Archive of Past Events

Events are one of the cornerstones of LMHQ, helping us build a thriving community of some of the sharpest professionals in the City. Take a look at photos, videos and summaries from our past events to get a sense of the programming we've designed to engage the LMHQ community.

Past Events


 “So, what do you do exactly?” It seems like an innocent question, but it can spiral you into the deeper, more dread-worthy existential inquest of “Who am I?” This dread spiral can result in a number of communication challenges, including:Deflecting and asking a lot of questions about other peopleSpeaking for way too long with no direction or purposeDefaulting to the s …
Watch Leverage Your Personal Style for Visibility & Advancement
With the world slowly restarting, now is a great time to position yourself for new opportunities using your personal branding. And two components make your branding strong: image and style. Whether you’re looking to gain new promotions, acquire new clientele or switch industries, your image and style can help position you to take full advantage of what’s on the horizon. After all, what …
You’ve seen the statistics. Women are paid less than men for the same job. Women are less likely than men to negotiate a salary or ask for a raise. Women are less likely than men to invest in the stock market. Whether we like it or not, a woman’s financial experience is different — but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.  In this lunch and learn, Jean Chatzky, CEO …
Watch Bootstrap Your Way to a Million-Dollar Business
The road to turning a brilliant idea into a thriving business can feel insurmountable. But with persistence and preparation, you can find both an audience and funding, and get your dream business off the ground.  Take it from Sevetri Wilson, one of Inc. Magazine’s 100 Female Founders building world-changing companies. At only 22 years old, she founded her first company, Solid Groun …
Watch Know Before You Vote: Ranked Choice Voting
Did you know that there has been a major change to the voting structure and strategy for this election cycle? Ranked-choice voting, accepted by NYC voters in 2019, allows voters to vote for their top five candidates in ranked order. But how does it actually work?  In this workshop from LMHQ, the League of Women Voters, the Women's Forum, the Alliance for Downtown New York, and t …