Join us each third Tuesday of the month from 5PM – 6:30PM Pacific for some female founder community, connection and co-creation. Each month is a bit different but we often share a “one breath” summary of our businesses and do an #ask of what we need to help our businesses through this rough period and what we can #offer the community.
This is a chance to learn more about the amazing community of Changing Tides female founders and investors (open to all who identify as womxn), and to let our hair down and have some fun together. Join us – it’s totally free.
Let’s change this tide together!
I had a great time and met some amazing women. I will absolutely check out the programs and look forward to seeing you all again soon.– Ashleigh Marie BrownFounder of CLAIRE
- January 19
- February 19
- March 16
- April 20
- May 18
- June 15
- July 20
- August 17
- September 21
- October 19
- November 16
- December 21
Free to attend and open to all female founders and womxn entrepreneurs.
All participants must register via Evenbrite to ensure the security of our virtual calls.
HAPPY HOUR LEADER
Jennifer LeBlanc, Founder of the Changing Tides Movement
Jennifer S. LeBlanc is the best-selling author of Launching for Revenue: How to Launch Your Product, Service or Company for Maximum Growth and Changing Tides: Powerful Strategies for Female Founders, and owns the publishing house, HAL House. She is the founder of the Changing Tides Movement, which was developed out of the pressing need for a collaborative community focused on the unique experiences of women founders, entrepreneurs and investors.
Jennifer is known as a high-energy and inspiring keynote speaker and workshop facilitator for startup accelerators and corporate teams. In her private coaching work, Jennifer works with female founders, entrepreneurs, and change agents to provide them with the tools and connections they need to succeed. Jennifer has also acted as an advisor to President Obama, Congress and the SBA via the National Women’s Business Council. The Silicon Valley Business Journal honored Jennifer with its Silicon Valley Women of Influence Award in 2016 and she was shortlisted as Advocate of the Year by Women in IT Silicon Valley for her work with the Changing Tides Movement to support female founders and women entrepreneurs.
Jennifer is also the founder and CEO of ThinkResults, was ranked as the 10th Fastest Growing Private Company in Silicon Valley in 2017 and has been recognized as one of the top Silicon Valley agencies each year since 2013.
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Guidelines & Structure
- First and foremost, the Happy Hour is a safe space that is respectful to all participants.
- Each happy hour starts with a round of introductions and a round of asks & offers.
- We try to keep the conversation light while providing a space for people to vent, express frustration, and share honestly.
- We avoid tabloid conversations (including gossip).
- We avoid politically or socially charged topics that are not related directly to small business / founders / current business environment / mental health.
- We also respect that this is an international group with different political, social, and religious beliefs.
- No presentations during happy hours – a graph or simple overview is fine (like sharing criteria for a grant program, etc.).
- We close with another call for offers/asks that may have come up during the meeting.
- We always end on a high note – this can be a story, quote, joke, setting an intention for the coming week, positive news, or words of encouragement.