Our mission is to help women advocate for themselves at work.
Women may be the majority of today’s college graduates, but less than a quarter of us make it past middle management. We believe we can change this if we strategize, organize and support one another. Our goal is to facilitate female leadership through community, education and activism.
Since launching in the summer of 2016, we've grown to over 7,000 members worldwide.
The first step to financial equality with men is being in control of your money. At this month's Money Brunch, Sallie Krawcheck of the investment platform Ellevest, will share tips on making investing work for your monthly income, investing strategically toward your future, and figuring out which steps to take to get in financial control.
For this month's happy hour, we're co-hosting with our friends QUINN at their studio. Come drink wine, eat snacks, and check out their new collection. Oh and plan world domination.
Money is power. It's self-worth. It's value. It's also really uncomfortable to talk about. Come join our town hall where women will share their work war stories and together, strategize on how we can better advocate for ourselves and each other.
It seems like every day there is another company mired in another scandal. So what can we actually do? This town hall will be a safe space to speak up in a guided conversation led by experts in workplace harassment will help us take action.
The lady revolution is starting. But first, let's have drinks.
Networking events can sometimes be the worst, even for the most extroverted among us. Who do you talk to first? Where do you stand? Do you have to have business cards? What if you don't have a straight-forward answer to the dreaded question, "what do you do?"
For this month's coffee meetup, we're proud to partner with Tech Ladies, a community and platform that connects women with the best jobs and opportunities in tech.