Stephanie Shepherd Moderates at The 2020 MAKERS Conference
Stephanie Shepherd (pictured right) moderated a Fireside Chat at the sixth annual MAKERS Conference held at The Intercontinental in Downtown Los Angeles where she interviewed two climate activists — Wawa Gatheru and Tokata Iron Eyes.
Annually, The MAKERS Conference brings together 500+ of the most powerful names in business, politics, entertainment, tech, and finance to explore ways to accelerate the equality movement via compelling videos, provocative conversations, and onstage pledges for change.
Some of this year’s speakers included Chelsea Handler, Billy Eichner, Olivia Wilde, Jenny Yang, Mj Rodriguez, Tony Hawk, Julie Taylor, Cameron Esposito, and Katie Couric.
ABOUT STEPHANIE SHEPHERD
Stephanie Shepherd is an entrepreneur, activist and luxury tastemaker who educates her millions of fans on how to blend luxury lifestyle and conscious consumerism. Her style, beauty secrets, and work as a humanitarian have cultivated a global community.
Formerly the Chief Operating Officer of Kardashian West Brands, Steph has since established her own platform and partnered with American Express, Google, Shiseido and J Brand among other prominent lifestyle brands. Most recently, Steph has lent her beauty and fashion expertise to Elle Magazine and Kourtney Kardashian’s website, Poosh, as a monthly contributor.
In 2018, Steph co-founded the climate education digital platform, Future Earth. She is also an ambassador for Days For Girls International, a strategic advisor for Khana, and an ambassador for The Climate Reality Project, spearheaded by former Vice President Al Gore.
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