How She Got There: An Evening With Female Entrepreneurs
26

Tuesday, 26 June

6:30 8:30 pm EDT

GA Boston

125 Summer Street 13th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
FREE!
Regular Ticket

In Partnership With:

TiE-Boston logo
Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab® logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

How She Got There: An Evening With Female Entrepreneurs

Linh Tran Photo


Founder and CEO, XOI

Ashley Lucas Photo


Director of Marketing , Babson's Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL)

Sue Levy Photo


Founder, Savory Living

26

Tuesday, 26 June

6:30 8:30 pm EDT

GA Boston

125 Summer Street 13th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
FREE!
Regular Ticket

In Partnership With:

TiE-Boston logo
Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab® logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Join us for an evening good conversation with a panel of female entrepreneurs spanning across different industries. These creative and inspirational women will share their stories on how they got to where they are today and share their insights into being a woman in business. Afterwards we will open up the floor for questions, followed by mingling with panelists and attendees.

Agenda:
6:15-6:30pm: Arrival and check-in
6:30-8pm: Panel
8-8:30pm: Additional Q&A, networking

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About the Panelists

Linh Tran Photo

Founder and CEO,
XOI

Linh Tran is the founder and CEO of XOI (pronounces: x-o-i), a revolutionary line of skincare beverage made of Gac Fruit - a traditional skin healing ingredient from Vietnamese herbal medicine. XOI also supports and empowers ethnic minority farmers in the Central Highland of Vietnam who harvests Gac Fruit with the company. Before starting XOI, Linh has also worked for other beverage startups and social enterprises. Linh holds a dual degree in Economics and International Development from Brown University.

Ashley Lucas Photo

Director of Marketing ,
Babson's Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL)

Ashley Lucas refers to herself as a “recovering entrepreneur” after having spent the last nine years working in the startup space, as a founder, a co-founder, and a venture accelerator director. After launching and leading her own digital media company that took her through the MassChallenge accelerator in 2010, Ashley was recruited to co-lead a startup called The Welcoming Committee, a national events and travel company. There she helped grow a Boston-based community of 2,000 people into a membership base of 35,000 across ten cities. 12 employees, 300+ annual events, and a one million dollar investment raise later, she stepped away from the company to join the team at Babson's Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL).

Ashley first joined CWEL as Director of the Boston WIN Lab, an accelerator program designed for women entrepreneurs looking to scale their businesses. After three years and unwavering support of the emerging women entrepreneurial leaders coming out of the program, Ashley was promoted to the Director of Marketing for CWEL. Now she spearheads thought leadership, research, and program marketing efforts at the number one school for entrepreneurship education worldwide in order to disseminate critical information and opportunities that can help female founders reach their ultimate potential.

Sue Levy Photo

Founder,
Savory Living

Sue is the CEO and founder of Savory Living. She created their proven 10-week personalized healthy eating program. Designed for busy people, it runs online, on-demand 24x7. Participants spend less than an hour a week to learn the time-saving nutrition, food, shopping and cooking skills they need to turn eating well for them into a delicious and sustainable lifestyle. Sue's personal challenges with illness sparked her interest in the connection between diet and health, and she experiences the rewards of eating well daily. With the program running globally and inside Fortune 500 companies and organizations she is well on her way to achieving her mission of making 1 million lives better by teaching people how to eat to take charge of their health and turn it into something they love doing.

About Our Partners

TiE-Boston

TiE-Boston is a chapter of TiE-Global, the largest global not-for-profit organization fostering entrepreneurship, to connect entrepreneurs with each other and other stakeholders in the innovation ecosystem, including serial entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, service providers, and early customers. Since 1997, TiE-Boston has been supporting entrepreneurs by offering education, mentorship, networking, and funding opportunities.

Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab®

The Babson College Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab® is a program designed specifically for early stage women entrepreneurs looking to accelerate their startups in both Boston and Miami. The WIN Lab recognizes that women build businesses differently. Through innovative programming, coaching, accountability, consultation, and cohort support, the Lab invests in the development of its entrepreneurs, enabling them to test, disrupt, innovate, and succeed.

Refund Policy

We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.

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