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Our Mission

Now more than ever, women are looking to come together—in person and online—to exchange ideas, form deeper connections, and collect information and inspiration for how they approach their lives and careers.

Founded in 2017 by Mothermag.com co-founder Katie Hintz-Zambrano, In Good Company meets this need with a large one-day conference filled with thought-provoking panels and keynote speeches by industry leaders from an array of disciplines, engaging breakout programming, and smaller events focused on a variety of topics throughout the year.

All In Good Company gatherings are thoughtfully tailored to the rapidly growing demographic of creative women who are running businesses while taking on the all-important role of raising the next generation.

What Attendees Said

“An all-star day of all-star ladies.”

-Ariel Gordon Maffei, Founder of Ariel Gordon Jewelry


“The substance and depth of In Good Company was incredibly powerful and beyond anything I imagined.”

Angela Tafoya, Editorial Director of Lonny


“The energy cultivated in this room was mind blowing.”

Amanda Tyler, Video Producer and Fin-Tech Entrepreneur.


“I left incredibly inspired and moved by everything I saw, heard, and ate.”

Dana Haim, Textile Designer


“Being in a room full of creative, entrepreneurial mothers who are changing the rules and building their empires was incredible. I can’t wait for the next one.”

Ria Faust, Freelance Art Director


“Creative powerhouse mothers came together for In Good Company and it was impressive, inspiring, and damn stylish.”

-Charlotte, Founder of Charlotte & Daughters Floral Design


“I’m still buzzing over the incredible In Good Company that I had the joy of attending. The intersection of entrepreneurship and motherhood made for inspiring, emotional, and deep discussions and connections.”

-April Gargiulo, Founder of Vintner’s Daughter


“Thank you IGC for putting on an event full of inspiration, creativity, and mindfulness. I’m feeling jazzed and ready to make change.”

-Gina Giordano, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Doula Training International


“One of the hardest things about being a creative, entrepreneurial mother is the shame and pain in balancing your careers, dreams, relationships, and parenthood. So grateful to have a space like IGC where like-minded women can gather, share experiences, learn from others’ successes and failures, and become inspired to face life and our businesses with resilience and love.”

Joanne Encarnacion, Intergrated Health & Life Coach