Kaleidoscope Society Nominated For Best Community Website In the 23rd Annual Webby Awards

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Kaleidoscope Society has been nominated for “Best Community Website” in the 23rd Annual Webby Awards. Hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet.

This year’s Webby Awards received nearly 13,000 entries from all 50 states and 70 countries worldwide. As a Nominee this year, Kaleidoscope Society was chosen by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences as the top 5 in its category, in the world; and in the top 10% of all work entered.

Nominees like Kaleidoscope Society are setting the standard for innovation and creativity on the Internet. It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the 13,000 entries we received this year.

Claire Graves, Executive Director of The Webby Awards.

Kaleidoscope Society is the first of its kind website for and by Women with ADHD that aims to dispel stigma and build community of support. The site features interviews with trailblazing women in a variety of fields, as well as curated expert advice. Since launching in 2015 the site has connected thousands of women around the world through original content and has been featured in Teen Vogue, Broadly, Bustle and the International Conference on ADHD.

“It is an incredible honor to be nominated for best community website alongside mainstream platforms such as Tumblr and Patreon,” said Kaleidoscope Society’s founder Margaux Joffe who also has ADHD.

For too long, women with ADHD have struggled in silence due to stigma. We are thrilled that the Webbys are recognizing this important topic, and we hope the awareness generated will help us continue to change perception in society.

Margaux Joffe, Founder of Kaleidoscope Society

Up to 75% of women with ADHD go undiagnosed until adulthood with life damaging consequences, creating what has been called a “lost generation of women.” Those who are diagnosed face unique challenges due to lack of scientific knowledge, resources and public understanding. Kaleidoscope Society aims to connect and empower these women, while dispelling stigma and changing public perception of the condition.S


View Webby nomination listing here. Press Contact: margaux [at] kaleidoscopesociety.com

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