higher on...

Activist, youth educator and cofounder of A Call to Men, Tony Porter describes the fears that hold men back and expresses his optimism for a future of equity and social justice.

Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega Institute and the Omega Women's Leadership Center (OWLC), encourages us to engage in mindful conversation in order to find common ground & shared humanity.

A national voice on economics, Mellody Hobson is President of Ariel Investments and Chair of the Board of Directors of DreamWorks Animation. Here she tells a story about Ram Dass, freedom, and the wealth that allows spiritual transformation.

Riane Eisler, an eminent social scientist and activist, attorney, and author, explains why it's crucial to count life-sustaining labor as productive work in the economics of society.

Gloria Steinem, writer, activist, and women’s rights movement leader, reminds us that the work done in the home has to be counted as productive labor in our economy.