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Aminatou Sow

Co-host, Call Your Girlfriend Podcast, Cultural commentator

Writer, cultural critic, and entrepreneur Aminatou Sow are renowned as co-host of the hit podcast Call Your Girlfriend, which tackles the intricacies of feminism, pop culture, and the latest in politics. A member of the Sundance Institute Director’s Advisory Group, and previous head of Social Impact Marketing at Google, Aminatou has been named one of Forbes’s…

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Aminatou Sow is the co-host of Call Your Girlfriend, a podcast that tackles the intricacies of feminism, pop culture and the latest in politics every single week. She is a frequent public speaker, appearing at events like SXSW, Chicago Ideas Week and the Sydney Writers Festival. She convenes and facilitates conversations about the most important cultural issues of our time. She has interviewed everyone from Hillary Clinton to Roxane Gay, Kirsten Gillibrand, Ali Raisman and so many more impressive women. Her talks and interviews lead to candid conversations about female ambition, money and power.

She is a member of the Sundance Institute Director’s Advisory Group and previously led Social Impact Marketing at Google. She was named one of Forbes 30 Under 30 in Tech. She is also the co-founder of Tech LadyMafia, an organization created to increase the visibility of women working in and around Technology. She’s been nominated for the Shorty Awards Storyteller of the Year. She is currently working on a memoir about friendship with her friend, the journalist, Ann Friedman. Aminatou is an endometrial cancer survivor who lives in Brooklyn.

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    Female Ambition, Money and Power

    Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close

    Diversity and Accountabilty in Tech


    Aminatou Sow: "Shine Theory and the Art of Humility"

    P&P Live! Ann Friedman & Aminatou Sow | BIG FRIENDSHIP with Samhita Mukhopadhyay


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