Talking Motherhood & More
As a Bay Area transplant, it was incredible to have Ariel be asked to participate on a panel discussion last week in San Francisco, featuring some truly inspiring women, including Amy Williams, CEO of Citizens of Humanity, Meghan Higney, COO of True Botanicals, Emily Holt, owner of Hero Shop, and moderated by my girl Angela Tafoya of Lonny Mag.
In celebration of Citizens' #WeAreHumanity campaign and their latest Humanity Magazine issue, the group of women talked motherhood, the notion of wanting—and maybe having—it all, thriving in their respective businesses, what it means to maintain a healthy lifestyle as a mom, and the unique career experiences that they've all experience building their brands over the years. And, a portion of proceeds from the sales that evening, went to benefit USA for UNHCR, an incredible non-profit providing critical support to refugees, helping save, protect and rebuild the lives of millions who flee violence and persecution.
Here are some of our favorite pics from the evening, hosted by The Assembly in the Mission.
And, you can support the cause now, too. For every #WeAreAllHumanity post, Citizens of Humanity is donating $10 to USA for UNHCR.
(all photos via © Margaret Austin Photography)