Lean In Seattle | Equal Pay, The Time is NOW!
Apr
13
9:00 AM09:00

Lean In Seattle | Equal Pay, The Time is NOW!

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Let's talk about money!

Join us Saturday, April 13th for an inspiring Equal Pay Day event; together we will explore practical solutions for closing the wage gap. Our expert panelists will share insights on equal pay from both micro (individual and employee) and macro (corporate and collective) perspectives.

Leave ready to take empowered, pragmatic action to ensure equal compensation for yourself and other women.

It’s time to thrive and move ahead with pay equality, positively impacting our wallets and our world!

Agenda:

9:00-9:30 | Check In

9:30-9:45 | Event Kickoff

9:45a | Panel Discussion

10:45a | Breakout Sessions

12:00p | Event Wrap


Event Logistics

Date: Saturday, April 13th, 2019

Time: 9:00 am — 12:00 pm

Location: MG2

Cost

This event is free to attend.

Please RSVP today and if your plans change and you will not be able to join us on April 13th please update your RSVP by April 8th.

Venue Accessibly

Lean In Seattle would like to welcome members with different mobility abilities to join us at this event. The MG2 is a partner in the quest for accessible spaces. There is a wheelchair accessible ramp at the venue entrance. The elevator to the event space and restrooms in the venue are ADA approve.

Transit Options

Public transit, ridesharing, and bicycling encouraged

Parking

3rd and Seneca: Diamond Parking, 1201 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Enter on Seneca. Short 5-minute walk to MG2.

1st and Spring: LAZ Parking, 1102 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104.  Parking structure opens at 9 am. Parking structure entrance is located on First Ave between Spring St and Seneca Street. Take the garage elevator to Level 1, where you will be directed to the check-in table

2nd and Seneca: LAZ Parking, 1191 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.  Parking structure entrances are located on Seneca St and Spring Street between First Ave and Second Avenue. Take the garage elevators to the lobby of the Second & Seneca building (Safeco Building), exit the lobby, and walk towards Spring St to MG2’s main entrance on Second Ave.

Event Venue Sponsor

MG2

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March Financial Goal Setting Session | Westlake
Mar
13
6:00 PM18:00

March Financial Goal Setting Session | Westlake

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Financial Goal Setting Session | Westlake 

To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year. This interactive event was selected for members who have requested a centrally located weekday evening option that focuses on financial literacy and goal setting. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions. These events are for members of the Lean In Seattle community. 

Financial Goal Setting Session Description: The Basics of Money

Join us for a Quiz Show-style workshop with Cecille Nguyen, MBA – Independent Wealth Strategist with 360 Advisers and Victorian Capital Management. We will have an informative and fun discussion regarding the basic building blocks of personal money management including budgeting, insurance, will and estate planning, and understanding retirement accounts. Audience participation is encouraged.

DATE: Wednesday, March 13, 2019

TIME: 6:00PM-8:00PM

LOCATION: Realself | 83 S King St. #800, Seattle, WA, 98104

MODERATOR: Cecile Nguyen | Contact Cecile 

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend. 

MODERATOR: Cecile Nguyen | Contact Cecile 

A California girl through and through, Cecille was born in Silicon Valley and raised all over Northern California. She attended university at UC Davis and completed her Master of Business Administration at Dominican University of California in Marin County. Cecille now finds herself at home in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

Cecille leverages her over 20 years of experience in banking and finance to empower her clients with financial education throughout the planning process. As an independent adviser, Cecille works with her clients to implement customized, comprehensive financial plans by using tax-efficient strategies and balancing investments with risk management. When she is not working with her clients on their holistic financial plans, she enjoys cooking, hiking, practicing yoga, watching the Great British Baking Show or flying back to California to visit family.

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Find Your Circle
Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Find Your Circle

Our very first Lean In Circles Fair!

This will be an opportunity to find people you connect with, network, and build community!

