Women of color could save the world. Here’s how we help them do it. | LC Johnson | TEDxColumbus
Did you know that women of color will be the majority of women in the women in the United States by the year 2050? So how do we effectively tap the creativity and leadership potential of this important population? In this honest and illuminating talk, activist and entrepreneur LC Johnson show us one possible way forward. LC Johnson is an award winning writer, entrepreneur, and activist with a passion for empowering women, especially women of color. She is a recognized subject matter expert whose work and writings on the topic of race and gender have appeared in outlets such as Forbes Magazine, Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, and Policy Mic.
With over ten years of experience developing and facilitating social justice programming for a diverse range of audiences, she currently serves as the Director of Leadership and Social Justice Programs for the YWCA Columbus and is the founder of Zora’s House – a coworking and community space whose mission is to provide women of color with the clarity, confidence, and connections they need to amplify their authentic voices; grow and contribute their talents; and powerfully transform their lives, careers, and communities! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at