Built on the important legacy of The Shriver Report Project — Special Editions, Maria Shriver introduces a new quick-dive, high-impact brand of reporting and analysis to our changing global landscape. The Shriver Report Snapshots paint a real-time picture of contemporary cultural issues, inform through cutting-edge survey results, inspire engagement with targeted challenges and ignite stereotype-cracking dialogue.
Architects of Change Live gather the world’s leading hearts and minds to share empowering insights with award-winning journalist Maria Shriver. The conversations are a real-life expansion of the inspiring community of Architects of Change on MariaShriver.com. A portion of the proceeds benefit A Woman’s Nation, a non-profit working on behalf women living paycheck to paycheck.
The Shriver Report initiative raises awareness, ignites conversations and inspires impact around the defining issues and fundamental changes facing modern women and their families. The Shriver Report Special Editions: Informing a new way forward.
Hosted by Maria Shriver when she was California’s First Lady from 2003 to 2010, The Women’s Conference was the nation’s premier forum for women, empowering them to be Architects of Change in their own lives, their communities and the world. In 2010 alone, more than 150 of the world’s greatest voices, hearts and mind came together with 30,000 women to be educated, inspired and empowered. The Women’s Conference was also a global online community, where more than one million women gathered to learn how to truly change the world.
Created by Maria Shriver in 2004 when she was California’s First Lady, The Minerva Awards became the country’s most prestigious awards given to women “who serve on the front-lines of humanity,” celebrating their extraordinary legacies of service and contributions to California, the nation and the world. Named for the Roman goddess Minerva who graces the California State Seal, the awards honored 33 remarkable women and granted more than $500,000 to further their work.