Join Ladies Get Paid: Philadelphia for our last town hall of the year where we'll hear from local women about how they balance their work within and around their personal lives. At each town hall we ask our panelists to share their stories, and then we open the discussion to the room and encourage everyone to share or ask something. There will be refreshments available and time to meet and mingle before and after the panel.
Thank you to The Yard* for generously hosting us in their offices! Note: you will need to show a photo ID to access the building, and all attendees will receive a free week of coworking space at The Yard.
*The Yard is a revolutionary, shared office space that allows entrepreneurs and creatives to work together in an innovative community. Offering flexible, month-to-month memberships, The Yard provides private offices, dedicated desks, and coworking in thoughtfully designed spaces in Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and DC. Members have access to state-of-the-art conference rooms, beautiful breakout lounges and rooftop spaces, monthly networking events, rotating art gallery installations, and hundreds of business amenities.
Bonkosi Horn, shop manager at the Lululemon Local Fishtown and owner (by proxy) of Stripp’d Cold Pressed Juice. "The mantra I use to get through tough days (and workouts) is … 'Life is like a boomerang—what you give you get back.' And my email signature reads: “Sometimes you gotta create what you want to be a part of,” which speaks directly to what I’ve created for Lululemon Philadelphia and specifically at the Local Fishtown."
Justine Haemmerli is the Founder of Girls Gone Happy, a company that helps women approach big life questions and milestones with creativity, support, and clarity. For the past decade she's helped women navigate career transitions, figure out how to use their time thoughtfully, and create lives and work centered around their deepest values. "I'm a mom to a toddler, pregnant with my second, running two businesses, and gearing up to live out our family dream of staying for six months in Portugal, which is great but also scary. I am constantly navigating how hard it is to do all the things all the time, and love nothing more than talking about this with other ladies!"
**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.