TDL Coaching & Consulting and SOWBO Magazine want to work with women who are looking to take their vision worldwide.
Join the Dream Coach for a night of mindset and attitude changing. Let’s work on your Recipe & Roadmap for your life.
This is the time to showcase your business, book or and share your business story with like-minded women globally. We also want to hear and share your business journey of success to help motivate and encourage future entrepreneurs
If you are looking to make other changes in your life this event is for you as well.
Celebrate National Women’s History Month with Women Entrepreneurs NYC (WE NYC)! Join us for a half day event to learn how to achieve your goals and take your business to the next level.
Setting the right goals can be hard and achieving them even harder, but WE NYC is here to help. At this event you will:
+ Map out your monthly business goals
+ Apply a proven framework to plan out your 2018
+ Set up a review and support system to keep you on track
+ Connect with fellow entrepreneurs
Kick off the day with a keynote address by Tanya Alvarez, Co-Founder and CEO of OwnersUp, a community of solopreneurs that can help you achieve your business goals and technology that tracks your accomplishments. Over the past 15 years, Tanya has accumulated marketing experience with international & US companies such as Nike and the Olympics. She started her first company at the age of 25 and grew it from credit card debt to a profitable company with more than $1M in gross revenue the first year. Since then, she has founded, bootstrapped, sold, and invested in several companies.
To help you stay focused on your goals, refreshments* and free childcare** are available throughout the day!
Tickets are free, but registration is required.
*Refreshments available while supplies last
**Childcare limited to 8 children. Pre-registration required!
Everyone talks about bridging the gap but what about breaking through?
The definition of a breakthrough is an act or instance of moving through or beyond an obstacle. In honor of Women’s History Month, we are bringing together remarkable leaders across music & digital media to continue to tell their stories, why it matters, and how they broke through in their industry.
Before the discussion, join us for a brand showcase as we highlight local female-owned and female-operated business and brands with food and beverages. We’ll also have some secret giveaways in store!
Jessica Lauretti, Global Head of RYOT Studio:
Jessica Lauretti is the Global Head of RYOT Studio — Oath’s award-winning, global creative studio representing AOL, Yahoo, Huff Post and their 30 publisher brands. Prior to RYOT Studio, Jessica was Director of Content Development at Purpose, Sr. Story Producer at VICE and Director of Tribeca Teaches at the Tribeca Film Institute. Jessica is an award-winning Creative Director and Executive Producer who has spoken at events around the world, serves on the Advisory Council of Google News Lab’s Journalism 360 Program, and was a singer in the band This Frontier Needs Heroes. She has a diverse background working across art, tech, politics and culture and has experience with independent, editorial, branding & advertising content. Her work has been featured on every major broadcast and digital media outlet as well as honored with several awards and nominations. She aims to tell stories to modern audiences that reflect on the world around us.
Anastasia Wright, Founder of IMG Agency:
Anastasia Wright is the owner of music marketing company and indie record label IMG Agency & Records, head of the digital strategy for Janet Jackson, and the executive director of non-profit Minds Behind the Music, Inc. In her 10 year career, she’s worked for 12 major labels including Interscope and RCA Records where she cut her teeth in marketing and music PR while developing her companies. Anastasia is a former board member of Women in Music, Inc. and has been featured on Forbes.com, PIX 11 News, NY1, News 12 Brooklyn and more.
Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer at VaynerMedia:
As VaynerMedia’s first Chief Heart Officer, Claude Silver unlocks employees’ potential by forging the human-to-human connection, creating cultures of belonging, empowers teams to be purpose-driven, efficient, and strong, and infuses the agency with empathy, humanity, and joy. Claude’s unique perspective on corporate leadership and team-building comes both from her training in Transpersonal Psychology & Human Development and her experience in talent management, leadership development, coaching, employee retention, workplace culture, and people operations for over 750 employees.
Felicia Kelley, Executive Producer at GENIUS:
Felicia Kelley is the Executive Producer at Genius, the music media company, and lyric annotation website. She oversees the production of all Genius original series including their flagship shows Verified, Deconstructed, IRL, Framework and more. Before Genius, Felicia was a producer and member of the launch team for HuffPost Live, The Huffington Post’s online video streaming network. Felicia is an award-winning journalist with a passion for music and creating content that impacts culture. She has also worked for major music media companies including Complex, MTV2 and Atlantic Records.
