Create a Career Path You Love, Pt. 2

Washington, D.C. campuses

GA D.C., 1776
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington D.C. 20005

GA D.C. (Northern Virginia)
2231 Crystal Drive #1000
Arlington VA 22202

Past Locations for this Event

Create a Career Path You Love, Pt. 2

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. campuses

GA D.C., 1776
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington D.C. 20005

GA D.C. (Northern Virginia)
2231 Crystal Drive #1000
Arlington VA 22202

Past Locations for this Event

About this event

In this workshop, you will:

  • learn how to build your network smarter and authentically
  • learn how to tell your story – who you are, what you do, and what the value you offer is – so that you can effectively engage the right people
  • meet and network with other motivated women in business during Women Catalysts' signature guided community building exercises

At the first event (June 17) in this series, you'll build your personal brand and marketing strategy. You can still join us for Part 2 even if you aren't able to participate in Part 1.

100% of ticket sales benefit Hack The Hood, an award-winning local non-profit that introduces low-income youth of color to careers in tech by hiring and training them to build websites for real small businesses in their own communities. We are delighted to support an organization in our community that empowers young people with job and leadership skills.

About the Panelists:

Laura Gluhanich is a user engagement and community consultant, startup advisor, mentor, music lover, and co-founder of Signal Camp. At Signal Camp, Laura and fellow founder Fiona Tang help early stage companies communicate to their community with a strategic approach to user outreach, engagement, and product marketing. Laura is an expert on how to be a positive force for good in networking, how to create a healthy business partnerships, and how to build a supportive community.

Kim Hunter is a skilled communicator with a passion for creating change. She has worked for some of the most influential organizations and politicians in the country, including the Democratic National Committee, Senator Jim Webb, and the ONE Campaign. Kim spent two years traveling the world consulting with NGOs, helping them to enhance their impact. This experience led Kim to San Francisco, where she saw opportunity in using emerging technologies to accelerate change in the world. She leads multiple groups designed to empower and connect dreamers and doers, including The Bad Ass Women’s Group and Women Catalysts. At Aclima, Kim leads all communications and can fly a kite in any weather condition.

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