Circles are small groups—typically 8 to 12 members—that meet regularly to learn and grow together. There are more than 33,000 Circles in 150 countries and on more than 900 college campuses! 

At Lean In Seattle, we like to say that Circles are where the “rubber meets the road.” In essence, it’s where we see the most impact in moving women forward.


This event is for all people who are:

  • Looking to join a circle

  • Looking to explore other circles

  • Circles Moderators who are looking to find new members to join their circles

If you are a circle moderator or member of a circle and would like to host a circle station at this event please reach out to Elis Salamone at circles@leaninseattle.org

This event will be a job fair style event where after brief introductions members will have the opportunity to talk with different circles that are looking for new members to join!

This year the 2019 International Women's Day theme is #BalanceforBetter,  we have something special prepared for you! 
In addition to the Circles Fair, we will share Lean In's most recent training: 50 Ways to Fight Bias. Join us as we use this powerful activity to show you how to apply it to your Circle and lean research-backed recommendations on fighting bias in the workplace!

Agenda

9:00-9:30 | Check In

9:30-9:45 | Lean In Intros + What is Event

9:45-10:05 | Circle Introductions

10:05-10:35 | Circle Speed Dating Activity

10:35-11:00 | Open Circle Station Mingling

11:00-12:00 | International Women’s Day Training  

12:00-12:15 | Event Wrap Up

Please RSVP today and if your plans change and you will not be able to join us on March 2nd please update your RSVP by February 26th.

Event Logistics

Date: Saturday, March 2, 2019

Time: 9:00 am — 12:00 pm

Location: MG2, 1101 2nd Avenue #100, Seattle, WA, 98101

Cost

This event is free to attend.

Venue Accessibly

Lean In Seattle would like to welcome members with different mobility abilities to join us at this event. The MG2 is a partner in the quest for accessible spaces. There is a wheelchair accessible ramp at the venue entrance. The elevator to the event space and restrooms in the venue are ADA approve.

Transit Options

Public transit, ridesharing, and bicycling encouraged

Parking

3rd and Seneca: Diamond Parking, 1201 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Enter on Seneca. Short 5-minute walk to MG2.

1st and Spring: LAZ Parking, 1102 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104.  Parking structure opens at 9 am. Parking structure entrance is located on First Ave between Spring St and Seneca Street. Take the garage elevator to Level 1, where you will be directed to the check-in table

2nd and Seneca: LAZ Parking, 1191 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.  Parking structure entrances are located on Seneca St and Spring Street between First Ave and Second Avenue. Take the garage elevators to the lobby of the Second & Seneca building (Safeco Building), exit the lobby, and walk towards Spring St to MG2’s main entrance on Second Ave.

THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT VENUE SPONSOR MG2

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February Event | Amplifying More Voices
Feb
16
9:00 AM09:00

February Event | Amplifying More Voices

February Event | Amplifying More Voices

February Event | Amplifying More Voices 

Lean In Seattle Chapter is the world's largest and most strategically inclusive Lean In chapter in the world. We're an inclusive community that celebrates diversity and leadership at every level. We have 6,000+ active members and 100+ Circles and are one of Lean In Headquarter's 30 Regional Leaders worldwide. We are a multicultural and multi-generational community dedicated to moving women forward. We Want More Voices to Be Heard!

Your voice is powerful. You use your voice to tell your story, share your experiences, and build connections. We want you to develop the public speaking skills you will need at any level of your career or entrepreneurship journey in a psychologically safe environment. And we want to amplify your voices!

Members have shared that they find themselves in three categories when it comes to public speaking:

  • Members who are experts at using their voice and being heard and who are looking to help others find their voices

  • Members who have some experience with public speaking who are looking to grow their skills so that they can build their impromptu public speaking skills

  • Members who are having a difficult time communicating and having their voices heard during interviews (as the candidate or hiring manager), when presenting their ideas at work, and when sharing their stories.

