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Ellevate Washington DC invites you to a fun and festive evening to celebrate another wonderful year of professional growth and investing in yourself!
Are you ready to kick start your success in 2018? Join Ellevate DC for a tailor-made workshop on creating YOUR successful plan for 2018!
Come network with your peers, and enjoy a lovely lunch and lively conversation at our Leadership Luncheon in November!
Roll up your sleeves and dig into a bowl of fresh pasta dough with this hands-on cooking class at Carmine’s in Washington DC. Whip up authentic sauces, gluten-free pasta and taste Italian wines for th
Are you feeling stuck? Don't know where to start? Join us for a powerful one-day workshop designed to help you get empowered to find new meaning in your work and inspired to design a life you love!
Join LeAndria Streeter (Bossed Up AmBOSSador), Alice Hu (Six Degrees Society), and many more women from the Washington, DC community for a fun night of networking!
Please join Ellevate Network in Washington, D.C. for an elegant and exclusive evening with Personal Brand Coach, Executive Presence Consultant, and Image Consultant Annette Harris.
Join Ellevate Network in Washington, D.C. for an exclusive event in the Wine Room at Del Frisco’s Grill. Socialize with like-minded wine lovers and enjoy the finest Virginia wine, food and more!
On behalf of Diversity Woman, we are honored to welcome you to the 12th Annual Diversity Women Business Leadership Conference taking place October 18-20, at the National Harbor.
Come network with your peers, and enjoy a lovely lunch and lively conversation at our Leadership Luncheon in October!
Join Ellevate Network in Washington D.C. for our first Young Professionals Happy Hour! Enjoy an evening of networking, libations and good conversation as you build new connections and make friends.
Networking is critical to professional success, but introverts often find it a challenge. In fact, for the less outgoing, attending a networking event can be downright scary.