Ypin International Women's Day Speed Mentorship

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Ypin International Women's Day Speed Mentorship
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Join YPIN and co-sponsor Adamant Strategies for the 4th Annual International Women’s Day Speed Mentoring Workshop! Mentees will rotate through mini 7-minute tailored mentorship sessions with the Northwest’s top female leaders, with 3-minute breaks between each discussion to grab snacks and beverages.

This event is perfect for early career women seeking to enhance their leadership potential, or mid-career professionals looking to make a career change or accelerate their current trajectory. You will be exposed to new businesses, vocations, and opportunities, and have the chance to network with all mentors and mentees in addition to one-on-one conversations with a handful of mentors selected just for you.

Attire is business casual, and mentees are encouraged to bring business cards to share with those they would like to connect with further.

Important note to mentees: After you register, please send a short bio and headshot to Jensine at jenisip@gmail.com.

Mentor bios to be announced soon!

Tickets for this event will be limited and in high demand, so register today!

This event was made possible by our parternship with Adamant Strategies the support of the Impact Hub Seattle.

A message from Adamant Strategies:

At Adamant Strategies, we are dedicated to making the Pacific Northwest more competitive globally by connecting regional businesses, investors, and organizations to greater opportunities both at home and abroad.

It is a fact that bringing more women into the economy and compensating their contributions with equitable promotions and pay structures directly translates into success and increased economic prosperity for the community at large.

Adamant Strategies is honored to sponsor YPIN’s International Women’s Day Speed Mentoring Event. We hope our investment will help highlight the robust and pragmatic value of gender diversity while contributing to positive change in our region as whole.
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