The Empowerment Project
Over the span of 30 days a little more than two years ago, a group of female filmmakers made a 7,000-mile trek from Los Angeles to New York in search of stories and examples of inspiration for America’s next generation of women. The result was The Empowerment Project, a full-length documentary spotlighting 17 women in a variety of fields – from pilot and biologist to congresswoman, ballerina, and beer maker.
A screening of the film, directed and produced by Emmy winners Sarah Moshman and Dana Michelle Cook, is followed by a panel discussion revolving around its central question: “What would you do if you weren’t afraid to fail?”
Co-presented by Organizing for Action.