Join us on Sunday, March 26th for our first VIRTUAL SUMMIT!
For some people, life is comfortable, but it's not that way for all of us in the workforce. Latinas, Black, and Queer people continue to be discriminated against in the workplace. This a bold space for people in decision-making roles, and people who want to know what it means to be a person from a divested community working in today's market.
This virtual event on Sunday, March 26th will center around stories of progress and challenges that our ancestors talked about, but this time we are talking about thriving in the boardroom.
At the $50 dollar level, you can also include a Midwest Mujeres T-shirt! LINK to BUY!
This exclusive conversation is for inclusive leaders, professionals, non-binary individuals, women/femme-identified folx who desire to engage in honest and vulnerable conversation and glean related expertise from national Leaders, Award-winning Authors and Community Organizers, Sex positive Influencers, Curanderas (Mexican Healers), Scientists., Non-Binary and Queer leaders, Poets, Business Coaches, and regional leaders!!
Locally, SIX local leaders will be leading these conversations: Felisa Forte, Bilingual financial leader, Karen Garcia, Chamber ambassador and community bridge builder, Marcela Kyngesburye from the Rape Crisis Center and Zen leader, and former Madisonian Dr. Laura Minero UW Graduate of the Counseling Psychology program and well-recognized for their insight on trauma-informed, intersectional liberation. From Milwaukee, we have Rebecca Arrichielo, Wellness leader, and Isamary Reyes Rosario, Higher Education Leader, Milwaukee Area Technical College.
“We want our event to be a place of connection for Latina/Black/Indigenous/Asian/LGBTQ/Immigrant and white women to explore what it means to create community for each other in the workplace, where are differences are valued. People will be able to meet with career coaches and leaders in the work inclusion space, who represent their background and lifestyle and share their ambition to close the wage gap for all women,” says founder Esparza.