Lauri LevenfeldEditor's NoteSan Francisco, CAPhotography by Andrea Posadas
After a year of having so many ideas swirling around in my head, I am excited to be launching our new site The Womens Project and our adjoining business THE PROJECT – two businesses that marry everything I have set out to do since TMP’s conception.
First off, it makes me very happy to broaden the spectrum of The Moms Project into the new overall site The Womens Project. We will not leave out moms in any capacity, as they will still have their dedicated page and stories that are relevant to moms and others. But the site will broaden to create a more diverse and even more dimensional scope, including all women in all areas of interest, inspiration, and achievement.
By broadening the focus, we are allowed the opportunity to build a bigger and more supportive community for our readers and the women who participate in this site. Our newest section being dedicated to a younger generation who inspire called The Prodigy. You will not believe the individuals, the stories and the successes- at such a young age!
The site will now include retail, along with its current stories, inspiration and resources. And readers will have the opportunity to be conscious consumers- turning a percentage of each buy into direct support of another woman in the community.
|I created THE PROJECT to bring The Womens Project into full circle as a place for information and growth, but also realization and funding. Bi-weekly we will feature a fabulous Guest who will share their inspiring story and curate their own boutique of must-have items. A contribution from each purchase will be made to the fund and to supporting someone’s business goals and entrepreneurial dreams. We couldn’t be more excited to share the women helping to make this launch exceptional. We have four tremendous stories including: Lysa Heslov & Children Mending Hearts, The mother-daughter duo Anastasia and Claudia Soare behind beauty empire Anastasia Beverly Hills, blogger & art director Maia MacDonald Smith of DesignConundrum and Rue Magazine, and the founder of Zooey Magazine & Lucia Tran Media and our first prodigy story, Lucia Tran. Enjoy! xo, Lauri|
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My name is Rodney Syaranamual,an Australian Native living in California. I am a Choreographer and Dance Fitness Inspirer. I was watching an interview with Lauri this morning on the Television. I loved what i saw and it reminded me of how much I would love to be able to contact her to share an idea of a program I feel would so complement what she has done already and what she loves for when it comes to the Project!!! Is there anyway you would be able to put me into the right direction?
I look forward to hearing from you.
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