As rents and cost of living rise across Boston, women are finding innovative ways to bring in extra income while holding down a 9-5. With more than 9 million women-owned businesses in the U.S. today, women are also transitioning from part-time side hustlers to full-time bosses.
In this town hall, we'll talk gender bias in the world of side hustles, indicators it may be time to take that hustle full-time, and how to find balance and fulfillment in the gig economy. Our speakers will share their experiences and offer tips around setting up a hustle, marketing your brand, and overcoming the early challenges any new business will face.
- Jay Adams, Co-founder, Brass
- Amy Parker, Design Director / Co-founder at Woods Creative LLC / Conference Speaker
- Leora Viega Rifkin, MAPP , Co-founder & Chief of Possibility, Boston's Racial and Economic Activated Dialogues (BREAD) / Freelance Writer / Founder & Head Canary, Canary Rising
- Erin Webster, Director of Marketing, Lose it! / Fitness Instructor
HUGE thank you to edX for hosting Ladies Get Paid.
Founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012, edX is an online learning destination and MOOC provider, offering high-quality courses from the world’s best universities and institutions to learners everywhere.
Thanks to Lose It! For sponsoring food and bev for all our side hustlers!
Lose It! is mobilizing the world to achieve a healthy weight. Used by millions of people around the world, it is the most effective, personal, app-based weight loss program.
**There is no recording at this town hall however, photography may be used. By attending this event, you are consenting to having your picture taken and used.**
We know finding childcare can be hard (and expensive!) so you’re welcome to bring your kids. Feminism can never start too young.
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