International Women’s Day with WeWork
I’m really excited to be doing an event with the brilliant WeWork (on International Women’s Day no less) a platform for creators, providing over 200,000 members around the world with a brilliant space, sense of community, and many different services. WeWork currently has 212 physical locations in 66 cities and 20 countries around the world and I recently did an event with Dolly Alderton located at the WeWork Paddington location, it was a really great space and opportunity to meet some amazing women. We spoke about multi-hyphenate careers, and I got to talk a bit about my new book The Multi-Hyphenate Method that’s coming out in May.
I’m excited to be doing another event on March 8th, aka International Women’s Day !
WeWork are launching She Leads, a platform to advance gender equality in the workplace, on International Women’s Day. As part of this, I am thrilled to be hosting an all-female panel tackling issues of empowerment and leadership. We’ll be discussing building your own community and how to start your own business with Suitcase Magazine founder Serena Guen and Jemma and Ella from Stories Behind Things.
Come along for some breakfast and an invigorating discussion and a dose of positivity.It’s free to attend, just make sure you RSVP HERE. Look forward to seeing you there!
If you want to follow along the hashtags #sheleads #WeWork #internationalwomensday
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