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  • 22 Eki 2018

  • Does it make a woman a bad mother to work? Does it make her a bad feminist to stay home? It was these types of questions that left Andrea Stang reeling after her daughter was born in 2015 and she made several big life transitions. She's thinking it was those same questions that led to 4,000 women leaving Wichita. Andrea Stang is a leading change maker in Wichita. Her entrepreneurial journey was sparked from isolation and disillusionment in her 8-5 career. When she noticed that other accomplished women felt similarly, Andrea founded The Hive, a women-focused coworking and community space for entrepreneurs and professionals craving connection. Her mission through The Hive is to promote authentic friendships and actionable support. She loves the magic of meeting someone with an idea in infancy and connecting her to a community that helps her grow it into a success story. Today she's here to share the importance of such a space. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  • GF Marketing and Development

    I am one of the few men who is involved in a communal workspace where the majority of the rest of the people are Female. It has been one of the most and enlightening and enriching experiences to be around such a support system of women. Men could learn a lot about transparency, vulnerability, and supporting each other. Everyone should be as loving, excepting and amazing as the ladies that this young woman is gathering into hey Wichita community.

  • dev0n james
    dev0n james 1 yıl önce

    communal system for women to help women independent of society as a whole. go ahead but don't come back.

  • Deborah Dunne
    Deborah Dunne 1 yıl önce

    Brave young woman....the world is changing and you are the change. Now women are allowing themselves to reach deep down to what is really important to them and not be ashamed or afraid to go for it. I sense a deeper compassion, honesty, and openness. I also feel that more men are open to this change too and are not afraid to go deep and find their passion and follow it. Embrace the inevitable because the gates are open and there is a flood tide of good which we all will benefit from.