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I support companies to empower female talent, understand gender bias, and create an inclusive workplace. I give audiences tools and frameworks to level up as leaders. I've spoken at top innovative companies like Slack, as well as business and creativity conferences like Adobe MAX.  Topics include women's leadership, creative confidence, diversity in design, as well as designing daily rituals for holistic performance. 


Majo's talk blew me away. We invited her to speak at Dynamic/MTL, our quarterly event series, because we wanted to have a strong female voice talking about women's creative leadership, and she had a solid track record in the creative community. She gave a TED-style talk that engaged the audience, inciting us to think about big picture questions such as who gets to design the world's future products and experiences. It was a real highlight. After the talk, I invited her onto our new Workmode podcast to dig into how she approaches her work, and what struck me was her level of self-awareness and discipline. She is clearly the type of leader and role model that continues to empower through her talks and podcast.  – Alex Nemeroff, Co-Founder of Dynamo


Sample Talks 


Majo has spoken at our past three Women in Design events at Adobe, Medium and Dropbox and she’s consistently received feedback from attendees as one of the top rated speakers because she’s both inspirational and actionable. I trust her to give an exceptional, high-quality talk, workshop, and/or panel discussion.” – Enrique Allen, Investor and Co-Director, Designer Fund


I invited Majo to speak at the Hivery's Entrepreneur Lab because she came highly recommended from a community member. Before the event, Majo and I got on a call and she was very receptive to tailoring the talk for our audience's needs, offering specific tactics female entrepreneurs can use to overcome their "good girl" tendencies, making her presentation both very inspirational and concrete. Her talk led to a fruitful, engaged discussion around monitoring these patterns in ourselves and as both business women and mothers.  The feedback from the attendees was truly amazing, and I would absolutely invite her to speak at a future event as well as recommend her to other organizers. Majo is a shining example of the unique potential of women and what happens when we stand in our power, use our voices, and live fully. – Grace Kraaijvanger, The Hivery


Sample Topics


Creative confidence & Inspiration

  • How To Have More Creative Confidence In Your Work & Life
  • Want To Touch Your Greatness? Overcome These 5 Good Girl Myths
  • Dealing with NaySayers: Embracing Risk For More Creativity & Innovation

Work & Productivity Tips

  • Design Daily Rituals for Greater Focus & Productivity
  • Say No & Radical Focus! Free Up Space For Your Deepest Work
  • How To Reach Influencers You Admire
  • Podcasting 101: How To Get Started

Diversity in Design & leadership 

  • Who Is Designing The Future? A Look At The Landscape
  • Innovation & Stories From Female Designer Founders
  • How To Overcome Gender Biases in Creativity for Better Teams & Products

Majo's empowering Women in Leadership talk at Source was one of the highlights of the conference. She created a safe space for participants to engage, share stories, and problem solve together. I left amped to take action armed with new insights and motivation. Shortly after, I rallied up women at my workplace to transfer the insights that I had learned and started a committee to create positive change at our company. Majo's talk was the catalyst for this. – Jaclyn Le, Former Director of Design at Healthloop and photographer 

Bio & Headshot

Majo Molfino the Lead Host of HEROINE – a podcast which features top women leaders and risk-takers with an emphasis on women in design, tech, and business. With almost half a million downloads, HEROINE has been featured in iTunes New & Noteworthy, as #2 in the “Design,” Top 10 in “Arts,” and Top 200 in all podcast categories. Featuring creative legends like Isabel Allende, Eileen Fisher, and Debbie Millman, guests have landed amongst headlines such as The New York Times, TED, Forbes, TechCrunch, etc. As a FastCoDesign contributor, Majo has written about the gender gap in design and tech and how women leaders can handle criticism like true bosses. As a women's leadership coach, she maintains a full practice of clients consisting of managers, directors, and executives who work at top companies such as Facebook, Slack, Airbnb, and IDEO.

Headshot available here.