Meet The Moderator:
Rhonesha Byng, Founder of HerAgenda:
Rhonesha Byng is the founder and CEO of Her Agenda. Her philosophy in life is represented by her acronym of N.E.S.H.A. – No one Ever Slows Her Agenda, which was also the inspiration for her company – HerAgenda.com. Rhonesha is part of the 2017 class of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in both the media and dorm room founders categories and was named one of 50 Founders to Watch By ESSENCE Magazine. Previously she was named one of 28 Under 28 by NBCBLK and one of 29 People To Know by BET. She’s spoken at The White House and The United State of Women Summit. She’s also received awards from the Associated Press, and the New York Association of Black Journalists for her work in journalism. Early in her career, as a field producer with NBC New York (WNBC-TV), she earned an Emmy award as part of team coverage for a breaking news story.
Meet The Organizers:
About Alley powered by Verizon: Alley powered by Verizon locations are developed by Verizon, the world’s leading technology company, in collaboration with Alley, a membership-only community workspace for creators. Each location is a curated community powered by the emerging technologies and thought-leadership of Verizon. Learn more at www.youralley.com.
About Her Agenda: Her Agenda is a digital media platform working to bridge the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. We aim to universalize the motto of No one Ever Slows Her Agenda through our online initiatives. Her Agenda provides inspiration through the stories of real women succeeding in their industries while also highlighting the information and resources needed to achieve that success. Resources include the latest in events, scholarships, conferences, internships and job opportunities for young women to reach their full potential. Visit us at www.heragenda.com.
Get Money Get Paid is a 1-day event all about helping you rise up at work.
You’ll learn how to be promoted into leadership, command your dollars, and embrace your ambition. You’ll also connect to other formidable women who will join you in changing the world of work as we know it. Check out the video from last year.
Real. Honest. Unapologetic.
Launched in New York City, #SheBoss started as a series of events designed to discuss what women in business don’t often speak about, but too often encounter.
On April 3rd, The Benchmark Group will present a one-on-one conversation with actress and comedienne Erica Ash, moderated by Paulana Lamonier.
To RSVP, visit shebossnyc4.eventbrite.com.
#SheBoss is an event series designed for women at all stages of their career. The goal is to discuss unspoken situations that all women can relate to — stuff HR doesn’t acknowledge and men will never understand.
To learn more about The Benchmark Creative Group, click here.
Moderated by preeminent scholar Dr. Deborah Willis, Mfon co-founders Laylah Amatullah Barrayn and Adama Delphine Fawundu, along with photographer Nina Robinson will discuss the commemorative bi-annual journal committed to establishing and representing a collective voice of women photographers of African descent. In keeping with the idea of “my sister’s keeper,” the journal is named in memory of Mmekutmfon ‘Mfon’ Essien (1967 – 2001), a sharp-witted, visionary photographer who exhibited at the Senegalese Biennale in Dakar, Senegal, and received an honorable mention in the American Photo magazine annual survey of the nation’s best photographers. She passed away from breast cancer the day before her series “The Amazon’s New Clothes” was exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art as part of the 2001 exhibition Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers.
Hosted by BRIC.
Money. Not only does it makes the world go ’round, but it provides access to certain opportunities like purchasing a home, car and other things to take care of your family.
But with mounting student loan debt, daily expenses and rent that is frankly too damn high, how can millennial women prepare for a sound financial future?
On April 5th, join Leyla Mogillo, CFP® as she tips on how we can adequately prepare and secure the bag for our future. Want to join the conversation? You must be a Her Agenda Insider.
Click here to join the Her Agenda Insider community today!
This event is centered around discussing the developments and challenges within the Plus Size industry. This event also provides a chance to network and mingle with aspiring plus size models, fashion designers, bloggers and many more. Lunch will also be provided!
According to the American Heart Association, each year in the U.S., there are about 400,000 cardiac arrests unrelated to physical injuries. Additionally, The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation says about 9 out of 10 people with this kind of attack will die…and out of that number, Black Men suffer at an incredibly disproportionate rate.
These are jarring statistics.
10 years ago, Harlem native Andrew Delesline, died suddenly of Cardiac Pulmonary Disorder at only 21 years of age, shaking up his brothers, large family and close-knit community who loved him dearly. And while Andrew’s untimely passing was never forgotten, it’s cause has very rarely been discussed, leaving the door open for many of his peers to fall victim to the same unfortunate tragedy. Until now…
Enter, Drew Day.
A Day Party originally rooted in celebrating Andrew’s life and legacy, this soiree now has a bigger mission; gather donations that will help Harlem Hospital raise and spread awareness of Cardiac Pulmonary Disorder and encourage the greater Harlem community to proactively visit the doctor take better care of themselves.
