Mega Models!

Last year we introduced our “Mega Models!” with a roaring reception from all of you! This year, they are back and representing “Female Firsts”… like maybe… the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, the first women on the supreme court, the first woman in technology, the first female athlete to win a gold medal, etc. Plus, DJ MandyMixes will be playing...
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Why Be a Part?

“It’s all about connections. Women coming together to celebrate Women’s History Month and to recognize and honor each other for the strides we’ve all made… no matter how big or how small or how great or how simple… the atmosphere is incredible, the energy is amazing and the women are simply awesome,” said one attendee last year, “That’s why I...
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Photos from the Mega Mixer 2016

Enjoy these photos taken by our photography sponsor, Stefanie Blue with True Blue Portrait! You can also see the facebook album from True Blue Portrait...
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Meet Your MEGA Models

As an added bonus at this year’s Mega Mixer, all event participants will have the opportunity to interact with the “Mega Models” who will be representing women throughout past decades (and even a future decade for “a look forward”). Donned in period/vintage attire and armed with fun facts, statistics and trivia, the Mega Models will engage with event attendees on the progress women made...
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8 Ways to Celebrate… It’s Women’s History Month!

1) Call the oldest woman you know and thank her for her perseverance and contribution. 2) Text all your female friends in your contact list and say “Happy Women’s History Month!” 3) Send a “thank you” card to the woman who most inspired or influenced you in your career. 4) Have cocktails (or coffee) with your best girlfriend(s) and toast to each other! 5) Donate to...
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A Day to Reflect. A Month to Celebrate.

Happy International Women’s Day… A day to recognize, reflect and remember the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women all over the world. After unrest and debate in the early 1900s including a 15,000-woman march in 1908 in New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights, a conference of 100 women from 17 countries gathered in Copenhagen for...
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