Help us give a big Funny Girls welcome to our brand new 2020-2021 partners!
We don’t ask our grantees to report back after funding their projects, but that doesn’t mean we’re not curious about what happened after they got the money.
Recently, a colleague Tweeted at me, “@ruthannharnisch: Where do you find hope?”
It seemed audacious to ask that question in public.
“Not voting is not a protest. It is a surrender.”
Because we can’t imagine being unable to say goodbye to those we love.
What wise words can we offer during these times of such great uncertainty?
I thought I knew what Melinda Gates should be doing with HER money. (Repeat, HER money)
Our Funny Girls program is flourishing, and we’re looking to find just the right person to join our team.
Running a Funny Girls™ Workshop for Adults
Jenny and Carla take their #FunnyGirls insights on the road
The expansion of our Funny Girls program during the fall of 2017 brought new curiosity into how we elevate girls’ leadership skills through improv.
Here at the Harnisch Foundation, it’s been a big sweet doughnut of a year, filled with deliciousness, the goodness coming down the conveyor belt so fast we can hardly keep up.
A girls’ leadership curriculum with a creative twist? YES. Read more about the powerful pairing of improv and leadership development.
Our special super power? Forwarding awesomeness in the world! And we’ve done it 250 times!
The TED Universe is vast and in a constant state of evolution. Prepare to be surprised by these discoveries about the TED organization.
Funny Girls teaches leadership skills through improv. While funny things are bound to happen, the focus isn’t on the funny — it’s on boosting girls leadership.
Looking back (and looking forward): Investing in leadership training, coaching, and mentoring is a must from our point of view.
Greenlighting female-led films? YES. That’s the idea behind Sundance Catalyst Women, a new program that we’re supporting.
Our Funny Girls program opens the door to mastering and modeling five core leadership skills: collaboration, agility, self-awareness, empathy, and resiliency.
“How can I be a better ally?” is a beautiful question. Safety Pin Box will give you the answers and teach you a thing or two about racial bias.
When documentary film disrupts the concept of justice and equality — and shifts the public consciousness.
This is how you invest in the leadership development of a younger generation in an innovative way.
We’re headed to Sundance and so are these films that we supported.
An end-of-year message to share our 2016 successes and our plans to pave the way forward in 2017.
We can tell you about it, but these female filmmakers and Awesome Without Borders grantees take you inside the story.
TheHF’s Ruth Ann Harnisch shares her top three ideas that stuck from TEDWomen 2016.
The thing that seemed impossible, unthinkable – well, it happened.
We cannot, we must not, miss our chance to participate in writing this chapter of American history.
Whether it’s unwanted groping or a brutal attack involving violence and rape, there is no excuse for sexual assault. There is no excuse. Ever.
Women Moving Millions Film Circle connects with Ruth Ann Harnisch to discuss her film funding priorities and upcoming projects.
It’s hard to believe that a male-dominated government is still just the way it is. Well, we’re going to change that.
So, you didn’t meet all of your goals and, generally, you feel like you’re not doing all that you could be. So what?
There’s no good excuse for not hiring women writers. It’s way past time for parity to be the law of the land.
This is your personal invitation to celebrate International Women’s Day by stepping up as a leader.
As we enter a new year and a new focus for theHF, I can’t stop thinking about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s laughter.
Where we’ve been, where we’re going and why girls & women are at the center. Welcome to the future of theHF.