Get Money / Get Paid

SEATTLE

Seattle
March 31, 2018
9:30am-6:30pm

 
 
 

2018 will be the best damn year of your professional life. We're here to make that happen.

Get Money Get Paid is a 1-day event all about helping you rise up at work.

You'll learn how to be promoted into leadership, command your dollars, and embrace your ambition. You'll also connect to other formidable women who will join you in changing the world of work as we know it. Check out the video from last year.

➤ LOCATION

The Riveter
1517 12th Ave Suite 101
Seattle, WA 98122


Ticket Includes:

Pre-conference happy hour, breakfast, lunch, snacks, cocktails and swag. 


Purchase Tickets

Get your company to pay for your ticket. Here's how. 

general admission: $279

 

bring a friend: $185/each

 

 
 

March 30, 6:30-8:30pm / Happy Hour

Glympse
1424 11th Ave #300
Seattle, WA 98122

Get to know other attendees at our pre-conference happy hour, drink and snacks included.

 

March 31, 9:30-7pm / Program

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Welcome Breakfast

Pastries, and coffee. Lots of coffee. 

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Workshop: 
Get Paid

Asking for a raise can be uncomfortable at best, terrifying at worst. We'll help you figure out how much to charge, the best way to articulate your wins, and what to do if they don't have the money.

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Workshop:
Get Rich

Money is power. We'll break down all that financial jargon and help you develop a personal financial plan that will help you save, spend, and invest like the power lady you are.

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Ladies
Who Lunch

Meet, greet, and eat. You'll also get to connect with companies who are looking to hire

Lunch will be provided.


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Keynote: know your worth

It can be uncomfortable to sing your own praises, but no one will advocate for you better than you can. Ladies Get Paid Founder Claire Wasserman will share her story of finding her voice, and how you can too.


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roundtable
get promoted:

It can be rough out there for a woman at work. Learn from a group of lady powerhouses on how they strategically navigated their career to get to the top.


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Workshop: goal setting + accountability

Got a goal? We'll give you a roadmap. Learn the framework, key metrics, and accountability practices you can implement today. 


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roundtable:
Get equal

Want to affect change at your company? In this session, we’ll learn how to make the business case for pay transparency, paid leave, and increased diversity. Whether you’re a junior employee, a manager, or own your own business, this will help you take tangible steps on creating an inclusive work culture.


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Town Hall:
Speak Up 

Speaking up takes courage. We'll close the day with an interactive experience where women share stories of times they spoke up, despite personal or professional consequences.


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Closing Cocktails

We'll cheers to ourselves
and to each other. We made it!

 



Speakers & Instructors

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Audrey Godwin
Workshop: Get Rich

 

Audrey Godwin is the  founder of Resilient Business Solutions and champion for women’s economic development.  

As a former CPA, Audrey empowers and equips women to  go from financially stretched to financially secure. Her financial success tips have been featured on the local NBC affiliate, the Seattle Times, and The News Tribune as well as radio shows around the United States.
 

Michelle Rakshys
Roundtable: Get Promoted

Michelle Rakshys is the President of the Women@Amazon Seattle chapter, and manager of a software engineering team.

She is focused on increasing diverse perspectives in Amazon, mentoring women, and overcoming unconscious bias and pipeline issues.  Prior to Amazon, she worked at Responsys/Oracle and The Syndicate, was on the board of Women in Music and was a lecturer at King’s College.

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Catherine St. Laurent
Roundtable: Get Promoted

Catherine St. Laurent is the Director of Communications at Pivotal Ventures.

Previously, she was a Senior Communications Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where she acted as Strategy Lead for Melinda Gates’ profile and communications.  In that capacity she was responsible for managing strategy development, communications planning, and implementation in partnership with Melinda’s chief of staff, program teams and advocacy colleagues.

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Sarah Bird
Roundtable: Get Promoted

Sarah Bird serves as the CEO of Moz, the world leader in Search Engine Optimization software.

Prior to Moz, Sarah practiced law and travelled the world. Sarah regularly speaks about SEO, business models, entrepreneurship, women in tech, and fostering an inspiring company culture. She also serves on the boards of the Washington Technology Industry Association and Sitrion, a private company.

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Aparna Rae
Roundtable: Get Equal

Aparna Rae is a Women's Rights Advocate.

She has worked with nonprofits, grassroots NGOs,  startups, and government institutions with a focus on pay equity and education. In 2013 she co-founded Project Feast, placing immigrant and refugee women on a path to employment. In 2015, she launched a pan-India blended learning platform via Teach for India. 

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Cheryl Ingram
Roundtable: Get Equal

Cheryl Ingram, PhD is the cofounder of Diverse City LLC and Inclusology.

She helps companies increase transparency and awareness, ending discriminatory practices and implicit biases to create more positive, productive work environments. She's worked with such clients as Netflix, University of Washington, and Uber. Cheryl was awarded the New Business of The Year in 2017 by the Greater Seattle Business Association.

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Ruchika Tulshyan
Roundtable: Get Equal

Ruchika Tulshyan is an award-winning inclusion strategist and journalist. She is also the author of 'The Diversity Advantage: Fixing Gender Inequality In The Workplace' (Forbes).

Through her company Candour, she advises companies on diversity & inclusion strategy and communications. She is also adjunct faculty in the Communication Department at Seattle University. Ruchika was appointed to the Seattle Women's Commission in 2016.

 

Keita H. Williams
Workshop: Hold Yourself Accountable

Keita H. Williams is the Founder and Chief Strategist of Success Bully, is an elite accountability practice for visionaries who need strategic support (a professional butt-kicking) to create momentum in their personal and professional lives.

For more information, check her out on successbully.com, @successbully on Instagram & Twitter and download her weekly Success Bully podcast on Apple Podcasts.

Sage Quiamno
Moderator

Sage Quiamno is the Head of Hustle at Ladies Get Paid as well as a certified negotiation instructor. 

She is passionate about empowering more women into leadership roles and closing the wage gap, especially for women of color. 

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Ashley Louise
Workshop: Get Paid 

Ashley Louise is the co-founder of Ladies Get Paid.

She has been grassroots fundraiser for various civil rights and environmental non profits like the Human Rights Campaign and the Sierra Club. Most recently, Ashley was the Head of Business Development at Vimeo. 

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Claire Wasserman
Keynote: Know Your Worth

Claire Wasserman is a career coach and the founder of Ladies Get Paid.

She has spoken at the New York Times, American Express, and Dropbox,, among others. Claire is currently on a tour across the country, hosting town halls for thousands of women to talk about self-worth at work.

 
 

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Partners & Sponsors

Women helping women is a beautiful thing. Here are some organizations who have teamed up with Ladies Get Paid to help women rise up at work. 

 

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