Brave Your Brand
The Holidays are just around the corner and you don’t want to miss this year’s Holiday Social. Our theme this year is BRAVE YOUR BRAND. We have invited two very special speakers to inspire us on authentically crafting and living our personal brand. We are also supporting Women of the World non-profit, which provides hope, support, supplies, education, and positivity to hundreds of women refugees and their families. So come be inspired, give back, and as always, we will have great entertainment by The Scarlet Foxx, amazing food, happy hour drinks and a very festive atmosphere to network and kick off the new year!
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Special thanks to our Holiday Event sponsors, Adobe and Dealertrack!
Dr. Joelle Jay - “Leading Yourself to Success"
Author, Executive Coach, and Principal, Leadership Research Institute
Joelle Jay, Ph.D., is an executive coach who helps leaders achieve what they want to achieve…and lead the lives they want to live. Joelle is the author of The Inner Edge: The Ten Practices of Personal Leadership and Advantage, How Women in Leadership Can Create Win-Wins for Their Companies and Themselves. Joelle specializes in the advancement of executive women, and she is proud to have worked in a number of the most successful and most-admired companies to support the development of top talent into positions of leadership.
Farai Madzima - “I Shouldn’t Be Here and Other Myths”
Lead UX Designer at Shopify, Organizer Pixel Up!, Global connector
Born in Zimbabwe, Farai Madzima was going to be a doctor but didn’t get the grades. Now he's a designer. Make of that what you will. Using words, scribbles, and pixels he’s spent the last 14 years helping design and build products and teams in the UK, South Africa, and Canada. Farai has appeared at events worldwide, including IXDA Interaction and IASummit. He organizes Pixel Up! and Source Up! conferences and meetups in South Africa. These events connect designers and developers in Africa with their peers around the world.
Please support donations for Women of the World:
During times of war, women endure unimaginable suffering. This vulnerable group suffers tremendously and in great numbers, accounting for 4 out of 5 refugees. Despite the rising numbers of women and children seeking asylum, investment in refugees is inadequate. Only about 4 percent of overseas development assistance goes to gender equality and for every dollar of development assistance, just two cents goes to girls. It’s essential to give women refugees and their families a place to go, a future to grab hold of, and a way to become productive members in the community. You can transform lives when you become a supporter of Women of the World today.