Members On Their Way

Members On Their Way: Jo Wright

Meet the magazine obsessive who's using her childhood passion to empower young women.

By Natalie Cornish

Members On Their Way

Meet the magazine obsessive who's using her childhood passion to empower young women.

By Natalie Cornish

An early obsession with magazines led Jo Wright to study design. She achieved her dream by landing a job designing the pages of her favourite titles, before embarking on a masters in Fine Art. Painting young women sparked a renewed interest in the issues they face, that has since resulted in Jo launching WinWin – an empowering online magazine that speaks to young women at a pivotal time for equality (read the latest edition here). Here, Jo talks WinWin’s “big sister” Future Women, empowering the next generation, an ambitious crowdfunding campaign and her quest to finally finish reading a book.

I joined Future Women because, initially, I just loved the concept. I loved the idea of a membership, and the excitement and freshness that was behind the brand. Then, as FW has evolved, I’ve really enjoyed the community, especially when the Facebook group was formed.

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