Pivoting Plan & Post-Covid19 Career Growth
2020 has given all of us time to think about where we want our careers to grow and change. We have partnered with Allbright to bring together a conversation with women in leadership in the technology, fashion, and entrepreneur industries and learn tips on how to pivot in your careers. We are excited to welcome Sandra E. Lopez, Vice President of Intel Sports and Sandra Campos, CEO of Project Verte to join our panel. This conversation will be moderated by Michele Ruiz, CEO of Ruiz Strategies.
Register for our event HERE!
Thursday, March 25, 2021|10:00 PM PST | 1:00 PM EST
Celebrating Women’s History Month: Power Women in Sports
Featuring Speakers: Liz Weldon – Global VP, Catalyst Brand Management | Santia Deck, Athlete | Amy Gleeson – Chief Marketing Officer, LA28 | Michele A. Roberts – Executive Director NBPA | Danita Johnson – President, D.C. United | Lisa Joseph-Metelus – Board Member & Co-Head of Basketball Marketing and Servicing, CAA Moderator: Malika Andrews – NBA Reporter
February 25, 2021|11:00 AM PST
Personal Development Series: Sebastian Terry
Known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things that he wants to achieve before he dies, Sebastian Terry’s story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching: permission, choice, growth and connection.
Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experienced a life-changing moment when he asked himself a simple question: “Am I happy?” The answer was “NO“ and so he decided to pen a list of 100 things that he’d always wanted to achieve.
Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian’s incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe to not just set meaningful goals, but pull the trigger and achieve them — all whilst helping others do the same.
Thursday, January 28, 2020|9:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST
Founder & Funder Series: BUILDING A BRAND: SELF -RELIANCE VIA RESILIENCY, AS TOLD BY DERMALOGICA FOUNDER JANE WURWAND
“Learn how to do something.” Hearing these five words in her childhood made a big impact on Dermalogica founder, Jane Wurwand, propelling her life’s work as an entrepreneur and small business supporter whose advocacy for women’s economic empowerment has earned her a platform at The United Nations, The White House, and at speaking engagements around the globe. Join the XX Project for a fireside chat with this innovative business visionary who has created game-changing brands within the professional skincare industry.
Friday, February 12, 2021|9:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST
Founder & Funder Series: Lavinia Joy-“Habits of Success: Building From The Inside Out”
Lavinia Errico, the visionary founder behind Equinox Fitness Clubs, is a nationally acclaimed workplace and wellness entrepreneur and a speaker of essential truths on the subjects of Values-Driven Entrepreneurship, Developing Next Generation Leadership, The Women Led Workplace, Spiritual Entrepreneurship, Keeping the Soul in Success, The Habits of Success, Building Your Brand, Culture Shifts, and Joy in the Hustle. A sought after board member, consultant and angel investor in diverse startup companies across a multitude of industries, Errico inspires and transforms individuals and organizations with her unique and often disruptive take on how to create a richer, more authentic, inspiring and joyful career and life journey.
Thursday, December 3, 2020|9:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST
Power Breakfast Series: Making Diversity Actionable
Join Brickson Diamond, CEO of Big Answers and Romola Ratnam, SVP of Social Impact at Endeavor in a discussion about how to ACTUALLY make diversity actionable. Moderated by Alicin Williamson, Chief Diversity Officer, Endeavor.
Brickson Diamond has been instrumental and influential and is known for bringing more diversity to the Sundance Film Festival. Throughout his two-decade career in business and finance, Brickson Diamond always had an interest in helping talented people of color rise to the level of success they deserved. “Diversity is being invited to the party,” he says. “Inclusion is playing the music I want to dance to, and serving the food I want to eat.” Brickson has dedicated his career to the cause of advancing opportunity and access for those who should have it, but do not. He has and continues to build and transform businesses across industries including entertainment, tech, investment management, and non-profits. Learn more about Brickson here: https://biganswers.net/about/.
Romola Ratnam is SVP, Social Impact, Endeavor. Ratnam oversaw the launch of Endeavor Impact, the company’s social impact brand focused on four key pillars: equity, democracy, industry inclusion and sustainability. Throughout her time at the company, Ratnam has also worked with the Foundation to realign its activities to support overall industry inclusion and to fund programs that align with its mission to ensure that sports, entertainment and fashion industries are accessible to all, and reflective of the populations that live in our communities and consume our content. She consults on and implements philanthropic strategies and initiatives for clients, including John Mayer, Lilly Singh, Brie Larson, Hilary Swank, Kevin Durant, Marshawn Lynch and Charlize Theron.
Thursday, November 19, 2020|9:30 AM PST | 12:30 PM EST
Power Breakfast Series: A Discussion on Career Trajectory and the Future of Diversity in Entertainment
Featuring the following panelists:
Sade Muhammed (Moderator) – Director, Representation & Inclusion Partnerships at Forbes Panel
Phylicia Fant – Co-Head of Urban Music, Columbia Records
Valeisha Butterfield Jones – Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at The Recording Academy
Tiffany Warren – EVP Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Sony
Thursday, November 12, 2020|9AM PST | 12PM EST
Personal Development Series: Work-Life Reset: Prioritizing What’s Important
Eve Rodsky is working to change society one marriage at a time by coming up with a new 21st century solution to an age-old problem: women shouldering the brunt of childrearing and domestic life responsibilities regardless of whether they work outside the home. In her New York Times bestselling book FAIR PLAY, she uses her Harvard Law School training and years of organizational management experience to create a life-management system to help couples both rebalance all of the work it takes to run a home and reimagine their relationship, time and purpose.