Sun, Aug 13 2017

A Seat at the Table: Women's Empowerment Brunch,

Amarachi Restaurant, Brooklyn, New York, United States Amarachi Restaurant, Brooklyn, New York, United States

  • About the event

    The empowerment of women and girls is crucial to breaking the cycle of poverty for families around the world. Help Women’s Empire further this work by supporting the 2nd Annual Empowerment Brunch, 'A Seat at the Table',  Sunday,  August 13th.
    A Seat at the Table will focus on Female Empowerment – featuring female
    entrepreneurs, bloggers, business leaders, and professionals, who will come
    together to form a strong and supportive network and to discuss workplace
    empowerment, healthy relationships, business development, and civic engagement.



    Why should you sponsor?

    On Sunday, August 13th, Women’s Empire will bring together over 125 women in New York City at our 2nd Annual Women’s Empowerment Brunch, 'A Seat at the Table'. Last year, we drew over 85 attendees and the participation of female 15 business owners. This year we invite you to join the ranks of exclusive sponsors represented at 'A Seat at the Table'. Sponsoring this event will provide you/your business with unique marketing opportunities, and will demonstrate your outstanding support and dedication to the empowerment of women and girls.

    DeAnda Clements

    With 13-years of experience helping brands domestic and global find the sweet spot between content and marketing, I am a proud member of the Women's Empire  Broad and the Social Change Movement.  

    Women's Empire's mission is to inspire women and girls in New York City to bridge the gender gap at home, in the community, and in the workplace. Our vision is to empower women and girls in New York City to attain success. The Women's Empire core principles include: 

    1. Health and Wellness
    2. Educational advancement
    3. Economic Empowerment
    4. End of Violence Against Women
    5. Leadership & Entrepreneurship
    6. Civic Engagement


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  • 51-100 attendees expected

    0% Male Attendees

    100% Female Attendees

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