ULI NASHVILLE WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE (WLI)
presents another program in the series
VIRTUAL STUDIO AFTER DARK
Topic: Women’s Leadership – Momentum from Men
Studio-After-Dark offers small-group informal gatherings in a home or other personal setting for ULI Nashville women members. Studios include a host-led conversation with a featured guest industry leader on a contemporary topic, lessons-learned, experiences and/or anecdotes. Studio conversations are designed to be focused and thoughtful, yet casual and enlightening.
The virtual version of this popular program will feature an industry leader chatting with a skilled facilitator and twelve guests. Intentionally kept small, this will allow all participants to be able to participate and ensure a true conversation among colleagues.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Sera Cremona (ORI)
Guest Speakers: Travis Todd (Thomas & Hutton) & Derek Schmidt (Hastings)
Join us for a relaxed conversation with male allies in the development sector. We will seek to understand how they’ve promoted female leadership internally within their organization and externally within the industry. We will dig into their successes and challenges and explore tools they’ve utilized along the way. Please join us for this rare opportunity to hear a male perspective in the Studio After Dark setting.
This members-only event is free to all ULI Women Members. REGISTRATION is LIMITED TO 12 MEMBERS
at each Studio! Studios fill up quickly.
There is a second option of another Studio program
being offered IN-PERSON on Tuesday, February 23 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. More details and registration HERE
To get on the waitlist for either event, email Kate.Hyde@uli.org.
IF YOU CAN’T ATTEND after you’ve registered, please let us know so we may invite someone off the wait list!
Mission of ULI Nashville Women’s Leadership Initiative
The Mission of the ULI Nashville Women’s Leadership Initiative is to provide professional development opportunities for women, raise the visibility of the accomplishments of women and increase the number of women leaders in ULI and its member industries.
Thanks to WLI sponsor!