Event Detail

WIB-Seattle Women's History Month Event: "Be Your Own Driving Force," March 30, 2017

30
March
2017
Thursday
From 5:30 PM TO 7:30 PM
Status:
Closed

Inside each of us is a fierce, loving, real woman that is capable of such "badassery". A woman that has everything she needs to build a life and career the way she wants. And yet, we often cap our own potential by listening to the pesky beliefs, thoughts, and attitudes that run freely through our minds (and frankly, through the world). Well ... enough of that malarkey. Join us for a fun and enriching talk, where you will learn tips to advance your career and life goals, uncover where you are getting in your own way, and gain a sense of humor around what it means to be human.

Dress code is business casual.

 

Speaker Biographies


Sarah Schneider
is a leadership and personal development coach, speaker and CEO + creator of The Badassery Project™. She has been developing leaders for 15+ years and specializes in working with high-performing, incredibly hard on themselves women, that are ready to forge a bigger path without losing their soul. Sarah’s clients go on to expand their influence and impact as leaders, gain greater access to their hearts, align their passion and profits, and wake up to a life they are excited about. Her background includes a decade in the IT space, two business degrees, a vigorous coach training program, building her own passion-fueled business, and training coaches and leaders. Sarah blends heart, humor, and directness seamlessly which makes for unforgettable conversations and extraordinary results.

Walk-Ins Accepted?
Walk-ins are not accepted – be sure to register early!

Program

5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Networking

6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Program

Pricing Information
Members: $30
Non-Members: $60

Registration Deadline
March 23, 2017

Special Pricing for Guests
When registering, members are also allowed 1 guest at member pricing

Event Date/Time
Thursday, March 30, 2017
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. PST

Parking Information

  • Street parking available
  • Garage parking in vicinity: Hilton, Vintage Park Hotel, and others

Public Transit Information
Downtown Seattle is served by many transit options. Use King County Metro’s Trip Planner to map your route.

Maximum Capacity
140

Venue
Women’s University Club of Seattle, 1105 6th Ave. Seattle, WA, 98101