The final Lady Project Summit is Saturday, October 6 at the VETS. Get your ticket here and use the code PVDVIP for $50 off.
From the amazing keynote speakers to the afterparties, here's all you need to know about this empowering and engaging event:
1. Amazing keynote speakers: The Lady Project has boasted an impressive line of keynote speakers year after year, but this year may take the cake:
Emma Gray: Senior reporter focused on women's issues at HuffPost, and the author of A Girl's Guide To Joining The Resistance. She is also the co-host of the Bachelor-themed podcast, "Here To Make Friends."
Blair Imani: An author and activist living at the intersection of Black, Queer, and Muslim identity. Imani is the author of Modern HERstory: Stories of Women and Nonbinary People Rewriting History. She is the founder and Executive Director of Equality for HER, a nonprofit educational platform for women and nonbinary people.
Emily Belden: Author of the novels Hot Mess, Husband Material, and of Eightysixed: A Memoir about Unforgettable Men, Mistakes, and Meals.
Andrea Isabelle Lucas: Founder of Barre & Soul, which has a location in Wayland Square. Her first book, Own It All, will be published next year.
2. Workshops aren't all business. One of the best parts of the Summit is how they perfectly blend professional and personal workshops. Being able to take "DIY PR: How to be Your Own Publicist" AND learning how to be "Mind Full or Mindful"? Yes, please!
3. The goodie bags are epic. The goodie bags, which are in a super cute canvas tote that you'll see all the cool girls of Providence using post-Summit is chock-full of samples, fun snacks and more. The goodie bags alone are worth the ticket price.
4. The afterparties are just as epic. The post Summit celebration is one of the best parts of the Summit when 300+ driven, ambitious ladies have learned new skills, gotten inspired and connected with other badass entrepreneurs. This year's celebration includes drinks by Narragansett Beer and Pomp & Whimsey so we can all say "cheers" at the end of one epic day.
Summit attendees can also kick off the weekend with karaoke at the Dean and a party at Madewell, while after the Summit on Sunday, Summit-goers can support women-owned businesses at the Arcade's Marketplace and shop with a mimosa in hand at Craftland.
5. We need to celebrate. It's time to celebrate all that we have accomplished, together. So, this is the last Summit and we are going to cheers the HECK out of everything that The Lady Project and its members have accomplished, created and conquered over the past six years. Let's hear it for the ladies.
Don't miss out - grab your ticket here.