NYC Black Women’s Political Club will host its first annual InspireHER conference for Black Women throughout NYC powered by LYFT on March 5th at 10:30 am.
Online PR News – 01-March-2022 – New York, NY – The New York City Black Women’s Political Club (NYC BWPC), will host its first annual InspireHER conference for Black Women throughout NYC powered by LYFT on March 5th at 10:30am. This conference in partnership with Cross River and Eleanor’s Legacy will serve as a safe space for Black Women to prioritize themselves as leaders, centered in civics through Wellness, Business and Technology. Join us as we inspire #BlackWomen to lead in all aspects of their lives.
This highly anticipated convening will bring together a diverse set of black women who are changemakers to come together and make collective change. Civic guest speakers include Hon. Althea Stevns, Hon. Crystal Hudson, Jahmila Edwards of DC 37, Community Leader Amoy Barnes, Na’ilah Amaru of the Human Services Council, Nicole Doswell of Models of Color Matter, Ann Marie Admission of Emblem Health and Social Media Activist Carla Marie Davis. Business guest speakers include Adeola Adejobi of Avant Garde Network, Tenyse Williams of Verified Consulting, and Zanade Mann of the Black Women’s Business Collective. Guest Tech Speakers include Shiqueen Brown of Microsoft, Adero Miwo of Fairer Fare, Johanne Civil of Zendesk and Brittany Dandy of Media Monk. Wellness guest speakers include Tracyavon Ford of T-Ford Consulting, and Nancy Pascal of Planet of the People.
Key points of the Conference will include:
Civics: How to Prepare for Leadership & Empowerment
Civics: What does Dressing for Success look like?
Business: Leveraging the Black Woman’s Dollar
Tech: Getting into the Tech Space and Gaining Access to Capital
Black Women’s Wellness
What: This a safe space for Black Women to prioritize themselves as leaders, centered in civics through Wellness, Business and Technology.
Who: Electeds, Stakeholders & Community members
When: Saturday, March 5th
Where: LYFT Headquarters
RSVP: We encourage attendees at RSVP at the link below
This event will be supported by the Maram Consulting Agency, spearheaded by Ndeye Ngom.
Additionally, this convening will be also supported by integral community partners including Girls Inc, CAMBA, Educated Voter, Sisters for Justice, Lay the Guns Down, It’s Only Entertainment, Beyond Beleaf, and the Afro-Latino Association for Policy & Advocacy.
The New York City Black Women’s Political Club is an organization that advances the causes of black women, throughout the five Boroughs of New York City. We encourage greater participation of Black women in all phases of the political process while pursuing and supporting causes and issues or persons who advance the socio-economic and political position of Black women and other disenfranchised groups.
LYFT is a community-powered ride sharing platform. Through its mobile app, locals who need rides are connected to nearby neighbors who can provide rides. We believe every community deserves access to safe, reliable and affordable transportation.
Cross River is a trusted financial services organization that merges the established expertise of a bank with the innovation and product offering of a technology company. We are experienced leaders working to protect our clients’ business goals providing streamlined, end-to-end solutions, so they can grow in the ever evolving market.
Emblem Health is a health and wellness company that provides insurance plans, primary and specialty care, and wellness solutions.
Eleanor’s Legacy works to recruit, train, and elect pro-choice Democratic women at the state and local level in New York.