The Secret Life of the Teenage Brain


We’re holding a special event as part of the Spring Forward Festival, a month-long celebration of the role of women in digital culture and runs throughout March in parallel with Women’s History Month.

The speed of technological change has created a landscape that often makes little sense to today’s parents. How do teens understand technology? Has it rewired the teenage brain? Is the teenage experience in 2019 any tougher now than it was for previous generations?

Join teens, parents and experts for a frank and open discussion about the positive and negative aspects of being a teenage girl today – from the future of work to behavioural trends, body image and a digitally networked life.

Book your ticket today!

  • Brighton5 founder, Daisy Cresswell, talks about our mission and our work with teens 
  • Screening: Short film, Teens and tech
  • Analytics company, Station10, talk about algorithms and the future of our increasingly networked world 
  • Q&A: Teen and parent panel discuss the teenage brain and how we can arm the next generation with the resilience to succeed
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Parent of one teen and one grown-up!
Co-founder and Editorial Director of social media agency Liberty842 and Make (Good) Trouble - the production company behind Brighton5. Tayler has over a decade's experience working in social media for Media & Entertainment clients. First class degree in Communications from Goldsmiths University where she majored in Journalism and TV Audience Studies.

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