Women Employed is showing up and speaking out for working women all over town. We’d love to see you at our next event!
Celebrate International Women’s Day with Topstep at our third annual She Means Business event. This intimate panel discussion will center around career advancement, uplifting and supporting other women, leadership, breaking gender stereotypes and much more. You'll hear personal stories from some of Chicago’s brightest minds and will leave feeling empowered with actionable takeaways. This year, the International Women's Day theme is Each for Equal. Join us to learn how we can create a more inclusive, equal world, while also networking with tech leaders driving change and innovation in Chicago. Learn more about the event and register today!
Geeks Who Drink is headed to Windy City for the 14th edition of America's largest trivia event! Get ready for a weekend full of absurd pageantry, subversive wit, big cash prizes and even bigger novelty prize checks. We're pulling out all the stops for Geek Bowl XIV including bringing you the biggest musical act we could find. Geek Bowl XIV featuring Brooklyn’s alternative rock heroes They Might Be Giants goes down on March 7th and the whole thing benefits our friends at Women Employed. This event is officially sold out! Learn more about the event.
The Advocacy Council is WE’s volunteer activist group that meets on a monthly basis to mobilize, advocate, inform, and “friendraise” and fundraise to advance the movement for women’s economic equality. March 10th we're hitting the town for a social gathering to celebrate our group's successful February event, Advocacy on Tap, and to have fun connecting with each other, WE staff, and members of the Board of Directors to expand our networks, build community, and get energized for WE's next big event, The Working Lunch, on May 14th. Please note the NEW TIME + LOCATION. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. RSVP required to Amanda Sousa (Collins) at email@example.com.
The Advocacy Council is WE’s volunteer activist group that meets on a monthly basis to mobilize, advocate, inform, and “friendraise” and fundraise to advance the movement for women’s economic equality. Snacks and beverages provided! RSVP required to Amanda Sousa (Collins) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the date for our signature annual event, which brings together 1,000 supporters, advocates, business leaders, and public officials in support of improved economic opportunities and increased access to education for working women. Click here to learn more »