Rachel Shechtman is the Founder and CEO at STORY, a retail concept that has the point of view of a Magazine, changes like a Gallery and sells things like a Store. In 2011, STORY launched in Beta as a “Startup Store,” spotlighting emerging digital retailers and has gone on to create over 28 concepts including Color, Making Things, Love and Made in America, working with partners including American Express, Intel, Cigna, P&G and Target.
Megan is the associate director of the Leslie Feely Gallery and founding editor of Chalet Magazine. She is a New York City based editor, art critic, commentator and aesthetician. As the Founding Editor of Chalet Magazine, Megan helped launch the publication in 2013 to serve as a quarterly cycling/print magazine. As Associate Director of the gallery she focuses on clients, artists, museum liaison, writing grants, catalogues, correspondence, press releases, marketing, sales assistance and administration.
Startup entrepreneur Alex Fine argues that while advertisers use sex to sell everything, platforms often censor anything having to do with female sexuality and pleasure
Rachel Schechtman of STORY makes the case for improving retail access—which she says is often more important than money