When creative solopreneurs Elizabeth Schorr, Susannah Maddux and Jessica Walden got a gig — and aced it — by pooling their professional talents in graphic design, writing, public relations and social media strategy to create a powerful and effective creative trifecta (while still retaining their autonomy as individual business owners), it altered their vision of what DOING IT ALL can look like.
During this time, they navigated new motherhood, new businesses, the ever-changing communications landscapes and one even ran for public office.
In June of 2019, under Susannah’s leadership as the new publisher of Macon Magazine, they began hosting monthly co-working style, women-led work sessions at various creative spaces found throughout their community. These sessions have surged in attendance, inspiration, diversity and creative energy, complete with meet-ups, creative services, yoga, kids’ activities, panel discussions, happy hour and designated time to get it all done.
In December of 2019, the three launched The Web, taking the monthly event to a physical workspace and full-blown business model, where women are invited to join them in transforming and demanding more from work-life culture, all while getting the job done.