February 22, 2016
"Women in science"
March 22, 2016
"The Art of failure"
So often we hear about people who have hit it big, but very rarely do we hear about their climb to the top. Join us for this interesting conversation about entrepreneurship, bootstrapping, and the Art of Failure.
Tom O'Keefe, otherwise known as @BostonTweet, is the founder of Flutter - a platform that encourages folks to donate to a charity that results in a once-in-a-lifetime experience - and DownloadBoston - a local movement to increase the awareness of Boston-based startups in the city and beyond.
April 20, 2016
"Women who serve"
Our April Sips & Tips event will feature women who serve on the police force as well as in our military. It will be an opportunity to hear an interesting perspective on what it's like to be a woman serving our country, and the experiences that they go through. This will definitely be one you don't want to miss!
May 9, 2016
what can you do to stand up
against poor working conditions"
In May, we'll host Marya Axner, Regional Director at Boston's Jewish Labor Committee. She has extensive knowledge in community organizing, particularly around workplace equity- fair pay, safe working conditions, and basic job security. If you have any interest in social justice, community organizing, and general activism, this event is for you!
June 20, 2016
"Leveling the playing field"
Our June event will feature Nancy Cremins, litigation partner and startup attorney at Gesmer Updegrove LLP in Boston. Nancy co-founded SheStarts, an organization that supports women founders and entrepreneurs in Boston through networking, coaching and events. Nancy is also a member of the board of the Women's Bar Association of Massachusetts, which she served as President of from 2011 to 2012, and is a proud member of the Pipeline Fellowship, a program for women angel investors. If you are interested in learning more about startups or the legal process around getting your venture off the ground, this is definitely the event for you!