Women and Money Town Hall: Philadelphia

Civic Philly • 5 February 2018
Event date 6 Feb '18 06:00 pm - 08:30 pm
Event location The Maas Building • 1325 N Randolph St, Philadelphia, 19122, PA, United States
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Money is power. It's self-worth. It's value. It's also really uncomfortable to talk about.

Come join Ladies Get Paid: Philadelphia for our first ever town hall where women will share their work war stories and together, strategize on how we can better advocate for ourselves and each other. At each town hall we ask our panelists to share their stories, and then we open the discussion to the room and encourage everyone to share or ask something. Wine and snacks will be provided.

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Speakers will include:

Nayo Carter-Gray, EA MBA - Nayo, CEO of 1st Step Accounting, makes accounting a little less taxing. Her experience in both public and private sector has garnered over 15 years of tax and accounting experience. Nayo helps business manage their financial health with affordable and accessible accounting solutions - allowing them to focus on growing their business and not filing receipts.

Maggie Baker, Ph.D. is a psychology and financial therapy specialist and the author of Crazy About Money: How Emotions Confuse Our Money Choices And What To Do About It. Maggie's book tells the stories of people who try to act rationally about money but end up sabotaging their own efforts. 

Tam Williams is a self-described mother, granny, wife, sister, auntie, friend, and businesswoman who loves to help other women Live Life Grand. She is the co-founder of She's It, a lifestyle technology & content media company. Before lauching She's It and the SheAPP, Tam served as a consultant for Fortune 500 companies like Motorola, Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen, GS1, Vanguard, Merck Pharmaceuticals among many more.

Rita Friedman - Rita is a certified job and career transition coach who is passionate about helping her clients increase their earning potential. Her articles and interviews have been featured in Money Magazine,Careerbuilder.comForbes.com and Working Mother Magazine. 

Margherita Urbani is an Italian-born American illustrator, graphic designer, and art director. With a wry sense of humor, her comics and illustrations often explore the challenges, both linguistic and otherwise, of being “other.” Her work has appeared in The New York Times, IL Magazine, Apartamento Magazine, Airbnb and Anthropologie, among other places. She is currently a full-time Art Director for Urban Outfitters.
The town hall will be moderated by Claire Wasserman, Founder, Ladies Get Paid. Organized by Ladies Get Paid: Philadelphia committee Rachel Robbins, Kimberly Ellen Hall, Ali King and Erin Carroll.

Snacks provided by our friends at Cake Life Bake Shop. Event photography by the talented Haley Richter.

**There is no recording at this town hall however, photography may be used. By attending this event, you are consenting to having your picture taken and used.**

Please note that our event will be taking place on the second story of a historic building.

We know finding childcare can be hard (and expensive!) so you’re welcome to bring your kids. Feminism can never start too young.

We welcome cis + trans women, as well as non-binary/gender non-conforming folks.

Follow us on Instagram @LadiesGetPaidPhilly or like us on Facebook for updates.

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7 months agoAdd to Calender 2018-02-06 23:00:00 2018-02-06 23:00:00 Women and Money Town Hall: Philadelphia Money is power. It's self-worth. It's value. It's also really uncomfortable to talk about. Come join Ladies Get Paid: Philadelphia for our first ever town hall where women will share their work war stories and together, strategize on how we can better advocate for ourselves and each other. At each town hall we ask our panelists to share their stories, and then we open the discussion to the room and encourage everyone to share or ask something. Wine and snacks will be provided. https://www.facebook.com/events/1624716874278980/ Speakers will include: Nayo Carter-Gray, EA MBA - Nayo, CEO of 1st Step Accounting, makes accounting a little less taxing. Her experience in both public and private sector has garnered over 15 years of tax and accounting experience. Nayo helps business manage their financial health with affordable and accessible accounting solutions - allowing them to focus on growing their business and not filing receipts. Maggie Baker, Ph.D. is a psychology and financial therapy specialist and the author of Crazy About Money: How Emotions Confuse Our Money Choices And What To Do About It. Maggie's book tells the stories of people who try to act rationally about money but end up sabotaging their own efforts.  Tam Williams is a self-described mother, granny, wife, sister, auntie, friend, and businesswoman who loves to help other women Live Life Grand. She is the co-founder of She's It, a lifestyle technology & content media company. Before lauching She's It and the SheAPP, Tam served as a consultant for Fortune 500 companies like Motorola, Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen, GS1, Vanguard, Merck Pharmaceuticals among many more. Rita Friedman - Rita is a certified job and career transition coach who is passionate about helping her clients increase their earning potential. Her articles and interviews have been featured in Money Magazine,Careerbuilder.com, Forbes.com and Working Mother Magazine.  Margherita Urbani is an Italian-born American illustrator, graphic designer, and art director. With a wry sense of humor, her comics and illustrations often explore the challenges, both linguistic and otherwise, of being “other.” Her work has appeared in The New York Times, IL Magazine, Apartamento Magazine, Airbnb and Anthropologie, among other places. She is currently a full-time Art Director for Urban Outfitters. The town hall will be moderated by Claire Wasserman, Founder, Ladies Get Paid. Organized by Ladies Get Paid: Philadelphia committee Rachel Robbins, Kimberly Ellen Hall, Ali King and Erin Carroll. Snacks provided by our friends at Cake Life Bake Shop. Event photography by the talented Haley Richter. **There is no recording at this town hall however, photography may be used. By attending this event, you are consenting to having your picture taken and used.** Please note that our event will be taking place on the second story of a historic building. We know finding childcare can be hard (and expensive!) so you’re welcome to bring your kids. Feminism can never start too young. We welcome cis + trans women, as well as non-binary/gender non-conforming folks. Follow us on Instagram @LadiesGetPaidPhilly or like us on Facebook for updates. The Maas Building America/New_York public Feminism & Gender Equality