Come drink, dance and Party for a Purpose that anyone can get behind!
21 AND OLDER
Fill your weekend with inspiration and intention! Join us for an unforgettable sweetgreen brunch with:
- David Rosenberg – Director of Business Development at GIPHY
- Dheerja Kaur – Head of Product at theSkimm
Your brunch will feature:
- An inspirational fireside chat with David and Dheerja in an intimate setting
- Curated connections with other young people hungry for the next opportunity
- Seasonal, organic brunch by sweetgreen
The Black Mamas Matter Alliance is launching the first ever Black Maternal Health Week (BMHW) to raise awareness of this national health crisis and bring black women, policymakers, clinicians, and other health-care stakeholders to the table for solutions. From April 11th to April 17th, through a series of digital and community events, BMHW will serve as a national platform for black-women led entities, increase attention to the root causes of poor maternal health outcomes, and offer tangible community-driven policy, program, and care solutions.
The Black Mamas Matter Alliance – made up of leaders from the maternal health, human rights, and reproductive justice fields – believes that every woman deserves and needs access to quality health care. However, ensuring safe pregnancies and births for all women in the U.S. will require sustained political will and long-term investments — especially in the health and well-being of black women and girls.
Calling all of Houston young business professionals for the upcoming Spring in Business networking event. Guests are encouraged to attend in hopes to build their professional network and learn more Bumble Bizz and upcoming events. Guests will also enjoy lite bites and happy hour specials courtesy of Del Frisco’s Restaurant.
Hosted by: Houston Young Professionals
Women Owning It is a celebration of women in media and tech killin’ it in their fields and owning their space in the industry. Featuring a speed networking round and a panel of four women who own businesses or just their corners of the room, our hope is that attendees leave feeling empowered to build their businesses, brands and billable hours. In this morning session, participants will hear from women in the worlds of digital marketing, AR+VR and film festivals, all experts in the business of staking claim to your individual ownership.
Presented by the Made in NY Media Center by IFP and the Small Business Administration (SBA)
You are cordially invited to Culture Connect – a small black business showcase and networking event. Come meet young black professionals, entrepreneurs and visionaries moving and shaking in the city! Culture Connect is a space for you to connect, collaborate, and network with black millennials on their grind! Exhibitors will showcase their talents and brands and you’ll get the opportunity to connect with some of the best resources in Durham. Let’s network across and make these moves!
The Women Circle presents an evening of startup exhibitions by women-run businesses, and connections with elite professionals and entrepreneurs in the Houston area. This event will bring women from across town to network, empower and inspire one another, all in a classy Saturday evening setting. This event was created in mind for the cocktail lover, the business woman, and just anyone looking to connect with other Houston like-minded women. All industries encouraged to attend.
Hosted By: Wine, Women and Business
The “She Is” Summit strives to bring real women together in hopes to break down barriers that have been self imposed. The panelists are real women who just decided to go for it. They will be sharing their successes, their failures, and how they found the courage and motivation to pursue their calling. Ticket Price Includes: Light Lunch, Workshop on Power Words from the “She Is” Guide… Daily Power Words for the Modern Day Lady Boss and insight from the esteemed panel of women entrepreneurs and creatives. This is a great opportunity to get out and meet like minded women. Take advantage of the early bird ticket price of $35 soon general admission starts at $50.
Hosted by @Shefliessolo
Do you have a business idea or product that needs funding? Do you want to learn how startup funding works, what you need to do before trying to raise funding, and where you can go to get it? Then join us for this beginner fundraising workshop, which will provide practical, step by step advice, and feature talks from entrepreneurs who have successfully raised money for their businesses, and investors actively funding businesses. Learn expert tips, big pitfalls to avoid, what investors are looking for, how equity works, and more. Join us for a great event!
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone who is thinking about raising money for their idea or business
- Anyone that wants an understanding of fundraising for early stage businesses and products
What are some of the Topics?
- The key metrics and pre-requisites for raising funding, and the anatomy of a “fundable” company
- How to make yourself more attractive to investors
- How to utilize online fundraising networks and platforms, like AngelList, Gust, Kickstarter, and Indiegogo.
- How to meet and work with different sources of capital, such as friends and family, angel investors, venture capitalists, government grants and loans, and more.
- and more…
What is the Agenda?
- Welcome and Socializing
- Talks from Entrepreneurs who have raised capital, and Investors who fund startups
- Question and Answer
- Introduction to the Founder Institute
- Discussion and Drinks at a Local Bar or Restaurant
This event is free to attend. Join us for a fun evening! For more free startup events, visit https://FI.co/events.
