Take some time for yourself and join us for Women SEEN 2021 where we will celebrate, uplift and empower incredible women like you while tackling some of the biggest issues facing women today.
We are thrilled to bring together a dynamic group of women who are making a difference in their communities and the world for our fourth annual Women SEEN event. This year’s virtual event promises to be more powerful than ever before as we connect more than 200 women with local experts, speakers and business women.
Considering nearly 3 million American women have left the workforce this past year due to Covid-19 related issues, it’s more important than ever for women to band together to work towards improving pay inequality, undervalued work, and lack of access to affordable childcare.
Despite these hardships, we want to shine a light on women making changes and supporting other women. Join us for a morning you won’t soon forget and walk away with a renewed sense of community and purpose.
“it’s really important that we really focus on how we have a gender-equitable recovery and center the most impacted in our relief efforts.” Dr. C. Nicole Mason, keynote speaker at Women SEEN 2021
9:00 AM – Welcome & Breakout Sessions
10:00 AM – Guided meditation to get centered
10:05 AM – Introduction to keynote speaker
10:10 AM – Keynote speaker Dr. C Nicole Mason
10:45 AM – Introduction to panelists
10:50 AM – Panel discussion moderated by SEEN Editor-in-Chief Nicole Mazur
11:30 – Q&A from the audience
11:55 AM – Announce raffle winners
12:00 PM – Conclusion & parting remarks
Dr. C. Nicole Mason is the president and chief executive officer of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), a leading voice on pay equity, economic policies, and research impacting women. For the past two decades, Dr. Mason has spearheaded research on issues relating to economic security, poverty, women’s issues, and entitlement reforms; policy formation and political participation among women, communities of color, and youth; and racial equity.
Dr. Mason is the author of Born Bright: A Young Girl’s Journey from Nothing to Something in America (St. Martin’s Press) and has written hundreds of articles on community development, women, poverty, and economic security. Her writing and commentary have been featured in the New York Times, MSNBC, CNN, NBC, CBS, Real Clear Politics, Nation, Washington Post, Marie Claire, the Progressive, ESSENCE, Bustle, BIG THINK, Miami Herald, Democracy Now, and numerous NPR affiliates, among others.
This year’s panel features a group of powerful and empowering business owners who are making a difference in their communities and the world around them. SEEN’s Editor-in-Chief Nicole Mazur will moderate a discussion with these women about life during COVID, the changing landscape for women in business, mental health and more. Following the discussion, we will host a Q & A.
Attendees can choose from 8 different breakout sessions on relevant topics led by experts in the field. Once you purchase your Women SEEN 2021 ticket you will be directed to a form to register for your preferred session. Click here to read about these sessions and experts.
Mental Health Issues and How to Choose a Therapist – Nikki O’Donnell
Wired to Invest – Unlocking Your Financial Power – Paula Swain
Branding Yourself or Your Business – Meagan Ward
How to Use PR to Grow Your Business & Brand – Jennifer Foster
Social Media Tips for 2021 – Chelsie Dzbanski
How to Build your LinkedIn Presence – Brenda Meller
Leadership Skills for the Future – Michele Rochester
Women SEEN 2021 is brought to you by the following businesses
Tickets are $50 and include:
Access to breakout sessions, keynote speaker, panel discussion and Q &A, and a special swag box delivered to your home valued at $75! (It includes Dr. C Nicole Mason’s book, Born Bright and other great products from local women-owned businesses)
Purchase tickets by April 30 for $10 off with code WOMENROCK
Once you complete your purchase, you will receive a separate email with webinar access instructions and a form to choose your breakout session.