Whether you're negotiating for a new job or want a raise in a current one, we'll cover how to prepare, best ways to present yourself, and what to say when you're getting pushback. Our program will not only give you the talking points but also the courage to use them.
Where you're negotiating for a new job or want a raise in a current one, we'll cover how to prepare, best ways to present yourself, and what to say when you're getting pushback. Our program will not only give you the talking points but also the courage to use them.
For those of us who do creative work, it can be particularly difficult to price ourselves—let alone talk about money openly. For many creatives, it's stressful just making ends meet. So join us for a roundtable where we'll discuss all that and more. Whether you do creative work for a living or have a secret desire to work in an artsy field, this event is a must-attend.
We've put together a curriculum that will help us define activism and get an overview of how the political system works on a federal, state, and local level. Join our teacher training to learn how you can lead this class in your city.
We are training women all across the country to teach a workshop about civic engagement. This program is bi-partisan and cause agnostic with the goal of teaching people to make the maximum impact with their limited time. It is meant to be a foundation upon which anyone can build a specific plan of action.
The Access to Capital workshop takes a holistic view of the entrepreneurial avenues for obtaining capital. Attendees should come out of the workshop feeling empowered to take hold of their business financial future and will be informed on options available, best practices to pursue, and some pitfalls to avoid.
Many of us are in town for the festival, so current members, let's hang out. If you're not already a member, and are either in town or live in Austin, you won't want to miss it.
Please join us for our first town hall in San Francisco where we'll share stories about money: how it's tied to our identity and self-worth, why it's taboo to talk about it, and ways women can be more supportive of one another as we move up in our careers.
This workshop will give you a better understanding of how the political system works and ways we can hold elected officials accountable. It's essentially for anyone who has been fired up over the election fallout but wants to get strategic about where to put their next efforts.
It's proven that companies do better financially when their leadership is diverse. Then how come it's still all white guys at the top? At our town hall, we will address this head on by sharing stories of discrimination, our own biases, the way our companies are addressing diversity, and how we can all foster a more inclusive work environment.
Translating our value into dollars and then defending it can be an uncomfortable and sometimes painful process. This town hall will feature the stories of women who've gone through this, whether it's a freelancer convincing a client to pay her day rate, or a startup founder pitching a VC to give her millions of dollars.
At this town hall we'll discuss Imposter Syndrome, how to stop being a people pleaser, and ways we can speak up at work that gets us what we want without getting fired.
Drink a beer and play with a puppy at our happy hour with Puppies 'N Pints! Tickets are $15 and will be available at the door with all proceeds going to (female-founded) animal welfare nonprofit, Mr. Bones & Co. Though we're calling it Ladies Night, we're happy to include guy friends as well.