Let's support each other! This event will feature womxn found and operated companies.
About this Event
Join us for a night all about supporting ladies. Through mentorship, safe transport, delectable food and beverage - we will be supporting ladies in our community who work everyday to find ways to make progress in their space. With only 54% of women having access to relatable mentors in their respective fields, now is the time to reach out and lend a hand and support one another!
Aisha Hakim is the founder of Fellow, an app-based platform that arms women with the tools needed to meet relatable mentors, rise within their agency walls and elevate their careers beyond them. She is going to share the founding story behind Fellow, discuss her experience as both an Art Director and entrepreneur and begin a dialogue about the state of female mentorship in the advertising industry. She is a firm believer that by leveraging our collective knowledge, we can help one another overcome the issues and obstacles faced by women in this industry. She looks forward to meeting several of you to further the conversation.
Trenelle Doyle is the founder of the ride-share startup Go Girl Ride LLC. Trenelle’s purpose in life is to advocate for the marginalized and underrated. Trenelle is a proud product of Clark Community College and Washington State University. She believes that it’s not one’s credentials that qualifies them, but rather their capacity and willingness to learn new things. Never one dimensional, Trenelle is an award winning photographer and professional vocalist who tours with various productions and musical groups in her spare time. Her family and friends mean the world to her.
A special thank you to our partners and sponsors:
Splash Worldwide offers a range of services to enable the global production and deployment of creative communications. With our proprietary technology platform, we manage the delivery of assets (video, print, outdoor, digital) across multiple markets and in multiple languages.
52 Limited is a digital resource company connecting creative + technology talent with leading brands, marketing and engineering departments, start-ups, design firms, advertising and interactive agencies.
Freeland Spirits is one of very few women owned and run distilleries in history – from the gals who grow the grain to those who run the still, making superior spirits in the Northwest.
Nasty Women Wine is committed to creating progressive wines. Wines that get women to the table as leaders and tastemakers
Ladies Get Paid helps women take the next steps in their career. Their mission is to close the gender wage and leadership gap by providing women with real tools and insight to strategically navigate their careers and become leaders at their companies.
AIGA Women Lead Portland is committed to empowering women in design and advancing the vital discourse on issues facing professional women today without generalizing or segregating women designers.