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Dedicated to the economic advancement and self-reliance of women and girls around the world

Women at Work Launch Party

September 23 & 24, Boston, MA

 
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It all started when...

...a spectacularly diverse group of amazing women of all ages, backgrounds, professions, industries, and regions assembled just outside of Boston over a gorgeous early Fall weekend. Marking the launch of Men@Work and the broader Women at Work platform, most came alone and nearly all of us didn't know each other when we started the event. And yet that didn't stop this completely optimized portfolio of mothers and daughters, friends and colleagues from making massive efforts to be a part of this unprecedented occasion, forging lifelong bonds and sharing extraordinary insights that changed all of us forever.

The best part is that's exactly why this whole Women at Work thing was started...to create a powerful platform for connecting women who are taking the road less traveled. To enable more experienced women to help those just embarking on or emerging in their careers. To help us realize we're not alone. To offer camaraderie and guidance to those looking for how to take everything that life and work have to provide and make the most of it. The launch party was a much-needed shot-in- the-arm for all of us, refueling our tanks, making us feel proud of our accomplishments, and getting us excited about the opportunities that lie ahead around achieving our next level of success and happiness.

 

Women at Work playlists

Launch Party Favorites

Women@Works(outs)

Career Girl Jams

 
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Women at Work free-time favorites

 

Required & recreational reading

Binge-worthy movies and TV shows

Awesome quotes

 
 

Testimonials

What people are saying

What a wonderful way to acknowledge the launching point of this amazing venture. It was a place where imagination and inspiration took flight!
— Susan D.
I just wanted to thank you for such a brilliant weekend. You brought together such a rich, diverse group of women. I called my mother on the way back and told her all about it—it made me think of her and how much she would have enjoyed it.
— Jasmine M.
As cliché as it sounds, the most important thing I took away from the weekend (besides connecting with other women) is how to be true to yourself.
— Penny H.
What you have created is such a powerful movement that truly impacted me in a way words can’t describe. I believe it takes a village to raise a child but also a village to cultivate a woman. My generation needs seasoned women to guide us through the difficult journeys in life that are unique to us as women.
— Vanessa J.
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