Angeline Harris and Spencer Ingram met while working at Lee, Wooden & Ziegler LLP, one of the most sought-after corporate firms in the country. Angeline focused on Arts & Entertainment and Spencer specialized in Digital Media & Technology. We found that their individual fields complemented each other’s in surprising, and what turned out to be inseparable, ways. Technology was changing the arts and vice versa. This made them eager to cultivate their own practice, one that would effectively intersect their expertise with their respective interests. They believe that what wins a case and what makes a creative business thrive is the passion that drives it. Choosing to specialize in a field means that you are completely devoted to it; that you will protect it as if it were your own. That is the energy that sets them apart.
Harris Ingram opened its doors in 2003. Since then, they've facilitated the success of artists like Aurora Falls and Nayantara Kani along with bike company HydroCycle and established tech enterprise Tap Unlimited. In 2011, they brought on Associate Isabel Sonam to work with fashion companies, photographers, and fine artists. She brings an exceptional level of enthusiasm, dedication, and nuanced perspective that makes their firm the holistic solution for creative clients.
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Speakers & Instructors
Letitia A. "Tish" James is Public Advocate for the City of New York, the second highest ranking elected office in the City. She is the first African American woman to hold citywide office.
Tish will talk about the salary history ban she got passed, going into effect in 2018.
Claire Wasserman is the founder of Ladies Get Paid.
workshop: get paid
As the current head of business development and operations for Ladies Get Paid, negotiation is Ashley's blood. Ashley graduated from Cornell University in 2010 with a focus on economics, negotiation and business management, skills she took with her as a grassroots fundraiser for various civil rights and environmental non profits like the Human Rights Campaign and the Sierra Club. She then spent the next six years at various tech companies, most recently heading up business development at Vimeo in NYC. An avid pantsuit enthusiast, Ashley is extraordinarily passionate about women's rights, especially equal pay, and has been featured in publications like Forbes and Bustle.
workshop: get rich
Priya Malani is the co-founder of Stash Wealth, a modern financial firm for 20-somethings and 30-somethings who are making good money and want something to show for it. Financial planning has historically been an expensive process reserved for the wealthy, but Stash has thrown that model out the window and made it much more attainable for our generation. As a Registered Investment Advisor, Stash makes valuable financial information accessible to Millennials around the country who want to turn their income into wealth. Stash Wealth is eager to usher in a new era of what it means to be money savvy with their no-B.S. approach.
workshop: stay sane
Rebecca Kronman is a licensed social worker with a private practice in Brooklyn. She utilizes a mindfulness framework to help patients unblock ingrained thought processes and behaviors. She specializes in working with creative people and those experiencing therapy for the first time. For more information, visit rebeccakronman.com.