Women’s Design Salon: Community Builders
Join us on March 10, for our first event in the Women’s Design Salon series. This Community Builders themed evening will begin with an inspiring panel discussion with two of LA’s fiercest community builders, Joanna Waterfall, creator of the transformational Yellow Conference and Audrey Bellis, Founder of Worthy Women, a powerful movement for women.
Moderated by Gillian Hunt, chair of the Women of Mattel Outreach program, attendees will hear first hand what it takes to energize, inspire, and connect with creative businesswomen across LA’s creative disciplines.
Following the panel discussion, attendees will connect with fellow participants by engaging in round table sessions around the topics of motivation, healthy habits, client management, and other topics relevant to the evening’s participants.
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Door Code For Entry: #1435
6:30–7:00 PM: Mix & Mingle
7:00–7:10 PM: Introduction
7:10–8:00 PM: Panel Q&A
8:00–8:30 PM: Round Table Sessions
8:45–9:00 PM: Mix & Mingle until close
Note: No tickets will be sold at the door for this event.
Requests for cancellation refunds may be granted only up to 24 hours before the event starts.
Parking & Transportation
Pay lot on Traction Avenue across the street or street parking. For public transportation visit metro.net for schedules.
About Women’s Design Salon
The Women’s Design Salon series provides LA’s creative and entrepreneurial-minded women with an intimate place to connect with the creative community and to discuss not only the challenges that exist for women within this industry but also the growing support for women in these fields. The Women’s Design Salon series is inspired by AIGA’s Women Lead Initiative, a commitment to empowering women in design and advancing the vital discourse on issues facing professional women today.
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Event artwork courtesy of Ferroconcrete.