Respect within the workplace seems like something that should never be questioned. But when you factor in different personalities and experiences, office politics and the occasional power trip – you may have your work cut out for you when it comes to letting your voice be heard.
But it doesn’t have to be the case. On April 26th, digital producer for UNINTERRUPTED.com Taj Rani will join the Her Agenda Insider community to share how even when you are faced with adversity professionally, you can still advocate for yourself, let your work speak for itself and get the respect put on your name that your deserve.
To join the conversation, you must be a Her Agenda Insider. Click here to join today!
Incline Magazine is presenting BOSS UP! A Brand Activation Workshop that is equipping all genres of entrepreneurs with the tools to take their brand to the next level while benefiting less fortunate business owners. As entrepreneurs she or he has to put in all the work from the ground up to get to the top. Speakers Tarion Caldwell, Derrian Perry, Day Edwards, Puntin and Ja’Leah Davis have done just that resulting in being experts in marketing, branding, publicity and obtaining sponsorship dollars. What will she or he gain? Attendees will obtain knowledge in securing sponsorship dollars, advertising and marketing tactics, publicity functions and its importance, product placement, obtaining media placement, branding, music industry hacks & financial literacy to thrust your business forward! Guest will enjoy catered lite bites, mobile bartender, swag bags and more.
Hosted By Incline Magazine
Who Should Attend?
Small business owners and start ups who want to learn tried and true selling techniques that work.
Effective selling is essential to every business or institution, large or small. Selling is really persuading, which means motivating others to do things with/or for us. It is the motor that makes every business function effectively.
Sales is everyone’s responsibility, and everyone is a “seller”. It includes everyone and all departments in the organization.That includes employees who “sell” themselves to their bosses and peers to gain promotions, respect and cooperation. It encompasses the CEO who sells investors, members of the board and employees on a corporate vision
Most people, however, don’t know how to sell. They’re afraid of selling because they fear rejection. Most people fear sales presentations for that reason. That’s the bad news.
The good news is that selling is a skill like any other. It can be learned and perfected through training and practice. This workshop will provide the tools to make you an effective persuader, or salesperson.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Define techniques to lessen anxiety of sales presentations and discussions
- Manage the sales discussion, using specific methods
- Show your customers what your products can do for them(benefits) based on product features
- Close the sale effectively
Robert Serabin is a Sales and Marketing professional having more than 30 years’ experience in Aerospace, Industrial and Commercial markets. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. He also holds a MBA from Baldwin Wallace College. He has worked at both large and small companies, including his own consulting company. He has been a Score mentor since June 2014.
Workshop fee: $59 with online registration; $69 walk-ins
There is a $10 discount on all Student and SEAP registrations
(valid ID must be presented at the door; bring SEAP form to workshop).
Money makes the world go round, but are you saving it (and using it) wisely?
With the cost of living constantly and student loan debt not disappearing any time soon, some millennials are struggling to prepare for the futures of their dreams because they are living paycheck to paycheck.
On May 3rd, founder of My Fab Finance Tonya Rapley will join the Her Agenda Insider community for the next Power Hour chat, and share tips on how we can make real money moves.
To join the discussion, make sure you’re a Her Agenda Insider by clicking here.
Are you a woman with aspirations to create your own company? Want to meet and mingle with powerful female entrepreneurs and get the know-how on building your own business enterprise? Join us to learn from women who have done it themselves and have advice to offer on achieving your entrepreneurial goals.
In recognition of May Day, NOW-NYC and the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) are proud to partner for a screening of Her Big Idea, produced by NYC Media, which features inspiring profiles of female entrepreneurs that transformed a simple concept into a thriving business in New York City.
After the show’s screening, Made in NY Media Center will be joined by Cheryl Gentry of Glow Global Events, Malene Barnett of Malene B, and Ellie Kassner of W.H. Kassner, three of the featured guests forging their own paths to success, for a Q & A session. The evening will conclude with an hour of mingling with empowered women over wine.
This event will be an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with today’s innovative businesswomen and leaders in their fields to learn their secrets. It promises to be an inspirational engagement to feed the brain – and the soul – with positive, feminist vision. We hope that you will join us and bring a friend.
Please RSVP as seating is limited to first come, first served.
The 2018 United State of Women Summit isn’t just a conference — it’s a powerful gathering of women and allies from across the country who know their energy and power will break down barriers that stand between women and full equality.
