SXSW 2019

Since 1986, South by Southwest has been a tool for creatives to develop their careers by bringing together people from around the globe to meet, learn and share ideas. Austin, Texas is the epicenter of this annual conference, and Putting Women in Their Place was lucky enough to be part …

Meet Tanner Segbers

“Human Swiss Army knife,” is how Megan Park, founder of PWITP, describes Tanner Segbers’ superpower. And he embraces it fully. He’s a one-man band, when it comes to the creative tech stuff—content creation, videography, editing. The post-production work Tanner does so well is instrumental in the mission of PWITP. In …

Meet Megan Park

I remember when Megan Park realized her life’s mission. As her sister and life-long fan, I was lucky enough to hear about it fairly early on, as it formulated into the living, breathing PWITP that it is today. “It was in January of 2017, after the women’s march, that the …

Meet Jennifer Howd

“I see potential where others might not. And then I make connections.” Whether she is connecting people to people, people to jobs, people to opportunities, this ability is one of Jennifer Howd’s super powers. At PWITP, it is what Jennifer does on a daily basis. When she first came on …

Meet Kiki Rosatti

Kiki Rosatti is a force. She’s a woman with impressive professional experience, strong convictions, and boundless energy. Her journey with Putting Women in Their Place started at the beginning, when Megan was first getting the idea off the ground. Kiki puts two of her superpowers to great use in her …

Meet Katie Wallace

One day, Katie Wallace was perusing job listings on Indeed when she saw a post by Putting Women in Their Place. The name intrigued her (just as it is intended to do), she clicked her mouse… and the rest is history. “I don’t think I would have cared what job …

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Trickle Up Theory

There are progressive voices everywhere. In the nearly two years since the 2016 presidential election, record numbers of women have registered at their local boards of election. Why? To carry the standard of democracy into the real world—in which women make up 51% of the population but only 19% serve …

Grand Canyon

I am at the Grand Canyon. Right Now. It is my first trip to the southwest and I am vacationing with my family, doing my best to unplug and disconnect from work and the world. It is truly my goal, made all the more achievable by the fact that wifi …

Jennifer Howd

Jennifer@puttingwomenintheirplace.com

What Happened November 7, 2017

What happened on November 7, 2017, the first election cycle after the surprising day in 2016 we remember all too well? Change. Lots of it. Across the nation Progressive candidates took seats from Republicans. This first vital step towards a re-envisioned future was made possible by countless people truly energized …

Welcome to Putting Women In Their Place

Wonder Woman was released weeks ago to universal praise. School children, both boys and girls were inspired by the strong and smart character portrayed on the screen. Directed by a woman, many of the scenes are like nothing we have ever seen before. A strong woman directing a strong woman …

Kiki Rosatti

Kiki@puttingwomenintheirplace.com

Megan Park

Megan Park

Megan@puttingwomenintheirplace.com