Please join us on Saturday, February 16th at MG2 in Seattle from 9:00-12:00 for a morning full of workshops, breakout sessions, mock interviews, and peer support. This event has been designed to include speakers at all skill levels and will provide up opportunities for experienced speakers to contribute to the growth of those looking to develop their skills.

We want more voices to be heard!

We want to listen to your ideas, stories, and experiences!

We want to amplify more voices!

Please RSVP today and invite your friends!!

Important Inclusion Details: This event is free to attend, the venue is ADA accessible, and we use an inclusive definition of "women" in our mission - we welcome individuals who are trans women, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming. There will be gender neutral restroom access.

THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT VENUE SPONSOR MG2

Please RSVP today and if your plans change and you will not be able to join us, please RSVP by February 14th.

EVENT LOGISTICS

Date: Saturday, February 16th, 2019

Time: 9:00am — 12:00pm

Location: MG2, 1101 2nd Avenue #100, Seattle, WA, 98101

COST

This event is free to attend.

VENUE ACCESSIBILITY

Lean In Seattle would like to welcome members with different mobility abilities to join us at this event. The MG2 is a partner in the quest for accessible spaces. There is a wheelchair accessible ramp at the venue entrance. The elevator to the event space and restrooms in the venue are ADA approved.

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February Goal Setting Session | Lynnwood
Feb
2
9:00 AM09:00

February Goal Setting Session | Lynnwood

January Goal Setting Session | Lynnwood

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To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year.

*These events are for women in the Lean In Seattle community. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions.

DATE: Saturday, February 2, 2019

TIME: 9:00AM-12:00PM

LOCATION: InSpark Coworking Space, 16824 44th Ave. W. Suite 130, Lynnwood, WA 98037

VENUE WEBSITEhttps://www.insparkcoworking.com/

SPOTS AVAILABLE: 20

MODERATOR: Jessica McClure

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend. 

MODERATOR: Jessica McClure | Contact Jessica 

Jessica is an energetic, grounded, and intuitive coach who inspires her clients to reach their top performance levels. By providing expert tools and resources and supporting her clients’ accountability, Jessica is able to help them uncover and fulfill their precise needs. From years of working in collaborative corporate environments, she understands the importance of one’s voice, and of knowing how to speak up powerfully in order to create the change they want to see.

After over 10 years building relationships in corporate real estate and helping small and large retailers expand their businesses, she is now focused on expanding the power of the individual. Jessica has a B.S. in Political Science with a minor in Environmental Studies. She received her professional coaching certification from the Coaches Training Institute.

Jessica facilitates a monthly women’s Lean Out circle which supports individual growth and accountability with deep level connecting. She also knows the joy of balancing personal and professional life—she’s the mother of two elementary school-aged kids, explorer of the Pacific Northwest beaches and forests, and a seeker of all areas of spirituality and quantum physics—while finding joy in the present moment.

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January Goal Setting Session | Magnolia/Ballard
Jan
30
3:00 PM15:00

January Goal Setting Session | Magnolia/Ballard

January Goal Setting Session | Magnolia/Ballard


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To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year.

*These events are for women in the Lean In Seattle community. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions.

DATE: Wednesday, January 30, 2019

TIME: 3:00PM-5:00PM

LOCATION: Magnolia Meeting Room, Magnolia Library

SPOTS AVAILABLE: 50  

MODERATOR: Laura Espiru

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend.

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MODERATOR: Laura Espiru | Contact Laura

Laura is a women’s advocate by heart. She is the founder of Laura Espriu Consulting and the creator of the Dare with Grace™ program, designed to help women boost their confidence by connecting with their strengths. As a Latina and Executive Coach, her personal agenda is helping other Latinas to raise their game. Within Lean In Seattle Chapter, she co-leads the New Member Onboarding Project, created to welcome new members and to help them to navigate smoothly through the Chapter. She is also the founders of the Latinas in Seattle Circle. She has been part of Lean In since 2014, first in NY and recently in the Seattle Chapter.

