One day, one hundred women.
Our mission is to help women get the respect and the money they deserve. We're thrilled to announce a 1-day event that will do just that. Join us on October 7th for a day packed with workshops and talks on salary negotiation, personal finance, how to get promoted and how to not let the haters get you down. Our speakers and instructors are inspiring and accessible; they'll give you a kick in the butt to get you going, plus the action steps you need to keep on moving.
During lunch, we'll have representatives from other women's organizations present so you can learn about ways to get involved and support your sisters.
Think of this as a giant strategy session where a room full of amazing women come together to plot world domination and their careers. We have no doubt you'll meet future friends, collaborators, and maybe even get a job offer (or two.)
All industries and stages of career are welcome. Have kids? Bring 'em! We know childcare is expensive - plus, feminism can never start too young.
Ladies Get Paid is a career development organization and community that gives women support to advocate for themselves at work. We focus on in-person and online education, partnering with individuals and companies to facilitate the female leadership pipeline. Launched in the summer 2016, Ladies Get Paid has 8,000 members from all 50 states and more than 50 countries.
Program Overview - 8:30am-6:30pm
Pastries, and coffee. Lots of coffee.
workshop: get paid
The best way to get a raise? Ask for it. In this workshop, we'll tell you how. We'll help you get into the head of the employer so you can present to them the best case possible on why you deserve that pay bump.
workshop: get rich
You've fought hard for your money so don't let it go to waste. We'll break down all the financial jargon and help you develop a personal financial plan that will officially make you an adult.
ladies who lunch
We've asked other women's organizations to host mini-roundtables so you can learn how to get involved and support the sisterhood. **Ticket includes lunch**
roundtable: get promoted
The majority of today's college graduates are women yet less than 22% make it past middle management. Hear from women who've made it to the top about how they got there, so you can too.
town hall: speak up
We'll talk with Black queer American Muslim activist Blair Imani about how to speak up for your sisters and yourself. Then we'll hear from other women who have spoken up, despite personal and professional ramifications.
Let's raise a glass to you and each other.