• "It was like a buffet of possibility and I wanted seconds."

    - Liz Rodil (Volunteer, Summit '15)


    Have something to share? An expert in a given field? Have an idea you want to present? Want a platform to do it? This is for you. Each summit offers a set of workshops to cater to both high school students and professional women. From Instagram Marketing, to Finding a Mentor; Staying Organized to Networking toward What You Want, our workshops offer a wide array of content and creative ways to be 1% more courageous in the real world. Find your resources, or your next biggest fan at our workshops. Catalyze Courage Summit Workshop topics are released every Fall.


    Think you got the goods? Let us know.


    This is a corner you want to be in. Catalyst Corner is the collection of InHerShoes women who are the living example of our mission. We are committed to empowering each girl to confidently define for themselves what it means to be a successful woman in this day and age. In doing so, we bring together a cohort of Catalysts every year - professional women with breakthrough performance in what can be considered "unconventional" pathways to success. Our Catalysts set the tone for each summit, and provide a living, breathing example of what it means to be "in her shoes" - a catalyst for courage.


    Interested? Connect with us.


    Looking to get involved? Volunteer at one of our upcoming events, work on a special project, or block off your weekend an join us at our upcoming summit. There's a place and space for everyone at InHerShoes.


    To sign up to volunteer, introduce yourself to the InHerShoes team here.

  • Rohullah Latif

    Volunteer, Johns Hopkins University

    "As a volunteer, I felt inspired and honored to be part of such a movement. As a brother, whose little sister was attending the event, I could see the excitement in her eyes and of every young woman's at that event. That day was a pivotal moment and will continue to motivate the future women leaders of our time. I'm just glad to have been a part of it."

    Liz Rodil

    Volunteer, Fox News

    "Being able to see everything behind the scenes leading up to the event and finally see it all come together was magical. I was constantly amazed by the InHerShoes team and grassroots-homegrown-mom-and-pop feel that was always present. I was shocked at what a small, dedicated group of people could and DID accomplish."