Our Story

World Pulse leaders (left to right): Martha Llano, Jensine Larsen, Beatrice Achieng Nas, and Sarvina Kang.

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Darcy Kiefel

Together, we are creating a new world and this is our story.

When I was 19 years old, I went to the Amazon forest as a journalist and worked with women struggling to feed their families as a result of oil contamination. They asked me to be their messenger – to tell their story to the world. And as I continued to travel - to the Burma border and across the United States - I heard this same call from more and more women. That’s when I realized that we needed a global media source where women could be their own messengers.

A few years later, I founded World Pulse. It began simply as a print magazine. But as digital media gained momentum, we took World Pulse online. And while the mission remained the same, the impact multiplied. Today, tens of thousands of people around the world are united through our social platform and our members touch millions more as a result. As we develop new ways to elevate our online community it will only continue to grow. We are speaking a new world, and the world will hear us roar.

World Pulse has a bold ambition – to use digital technology to unleash the untapped creative potential of women everywhere. Our global community reflects that dream and now that you’ve joined us, you are helping to make it a reality.

Together, we are creating a new world and this is our story.

In partnership, Jensine Larsen Founder and CEO

Find Jensine on World Pulse, LinkedIn, and Twitter. For speaking information, please email info@worldpulse.com for further details.

Our mission and values

World Pulse and our community are creating a world where all women thrive - online and off. Click here to learn more about our mission and values.

Our impact

We are a digital accelerator for emerging women leaders at work solving global challenges. Click here to learn more about our impact.

Our future

We’ve developed a ten-year digital pathway to reach a tipping point to gender equity by 2030. Click here to learn more about our future plans.