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January Goal Setting Session | Tacoma - SOLD OUT
Jan
26
5:00 PM17:00

January Goal Setting Session | Tacoma - SOLD OUT

January Goal Setting Session | Tacoma - SOLD OUT

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To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year.

*These events are for women in the Lean In Seattle community. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions.

DATE: Saturday, January 26, 2019

TIME: 5:00PM-8:00PM

LOCATION: University Place, Tacoma

**The 10 people who commit to attend will be emailed the address**

SPOTS AVAILABLE: 10

MODERATOR: Elis Salamone

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend.

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MODERATOR: Elis (Fernandez) Salamone | Contact Elis

Elis (Fernandez) Salamone was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Connecticut by her single mom and is the oldest of 3 girls. At 18 she enlisted in the Army and after completing her enlistment, she left the Army to finish nursing school. After finishing her Bachelor’s in Nursing, she was commissioned in the Army reserves and then in the Air Force on active duty. In 2014 she retired from the Air Force after 27-years of military service, 2 deployments, 2 Masters, 7 assignments with numerous awards and medals for leadership, nursing and military achievements. Known for her resilience, perseverance and mentorship she feels her sense of humor and wisdom are two of her best attributes. Going through two divorces and having a 28year old son with Epilepsy, Elis knows the meaning of grit and grace. Elis is currently working as a Medical Practice Manager for the Puyallup Tribal Health Authority serving the Native American community. Elis is an administrator for the Lean In Women Veterans Facebook page with over 2600 members and recently attended the Global Lean In Conference representing the Women Veterans group. Elis lives outside Tacoma, WA and is an avid traveler, interior design enthusiast and social media contributor

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Jan
26
1:00 PM13:00

January Goal Setting Session | West Seattle

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To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year.

*These events are for women in the Lean In Seattle community. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions.

DATE: Saturday, January 26, 2019

TIME: 1:00PM-3:00PM

LOCATION: West Seattle Library Meeting Room

SPOTS AVAILABLE: 50

MODERATOR: Rashida Gaye

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend.

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MODERATOR: Rashida Gay | Contact Rashida

I was born an entrepreneur. I remember my first lemonade stand and selling icees on street corners of Brooklyn, NY around the age of 10. I grew up in both Philly, PA and Brooklyn NY because my parents divorced when I was very young. Things were challenging in my life as a child and I experienced poverty and dysfunction. In spite of the challenges that I faced, there was always a part of me that believed that I had the power to create a new reality. I decided at an early age to create a life that I would love in spite of my past.

I am now a Penn State Graduate, Mindset Coach, Business Coach, and Financial Services Adviser. I have also been married to an amazing man for 14 years and we have two beautiful children. I was a conference planner and then a successful sales rep earning my company 2 million dollars before I quit my job and started my own coaching business. I was awarded a fake gold watch as a reward for this accomplishment and that was the MindShift that I needed to realize that I deserved so much more. I then went on to sell over multi six figures in the first two years of my online business. I have also helped my clients sell over $4 MILLION DOLLARS in new business over the last three years.


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January Goal Setting Session | Issaquah
Jan
20
1:00 PM13:00

January Goal Setting Session | Issaquah

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January Goal Setting Session | Issaquah

To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year.

*These events are for women in the Lean In Seattle community. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions.

DATE: January 20, 2019

TIME: 1:00PM-2:00PM

LOCATION: Issaquah Library

SPOTS AVAILABLE: 50

MODERATOR: Brittany Flajole

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend.

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MODERATOR: Brittany Flajole | Contact Brittany

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January Goal Setting Session | Bellevue - SOLD OUT
Jan
19
10:30 AM10:30

January Goal Setting Session | Bellevue - SOLD OUT

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THIS EVENT IS SOLD-OUT

To kickoff 2019, Lean In Seattle leaders are hosting a variety of Goal Setting sessions across the region. Find one that works for your schedule and join us to get clear on what you want for this year.

*These events are for women in the Lean In Seattle community. Due to the limited availability of spaces, there is very strict cancellation policy for the Goal Setting Sessions.

