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The Shift with Marianne Schnall: Jane Fonda Interview Highlights

Marianne Schnall interviews actress and activist Jane Fonda about the power of activism and the causes she is passionate about, including creating awareness and action around climate change, creating a more equatable, sustainable world and much more.

What Will It Take to Make Media that Advances Gender Equality?: Full Panel Discussion

Panel conversation moderated by Marianne Schnall with Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Brenda Robinson, and Caroline Heldman discussing the need for more women leaders and diversity in the media industry and how media can drive gender equality.

Women’s Political Leadership: Nancy Pelosi Q&A

Marianne Schnall interviews House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi at the event Women's Political Leadership: What Will It Take? in partnership with NYU Skirball.

Amy Poehler ‘Yes Please’ | AOL BUILD

Marianne Schnall interviews actress, writer, and comedian Amy Poehler who delves into the creative process behind her book "Yes, Please" and her views on feminism, activism, and more.

Legendary Actress Jane Fonda | AOL BUILD

Actress and activist Jane Fonda joins Marianne Schnall for an AOL BUILD interview to talk about the professional career & passions that have made her an inspiration for generations of women.

What Will It Take to Make a Women President? Washington, D.C. Panel Discussion

A conversation inspired by Marianne Schnall’s book, “What Will It Take To Make A Woman President?” featuring Eleanor Holmes Norton, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Don McPherson, Marie C. Wilson, and Janet Foutty. Moderated by Marjorie Clifton.

What Will It Take To Make A Woman President? New York Panel Highlights

A conversation inspired by author Marianne Schnall's book, "What Will It Take To Make A Woman President?" featuring Pat Mitchell, Marie Wilson, Joy Behar, Don McPherson, Elizabeth Lesser, and Julie Zeilinger.

What Will It Take To Make A Woman President?: San Francisco Panel Discussion

Highlights of a panel conversation about gender equity, leadership and the need for partnership between men and women with Marianne Schnall, Gavin Newsom, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, and Amanda de Cadenet.