Creating Space: How Black Women Are Changing the Game
ven. 8 mars à 00:00
Are you ready to celebrate Black History Month with POTC? Well this time we will be taking over Black History Month and Women's History Month. BECAUSE! BLACK! WOMEN! DESERVE! IT! Join Part of The Conversation as we showcase some amazing women doing AMAZING things! Come and hear about how they are creating lanes and forging the way for black women to strive! PLEASE NOTE: State ID is required to enter this space and RSVPs will close 72 hours prior to this event. YOU MUST BE ONE THE LIST TO ENTER THE EVENT! Moderator/Speaker: Nefertiti "Neffy" Anderson -- The Path Less Traveled
Nefertiti “Neffy” Anderson is a broadcast journalist, video producer, and social media strategist who helps entrepreneurs and brands achieve their business goals through multimedia storytelling. Her ability to meet the needs of various target audiences stems from her training in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. Panelist: Johanne Civil -- Black Pearl Collective
Black Pearl Collective is a global social marketplace and community for creative, entrepreneurial, and professional women. The Collective is a modern community that inspires and equips women with the tools, resources and access to experiences that will help them thrive and accomplish their goals. We strive to bridge the gap between ambition and achievement. Panelist: Aditi Green -- She Builds Black
Aditi is the founder, and co-organizer of She Builds Black, a community of black women technologists. She graduated from NYU with a Bachelors in Economics, and worked in technical support for several years before transitioning into a software engineer through the Flatiron School program. On her off time, she enjoys Marvel movies, and lots and lots of Netflix. Panelist: Sirita Wright -- EstroHaze
Sirita Wright is an experienced social media strategist, and writer with over 10 years of experience in the fashion and media industries. She has written for top websites such as Fortune, The Huffington Post, and Black Enterprise. Born in Brooklyn, NY, EstroHaze bridges multicultural women--an exclusive, untapped market of culture shifters, influencers, and enthusiasts—to the heart of the cannabis industry.
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