LATINA CIRCLE EVENTS
UPCOMING PARTNER EVENTS
Join A Maven's World Brand in Boston January 5, 2019 for our 7th Annual Women's Brunch and Conference. On this full day of empowerment and development, we bring
Join A Maven’s World Brand in Boston January 5, 2019 for our 7th Annual Women’s Brunch and Conference. On this full day of empowerment and development, we bring together some of the most influential Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals in business. Not only will you hear from amazing speakers, you will build a sisterhood, connect with other business owner’s, attend breakout sessions and learn valuable skills and information you can use in your own business.
Our 2019 theme is “Herstory: Year Of Mindfulness” and we are excited to usher in the year with you!
More information amwwomensconference.com
Sponsor Opportunities now available.
Your Conference Ticket Includes: Continental Breakfast, Keynote Speaker, Plated Lunch, Access to Breakout Sessions, Access to Vendors, Access to Authors for Book Signings and much more.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? No one under the age of 18
What can I bring into the event? Business cards. If you would like to bring other promotional items for your business, consider being an Exhibitor or Sponsor of the Conference.
Can I contact the organizer with any questions? Yes, email AMW at [email protected]
What’s the refund policy? No refunds available, unless the event is canceled by AMW, no exceptions to this policy. Our full terms and conditions are available. Please do look at these before purchasing.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Your ticket can be transferred to another nominated person providing this has been agreed with the organizer in writing up to 24 hours before the event. Please do look at our terms and conditions with relation to this event.
Is it open to men and women in business only? No, women only, unless you are a male Exhibitor, Sponsor of Media. *AMW reserves the right to void a registration with or without cause and will issue a refund, in the form of payment, if ticket is voided.
I have a dietary requirement can you help? Please do contact us at least a week prior to the event via [email protected] so we can accommodate your dietary request. Please include your ticket number in the communication.
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
6 Billings Street
Join us for Latina Circle’s 6th Anniversary and Three Kings Day celebration. We have a lot to celebrate and we want you to be part of this special occasion! On Thursday, January 9th,
Join us for Latina Circle’s 6th Anniversary and Three Kings Day celebration. We have a lot to celebrate and we want you to be part of this special occasion!
On Thursday, January 9th, 2019, we’ll gather at 6pm at La Fabrica Central in Cambridge to celebrate our accomplishments and recognize our many supporters and amplifiers. Admission includes entertainment, rosca de reyes and a special tasting menu created by Chef Giovanna Huyke.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
La Fabrica Central
Hear from prominent Latina in-house counsel discuss their career paths
Hear from prominent Latina in-house counsel discuss their career paths and how they have leveraged their Latinidad
About this Event
Please join the Hispanic National Bar Association, the Morgan Lewis Latino Professional Network, and guests for a fireside chat with prominent Latina in-house counsel (Cristina Gonzalez – Chief Legal Officer at Staples, Inc., Maria Recalde – General Counsel at Stonyfield Farm, Inc. and Fatima Wolff – Senior Legal Director Latin America at Boston Scientific Corporation) to discuss their career paths and how they have leveraged their Latinidad to add diverse perspectives to complex legal issues.
Any questions? Please contact Elke Trilla-Bamani at [email protected]
(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
1 Federal Street
Time and time again, #BLFFResearch has found that women are held to a different and higher standard than men when running for political office: voters will vote for a woman
Time and time again, #BLFFResearch has found that women are held to a different and higher standard than men when running for political office: voters will vote for a woman only if they believe she is both qualified and likeable. The question remained: how does this double standard apply to women who lose their races?
New research from the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, conducted in partnership with Lake Research Partners and Bellwether Consulting, found that voters are incredibly open to the idea of a woman candidate relaunching herself as a public figure and running for office again. This webinar will explore these findings, and offer guidance about next steps.
Nicole Carlsburg, Executive Director, Barbara Lee Family Foundation
Celinda Lake, President, Lake Research Partners
Christine Matthews, President, Bellwether Research and Consulting
(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Please join us on Thursday, January 31, 2019 to hear from former U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and civil rights leader, Carmen Ortiz CIC Boston 50 Milk Street, 20th Floor, Boston 6pm Featuring
Please join us on Thursday, January 31, 2019 to hear from former U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and civil rights leader, Carmen Ortiz
50 Milk Street, 20th Floor, Boston
Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts
Register by Wednesday, January 30
$18 Early Bird Tickets | $25 after January 1
Advance registration required
For more information, please contact Lia Mancuso at [email protected] or 617-406-6334.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm
50 Milk Street
The BWWC, Mayor's Office of Women Advancement, and Boston University's Hariri Institute invite you to kick off the new year with us and gain a deeper understanding of tech solutions advancing
The BWWC, Mayor’s Office of Women Advancement, and Boston University’s Hariri Institute invite you to kick off the new year with us and gain a deeper understanding of tech solutions advancing women in the workplace!
Leverage data, technology or operational processes to enable employers advance women at rates equal to men, without changing women.
No tech backgrounds necessary!
- Networking & Breakfast
- Remarks by Boston University’s Hariri Institute Founding Director, Azer Bestavros
- Panel discussion with tech company founders on the various tools and solutions available to you. Featuring: Amy Spurling, CEO & Co-Founderof Compt, Rahkeem Morris, Co-Founder of Aday, and Vinayak Ranade, Founder & CEO of Drafted.
- Who should attend: CEOs, Executives, HR Leads
- Join us for our first-ever ideathon and collaborate with a team to create solutions for real workplace issues;
- Get advice from the ‘genius bar’ of technologists as you develop your idea;
- Present your team’s innovative idea to a panel of experts in the field;
- Take your learnings back to your companies and help advance women!
- Winning Team will be recognized at our Awards Ceremony with Mayor Walsh in the Spring!
- Who should attend: Guests from briefing + HR specialists and anyone interested in innovating tech solutions for their workplace challenges!
Breakfast and lunch will be served. Have a workplace issue to contribute for the ideathon? Want to create your own team for the ideathon or learn about sponsorship opportunities? Please contact us at [email protected].
(Thursday) 7:30 am - 2:00 pm
Boston University, Questrom School of Business
595 Commonwealth Ave