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

 

22
Jan
Watch Fierce Female Founders
When it comes to gender diversity, there’s progress in the startup world. According to the 2019 PitchBook-All Raise All In: Women in the VC Ecosystem report, investment in female-founded startups is on the rise: In 2018, $46.3 billion went to startups founded by women. At the same time, gender bias is still a very real problem. At LMHQ’s January Women’s Breakfast, we spoke with s …
14
Jan
Express Yo(ga)self @ Work was a yoga and journaling workshop aimed at helping you express yourself personally and professionally. We began with a 45-minute slow-flow class and follow it up with a short guided meditation. This combination was specifically designed to help participants align internally before communicating externally. An introspective and reflective journaling exercise then helped p …
12
Dec
Watch Women's Breakfast: Innovative FemTech
Is there really an app for everything? While technology has touched so many parts of our lives, some areas, like women’s health, have been left behind — but that’s about to change. At LMHQ’s December Women’s Breakfast, we heard from some of the women at the helm of “femtech,” estimated to become a $50 billion dollar industry by 2025. Femtech is working to …
05
Dec
Watch Aesthetic Intelligence with Pauline Brown and Melissa Dalrymple
“Millennial pink”. The rise of San Serif. The comforting same-ness of a Starbucks in Miami or Madrid. The myriad ways consumers experience a brand can have a lasting impact. For more than 25 years, Pauline Brown has acquired, built, and led some of the world’s most influential global luxury brands. Along the way, she discovered that applying the principles of aesthetics to busine …
14
Nov
Ever had to edit your emails for “sorries”? Felt the need to smile or soften your language when asking for a raise? You’re not alone; you’re facing the likeability trap. Alicia Menendez, award-winning multimedia journalist and author of The Likeability Trap was joined by Jessica Bennett, Gender Editor at the New York Times and author of the Feminist Fight Club&nbs …