DATE: Saturday, January 19, 2019

TIME: 10:30AM-1:30PM

LOCATION: Bellevue Library Meeting Room 

SPOTS AVAILABLE: 8

MODERATOR: Stephanie Murphy 

COST: All Lean In Seattle Events are Free to Attend

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Members of the Lean In Seattle Network

CANCELLATION POLICY: STRICT. There are limited spaces available for this event. If you RSVP to this event, you are making a commitment to attend. Cancellations and No Shows are not permitted. Only RSVP if you are 100% confident that you can attend.

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MODERATOR: Stephanie Murphy | Contact Stephanie

Stephanie is an enthusiastic connector and is passionate about leadership.  She believes that there is power in giving back to her community and finds joy in being both an accountability partner and cheerleader for those around her.  Stephanie has an extensive career in logistics and training, and is currently an Operations Manager with the Devices Global Logistics team at Amazon. Prior to moving to Seattle, Stephanie served in a volunteer capacity as a Jaycee Chapter President, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) NC-West Director of Logistics, and spent several years mentoring young professional leaders.  She has found a happy home as a member of the Dreamers & Achievers Lean In Circle. Stephanie is excited about her involvement with Lean In Seattle, serving on both the Circles and Operations teams. She lives in Bellevue with her partner, David, and dog, Maggie, and is always on the hunt for a pair of sassy shoes, especially in red.

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2018 WINS CELEBRATION EVENT
Nov
10
to Dec 8

2018 WINS CELEBRATION EVENT

2018 WINS CELEBRATION EVENT

There are over 6,300 extraordinary individuals in our organization, and 2018 has been a record-breaking year for many of you. We invite you to join us for an event focused on acknowledging, amplifying, and celebrating all of the WINS that you have had this year. Please join us on Saturday, December 8th at Paccar Atrium at Bellevue College to share your success stories from 2018 and your goals for 2019 with us! 

What Counts as a WIN? Here are a few questions to help you identify the types of wins you may have had this year:

  • Did you learn something valuable at one of our events?

  • Were you inspired by one of our speakers/trainers to take action?

  • Did you apply the negotiation skills that you learned to negotiate your salary?

  • Did you learn something new about Diversity and Inclusion?

  • Did you become an ally in a new way?

  • Did you have a powerful conversation with an ally?

  • Did you apply, enter, or graduate from an academic program?

  • Did you find your voice in a new way?

  • Did you find a team or a circle that makes you feel included?

  • Did find or launch a Circle?

  • Did you find a group of people in Seattle that you connected with as a newcomer?

  • Did you get a promotion?

  • Did you launch a company as an entrepreneur?

  • Did you secure funding for your startup?

  • Did you sell your business?

  • Did you make a scientific discovery?

  • Did you transition from active military service to the civilian sector?

  • Did you have a health breakthrough?

  • Did you purchase a home?

  • Did you expand your family?

  • Did you make a contact that introduced you to a new opportunity?

  • Did you find a way to give back through this community?

  • Did you have a different kind of WIN? We can't wait to learn more!


A few WINS that we are excited to share:

  • We have had a record-breaking year! 

  • Our organization is more diverse than ever before!

  • We grew by 2,000 people and now have over 6300 members!

  • We won a prestigious award for being the largest and most strategically inclusive Lean In Chapter on the planet!

Please join us at this WINS Celebration Event. Doors will open at 9:00, the event will begin at 9:30. The event will include a look back at 2018, the WINS Celebration, and a preview of our programming for 2019.

AGENDA

9:00am | Doors Open

9:30–10:00am | 2018 A Year In Review

10:00–11:00am | Members Stories and Wins

11:15am–11:30pm | Looking forward to 2019

11:30am–12:00pm | Cake Cutting + Photo Booths


LOCATION

Paccar Auditorium at Bellevue College is located in walking distance from the Eastgate Bus Station and Park and Ride and has free parking. Will send a campus map to each person who RSVPs. 