On May 5th and 6th, thousands of women will convene in Los Angeles to inspire and be inspired, to motivate and be motivated, to teach and to learn. Attendees will connect with leading organizations to channel their energy into action, leaving with new ideas and partners, hands-on training, and the tools and resources they need to make change at all levels.
More information including how to register for breakout sessions, food options, hotel recommendations, speakers, and additional events will be available to registered attendees in the coming weeks via email.
DAY ONE at the SHRINE AUDITORIUM
Day One will engage women, girls, and allies from across the country through inspiring mainstage sessions, issue-breakouts, opportunities to connect with leading fellow changemakers, and an interactive center with organizations and women-owned businesses.
DAY TWO in LOS ANGELES
Day Two attendees will fan out across Los Angeles to attend skills-based training or Community Teach-In hosted by a range of organizations that are making change on gender equity in Los Angeles. Please note that registration for these Day Two events will open at a later date.
The summit will feature a range of activists, grassroots leaders, elected officials, artists, and corporate leaders working on today’s most pressing issues. Check out the list of speakers here and stay tuned for more announcements!
For full details on the 2018 USOW Summit and FAQ, visit theunitedstateofwomen.org
***Please note that single day tickets are not available.***
Click here to secure your ticket.
The Summit is generously supported by a wide range of organizations from across the country including:
Netflix, Mattel, Inc., The California Endowment, Kaiser Permanente, Silicon Valley Bank, Aerie, Google, The Women’s Funding Network, Allstate Foundation Purple Purse, Land of Distraction, New York Women’s Foundation, Minnesota Women’s Foundation, Southern California Gas Company, United Way Greater Los Angeles, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, The Workers Lab, WHH Foundation, Achieving America Family Foundation, SKDKnickerbocker, Naomi Aberly, Carol Biondi, Jordan Davis, Bernadette Glenn, Molly Munder, Jane Fonda, and Lyn Lear.
Brunch and Slay returns to Houston for its Pop-Up experience presented by Kroger. The Brunch and Slay team has created the ultimate space for inspiration and cultivating new connections. You’ll hear from Robin & Andrea McBride, founders of the McBride Sisters Wines as well as girl boss and founder of Fearless Magazine, Arian Simone. You’ll be served brunch from a private chef and sip tasty cocktails and submerge yourself in a true Brunch and Slay experience. You’ll be surrounded by energetic, like-minded women dedicated to the Brunch and Slay Lifestyle. Expect real-talk discussions, inspiring narratives from game-changers and so much more.
Hosted by: Brunch and Slay & Kroger
Enjoy authentic Caribbean cuisine while listening to an all star panelist: Angela Simmons, Monique Rodriguez, Dr. Andrea Alexander. Intellectual conversation about business, women health, being a mom, mogul and mentor.
Swag bag filled with full size products from our amazing sponsors, Meet &Greet with our panelists, EXCLUSIVE entry into our Curls Champagne Cashmere & Cavier collection launch After Party, SECOND swag bag with Curls products. MENU: Oxtail, Jerk Chicken, Rice & Peas, Curry Chicken, Rasta Pasta, Salt Fish, Festival, Sorrel Wine, Mimosas, Caribbean desserts.
An afternoon of fun with fierce fabulous women. Dress code: Spring time fine!
Caribbrunch is meant to introduce you to various island foods as a part CultureReign’s “Tasty Thursday” theme. Treat your taste buds to some sweet Caribbean delights. A sophisticated brunch affair partnered with the famous spiced foods from various Caribbean countries right at your finger tips. From authentic Entree choices like oxtails to tantalizing taste bud teasers such as coconut drops, washed down with your choice of Caribbean beverage.
This Brunch is centered around empowering women on the grind who are looking to connect with other like minded women. There will be food, bottomless mimosas, and good vibes!
This event will also feature special guest speakers, Health and Fitness guru Mekka Williams, Health and Wellness Experts from the Honey Pot, as well as Venus Wraps special guest Kendyll Starr.
You don’t want to miss this!
Viacom is excited to welcome The Female Quotient, an organization committed to advancing equality in the workplace. The Girls’ Lounge, powered by The Female Quotient, creates experiential pop-ups at global conferences, and has become the largest community of businesswomen rising up to transform workplace culture. All are welcome to join us for:
- Thought provoking panels with industry experts
- Confidence coaching on negotiating, presenting, and financial planning
- Headshots, professional styling and Talkin’ Tees at the Confidence Closet
All sessions are available on a first-come, first served basis. Appointments are required for coaching and professional styling. Please note the styling appointments are 20 min. each, and include light touch ups for makeup and hair to refresh your everyday style.