We’re redefining networking.
Ellevate is a place where you'll belong, not a sea of faceless connections. Our members are people who you can trust and genuinely want to help you succeed.
In this think-tank style Executive Roundtable, business leaders will come together to collectively define a workplace that works for all.
In this highly interactive session you will learn: -How to Make Time for Wellness Right Now -The Advantages of Prioritizing Nine Key Areas of Self-Care -How to Create an Action Plan the You Can Keep
Join us for inspiration and motivation at our May Virtual Executive Breakfast! We’re here to build meaningful local and digital relationships that can offer insights and open doors.
Join in the conversation with Chris Johnson, PsyD, founder of Q4 Consulting, for a monthly, virtual Coffee Chat exploring various topics throughout the year.
Don't just stand there - create and maintain safe, respectful and inclusive communities by standing up and speaking out to help others in difficult situations through Bystander Intervention.
Join the Ellevate Entrepreneurs community for a special mastermind to help you sort through the lessons learned so far in 2022.
Our first IN-PERSON event! Come meetup with new and old friends and enjoy some modern Southern dishes, a cocktail and great conversation. Guests WELCOME and encouraged!
Be Bold. Be You. Build Your Brand. Come join us for this engaging hour while you work on your brand.
Our Executive Leadership Lunch is back by popular demand!
Last month's discussion with Hillary Sobel, Esq., What Came 1st the Chicken or the Egg, was so popular we are continuing the conversation this month. If you weren't there, we'll get you caught up!!
We invite you into a safe space for the Black women of the Ellevate community to come together and discuss the issues that we face and to provide each other with support.
Let's explore workplace wellness from the inside out. How do you want to feel at work? Our Chapter Co-President, Robyn Mather, will facilitate a fun and illuminating session with a deck of cards!
This workshop lays out a road map for how to make the leap from employee to entrepreneur.
Being empathetic does not mean being soft. As a leader, you need to provide the empathetic ear while still ensuring the work gets done. Let's discuss how to best keep this in balance.
Join the Ellevate Entrepreneurs community for a special mastermind to revamp and reenergize your vision for the second half of the year.
Join us on Zoom for our monthly First Friday virtual chat. Spend quality time before work for a cup of coffee and a chance to network with intention.
You have best friends that support and cheer you on in all your endeavors, do you consider money in that same category? How would your life be different if money were your best friend?
A culture of allyship benefits everyone. It especially benefits those who are underrepresented in their workplaces. It's not easy to change company culture, but we must - as leaders - do just that.
This session will build upon prior work in helping you create your CEO 90-day plan that helps you prioritize your focus and time on what matters most.
Are you the best-kept secret in your industry? Whether you're an entrepreneur or careerist, success is hard if no one knows you're here. We'll share fun & effective ways to promote your brand.
Join us for our monthly coffee chat - focused on community & connection. Grab your favorite morning beverage and join us for a conversation with fellow Ellevate members!
We welcome members of the LGBTQ+ community into a safe space to connect, learn, and grow.
Come join us in person and check out the latest styles, enjoys some sips and bites and mingle with the women of Austin.
Join us for our first in-person executive lunch in 2 years! We are ready to break bread with you and discuss the pressing matters facing Boston women leaders today.
Join us for our bi-monthly Twin Cities Podcast Club! Next Up is "Working Women: Valerie Jarrett and the Importance of Mentorship" This comes from the Michelle Obama Podcast.
A week after Mobilize Women we'll take some time to reflect on the lessons learned and how to bring them to life.
Having a service-oriented business means evaluating and revamping your offerings is more important, not less!
Randell Bynum LSMW, Chief Executive Officer for the Girl Scouts of Nassau County, will join us for networking and a conversation about building a better world with confidence & positive self-esteem.
Connect with fellow Ellevate members. Meet women from across the country and locally. Share what you do and how we can help you thrive in your business.
Join the conversation as we discuss our next steps as seasoned professionals.