ACCESSIBILITY

Paccar Atrium is ADA accessible. The front door, event space, and restrooms are all ADA accessible. 


COST

This event is free to attend.

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CONNECT: CIRCLE SUPPORT + RESOURCES | DIVERSITY + SOCIAL INCLUSION PART 2
Nov
10
8:30 AM08:30

CONNECT: CIRCLE SUPPORT + RESOURCES | DIVERSITY + SOCIAL INCLUSION PART 2

CONNECT: CIRCLE SUPPORT + RESOURCES | DIVERSITY + SOCIAL INCLUSION PART 2

The mission of Lean In Seattle is to move women forward. We are actively listening to this community to learn more about what members need in order to move forward individually and as members of Circles. We are proud that Lean In Seattle was recently recognized by the Lean In Organization as the most diverse and strategically inclusive chapter in the entire world.

The Circles CONNECT series focuses on education and knowledge-sharing opportunities that our community needs for personal and Circle development. This CONNECT event will be the second in a two-part mini-series focused on promoting Diversity and Inclusion as organizational norms and the last CONNECT event of 2018.

EVENT WILL INCLUDE

  • One hour of inclusive social networking opportunities

  • An opportunity to hear from Lean In Seattle community members about their experience implementing D&I practices

  • Opportunities for peers to learn from each other

  • Cross-circle dialogue and resource exchange

AGENDA

8:30am | Doors Open + Inclusion Icebreaker

9:30am | Event Start + Welcome + Lean In Seattle Announcements

9:45 am | Diversity and Inclusion Workshop and Reflections

11:00 am | Breakout Sessions

12:00pm | Event Wrap Up

Please RSVP today and if your plans change and you will not be able to join us on November 10th please update your RSVP by November 5th

EVENT LOGISTICS

Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018

Time: 8:30 am — 12:00 pm

Location: MG2, 1101 2nd Avenue #100, Seattle, WA, 98101

COST

This event is free to attend.

VENUE ACCESSIBILITY

Lean In Seattle would like to welcome members with different mobility abilities to join us at this event. The MG2 is a partner in the quest for accessible spaces. There is a wheelchair accessible ramp at the venue entrance. The elevator to the event space and restrooms in the venue are ADA approved.

TRANSIT OPTIONS

Public transit, ride-sharing, and bicycling encouraged

PARKING

3rd and Seneca: Diamond Parking, 1201 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Enter on Seneca. Short 5-minute walk to MG2.

1st and Spring: LAZ Parking, 1102 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104.  Parking structure opens at 9 am. Parking structure entrance is located on First Ave between Spring St and Seneca Street. Take the garage elevator to Level 1, where you will be directed to the check-in table

2nd and Seneca: LAZ Parking, 1191 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.  Parking structure entrances are located on Seneca St and Spring Street between First Ave and Second Avenue. Take the garage elevators to the lobby of the Second & Seneca building (Safeco Building), exit the lobby, and walk towards Spring St to MG2’s main entrance on Second Ave.

EVENT VENUE SPONSOR

MG2

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Circles: Moderator Support
Oct
20
9:00 AM09:00

Circles: Moderator Support

Circles are a vital part of the Lean In experience - the place where you’ll cultivate a supportive community, accountability and the encouragement to grow. Join Lean In Seattle on July 7th to discover how powerful Circles can be in giving you the boost of motivation, inspiration, and confidence to pursue your goals.

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Fall Circles Kickoff | RISE: Circle Growth and Engagement
Oct
13
9:00 AM09:00

Fall Circles Kickoff | RISE: Circle Growth and Engagement

Circles are a vital part of the Lean In experience - the place where you’ll cultivate a supportive community, accountability and the encouragement to grow. Join Lean In Seattle on July 7th to discover how powerful Circles can be in giving you the boost of motivation, inspiration, and confidence to pursue your goals.

