#HerAgendaLive "Mastering A Multidimensional Career" with Luvvie Ajayi
Sep. 14 2016, Published 8:00 p.m. ET
VENUE: Alley Midtown
ADDRESS: 500 7th Ave, New York, NY 10018, USA
Writer, digital strategist, speaker and now author Luvvie Ajayi has created a career that lives at the intersection of comedy, activism and technology. Each realm of her career comes together through her platform, AwesomelyLuvvie.com and various projects and brand extensions including AwesomelyTechie.com and The Red Pump Project. She’s created the life she wants on her own terms using the power of the Internet. Her brand and work are fueled by her authenticity, wit that's amplified through the massive community she's built around her work. In a world where we have so many opportunities, and most of us have side hustle upon side hustle, it can be hard to figure out how to bring all of our dimensions together in a way that makes sense. We will speak with Luvvie about how she did it, how she monetized it, and how she built a team to help her sustain it all while staying true to her voice and her self.
- 6:30 pm - 7: 15 pm - pre-panel reception featuring wine, light food and desserts. *Books will be sold! You can get your copy of "I'm Judging You, The Do-Better Manual" by Luvvie. She will sign books after our talk.
- 7:15 pm - 7:45 - Panel discussion moderated by Her Agenda founder Rhonesha
- 7:45 - 8:00 pm - Audience Q&A
- 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm -post - event networking, book sales + book signing
Hosted by Her Agenda x Alley
MODERATOR: Rhonesha Byng, (Founder Her Agenda) Rhonesha Byng is an award-winning journalist and entrepreneur whose philosophy in life is established by her acronym of N.E.S.H.A. – No one Ever Slows Her Agenda. This motto serves as the inspiration for her company Her Agenda -- a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women.
Her Agenda is an award-winning digital media platform working to bridge the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. Named a top website for millennial women by Forbes.com our content attracts ambitious women and we give them the tools to become accomplished women. We curate, and create events, workshops, panels and conferences and we publish articles that feature actionable career advice. Her Agenda also publishes exclusive interviews with powerful, successful women who offer honest advice from their career journey to our readers. For more visit, www.HerAgenda.com.
Alley is the most supportive community on the planet for early stage businesses, start-ups, and entrepreneurs of all types. We have dynamic co-working spaces in Manhattan. We foster a creative and collaborative environment, so that you can produce your best work.
SPECIAL THANK YOU TO
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FoodtoEat is providing food for the evening.
FoodtoEat is a marketplace for corporate catering. We partner with over 900 local food vendors (a lot of which are immigrant and women run businesses) to bring them into corporate offices. We help cater anything from from team meetings of 10 to client events of 500 for over 100 clients. We want our corporate clients to use food as the fuel that powers better work cultures and greater worker productivity, instead of just a form of employee sustenance by supporting the local food community. Visit FoodtoEat.com.