Tabby Biddle

Tabby Biddle

TABBY BIDDLE, M.S Ed., is a writer, writing coach and consultant dedicated to empowering women and girls to be the leaders they are meant to be. Over her 20 year career in media, politics and education, Tabby has worked for National Geographic Magazine, CNN, The Women’s Campaign Fund, The Vermont Times, the Free Tibet Campaign, GlobaLearn, Adventure Treks, and City & Country School. She is the author of the upcoming book, Women’s Voices, Women’s Wisdom: What Every Woman Needs Know about Why Her Voice Matters. In 2011, Tabby was the recipient of a Press Fellowship from the United Nations Foundation to expand the dialogue around global health issues affecting women and girls. Tabby lives in Santa Monica, CA with her husband and kitten. For more information, visit www.tabbybiddle.com.

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Global Girl Media: This Is Our World, My Voice
Global Girl Media: This Is Our World, My Voice

What if the voices of young women in communities around the world dominated global media? How would our world be different? I recently had the opportunity to work with eight young women from East Los Angeles in a media-training program aimed at bringing out these voices. It's called Global Girl Media.

Women Speak Out About What’s Gone Wrong With the U.S. Birthing System
Women Speak Out About What’s Gone Wrong With the U.S. Birthing System

For many of us who haven't yet been through childbirth, there's an image we have of what it's like: A woman is rushed to the hospital in a taxi; she gets put in a wheelchair and is rolled down the hallway in dire emergency; then we see her screaming, and yelling in pain and then... there's the baby. Sadly, this is the image that . . .

Have You Ever Thought About Mentoring?
Have You Ever Thought About Mentoring?

Last month was National Mentoring Month. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, 15 million young people in the United States are in need of a mentor. Have you ever thought about mentoring?