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MASTERCLASS: Harnessing Your Network to Negotiate
Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

MASTERCLASS: Harnessing Your Network to Negotiate

The mission of Lean In Seattle is to #MoveWomenForward. Our community has let us know that in order to move forward as students, professionals, entrepreneurs, and leaders, there is a critical need for high-impact skills development opportunities that increase the potential of attendees. Our MASTERCLASS events feature expert speakers and hands-on workshops for our community members. Our September 15th will be our third and final MASTERCLASS event in 2018. 

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CONNECT: Circle Support & Resources | Summer Edition
Aug
11
8:30 AM08:30

CONNECT: Circle Support & Resources | Summer Edition

The mission of Lean In Seattle is to move women forward. We are actively listening to this community to learn more about what members need in order to move forward individually and as members of Circles. The Circles CONNECT series focuses on education and knowledge sharing opportunities that our community needs for personal and Circle development. 

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RISE: Circles Engagement + Growth | Summer Circles Kickoff and Moderator Training
Jul
7
9:00 AM09:00

RISE: Circles Engagement + Growth | Summer Circles Kickoff and Moderator Training

Circles are a vital part of the Lean In experience - the place where you’ll cultivate a supportive community, accountability and the encouragement to grow. Join Lean In Seattle on July 7th to discover how powerful Circles can be in giving you the boost of motivation, inspiration, and confidence to pursue your goals.

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Masterclass: Find Your Voice
Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

Masterclass: Find Your Voice

You’ve got your laptop, your coffee, and your seat at the table. Now what?! Time to speak up! Join us on June 9 to learn how to develop your authentic and powerful voice, own and receive credit for your ideas, and influence decision making at work. Let’s do it! Our panelists are well versed in the art and science of speaking up, so join us for what promises to be a life-changing learning experience for all of us! #LeanInSpeakUp 

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Masterclass: Becoming Everyday Allies
Mar
17
9:00 AM09:00

Masterclass: Becoming Everyday Allies

On the heels of the #MeToo movement and recent reports of sexual misconduct, we want to take a deep dive into what it actually means to be an ally of women. Join us as we explore what allyship is, share actionable steps that allies can take, and celebrate what allies are already doing to move women forward. We encourage all Lean In Seattle members to bring their allies—their spouse, partner, colleague, children, or friends. We want EVERYONE, including men, to join us for our first Masterclass of 2018 to dig into this important topic.

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CONNECT: Circle Support + Resources | Inaugural Event
Feb
10
8:30 AM08:30

CONNECT: Circle Support + Resources | Inaugural Event

The mission of Lean In Seattle is to move women forward. We are actively listening to this community to learn more about what members need in order to move forward individually and as members of Circles. This is the inauguration of a new series of quarterly events called Circles CONNECT that focuses on education and exchange opportunities that members need for personal and Circle development.

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Winter Circles Kickoff | RISE Circle Growth + Engagement
Jan
13
9:00 AM09:00

Winter Circles Kickoff | RISE Circle Growth + Engagement

The New Year is right around the corner and we know what that means: time to set some big goals to tackle in 2018! What better way to do that than to join a Lean In Circle? Circles are small groups—typically of 8 to 12 members—that meet regularly to learn and grow together.

At this event, we’ll host a panel of experienced Circle leaders and break out into a pop-up Circle meeting. We’ll also provide the opportunity to connect with potential Circles at Circle sign-up stations. Save your spot on Eventbrite!

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Celebrating 2017 + Defining 2018 Impact | Ownership + Contribution Series
Dec
2
9:00 AM09:00

Celebrating 2017 + Defining 2018 Impact | Ownership + Contribution Series

Mixer + Member Shares + Lean In Seattle 2018 Plan + Your Path to Pitching In

Oh yeah! We’re biting off the whole thing at once!

Come share your story and learn about rewarding ways to contribute to the next big Lean In Seattle vision in 2018! Stay tuned on Facebook and in our next newsletter for all the ways to Lean In at our December event. We want your skills and expertise! 

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