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Come join us for a fun and lighthearted book club event where we will discuss The Myth of the Nice Girl, by Fran Hauser.
Executive Presence is a must for any professional woman. But it is often a missing ingredient for many women striving to advance. Learn the tools to strengthen yours!
An enthralling evening awaits you at the Arguimbau Art Gallery. Drink, network & meet the nationally recognized artist Peter Layne Arguimbau.
Join us to get a morning boost of inspiration over coffee with others.
Feeling stuck or unfulfilled in your career? Not sure what's next? Need motivation to heal from career wounds? Well, the Power of Owning Your Career workshop is for you. We give you career fuel.
Experience to motivate career ownership. Up your networking moves for career success. Get a professional headshot done! Shift limiting mindset blocking career growth.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to get to know the wonderful women of Ellevate!
Enjoy bubbly and bites while you shop and hear from the owner of a successful woman owned boutique on how she does it.
Come meet and listen to three successful women from our tri-state area share their journey, trial and tribulations within their respective fields.
Celebrate the relaunch of the Ellevate Fairfield/Westchester Chapter with Ellevate Chair Sallie Krawcheck.
A Woman's Heart Opening Journey of Breaking Free, Building Confidence & Expanding Forward
Join us for cocktails & networking followed by a dynamic panel of experts discussing a range of ways to get active, from becoming more involved in your community to running for an elected office.
A one-day New York Metro event for current and returning professional women. Special discount for Ellevate members: 25% discount off the registration fee with code ELLEVATE.
You’re actively looking for a job after time home with family, a layoff or a career change of heart. It has been a long time since you’ve had to write a resume and sell yourself to hiring managers ...
You’ve been out of the workforce for a few years—or since women wore suits with little bow ties. You got a great education—maybe even an advanced degree—but your only recent work ...