Fireside Chat about Female Firebrands with Mikaela Kiner
Seattle, WA • January 14, 2020
Join us to celebrate the book release of Female Firebrands with Mikaela Kiner, fireside chat style, at the historic Stimson-Green House (former residence of two original female firebrands)!
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM PSTBanister Advisors Stimson-Green Mansion
1204 Minor Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Please join us for a fireside chat with Mikaela Kiner, CEO of Reverb and author of Female Firebrands at the Stimson-Green House. The historic space in which we will host our chat is in itself significant - Harriett Stimson – and Dorothy Bullitt were female firebrands themselves!
A signed copy of the book is included with the price of your ticket. Additional copies will be available for sale.
About the Book
If you are not sure what a firebrand is, they are certain to find out in Mikaela Kiner’s powerful first book. Women of all generations will nod in recognition at the stories of 13 successful professional women from diverse backgrounds and industries as they recount the challenges they've faced in their careers and how they have overcome bias, sexism, and the power imbalance.
These women are role models not just because they’ve been successful in their careers, but because they are mission driven and doing good in the world. They are whole people—dealing with issues of work, family, balance, confidence, and the need to stay motivated and strong.
Female Firebrands is an honest, modern, and solutions-oriented guide for dealing with situations women know all too well: sexual harassment, not being taken seriously, and being talked over, passed over, underpaid, and underappreciated. Mid-career women will read this book and know they're not alone. Women earlier in their careers can save years of heartache and frustration by learning what's worked for women who came before them.
The Firebrands Featured in the Book:
- Cheryl Ingram, CEO and Founder, Diverse City and Inclusology
- Christy Johnson, CEO and Founder, Artemis Connection
- Emily Parkhurst, Publisher and Market President, Puget Sound Business Journal
- Erin Jones, Education Champion, Social Justice Advocate, Educator, and Public Speaker
- Fran Dunaway, CEO/Co-Founder, TomboyX
- Heather Lewis, Government Affairs Manager, Rover.com
- Kieran Snyder, CEO, Textio
- Leslie Feinzaig, Founder and CEO, Female Founders Alliance
- Mala Singh, Chief People Officer, Electronic Arts
- Mar Brettmann, Executive Director, BEST
- Ruchika Tulshyan, Founder, Candour, and Author of The Diversity Advantage
- Teri Citterman,Executive Performance Coach and Author of From the CEO’s Perspective
- Tet Salva, Founder, MomWarriorTM
Collaborator on privilege chapter: Aiko Bethea, Fred Hutch Cancer Center
Getting to the Stimson-Green Mansion
We encourage you to use public transportation. There are many bus stops within blocks of the Stimson-Green Mansion. If you take the Link Light Rail, both the University St. Station and the Westlake Station are .7 miles from the Stimson-Green Mansion. For those driving, long-term parking is available for $3 after 5:00pm at the First Hill Plaza Garage, 1099 Summit Ave, Seattle, WA 98104. Onsite parking is available in the Stimson-Green lot only for participants in need of accommodations and arrangements must be made in advance. Additionally, paid street parking is available around the Stimson-Green Mansion; and there are lots at 1300 Spring Street (across from First Hill Plaza Garage) and 1300 Terry (at intersection with University; near Virginia Mason Hospital).
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6:00-6:30 Registration & Networking over wine & hors d'oeuvres
6:40-7:50 Fireside chat and Q&A
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