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


On May 30th, LMHQ hosted its first Community Breakfast featuring critically acclaimed Lower Manhattan restaurant Crown Shy. Sumaiya Bangee, Pastry Sous Chef, showed participants how to elevate their at-home brunch game with a modern twist to a classic recipe. Sumaiya taught the audience how to pull from basic pantry staples to create a first-class home dining experience and gave them answers to th …
Individually and collectively, we’re all going through tremendous change. It’s confusing, and even traumatizing. But learning to look at life’s tough times as part of a larger narrative can facilitate the healing process and make one feel less alone. This webinar introduced participants to basic storytelling principles to start seeing their tough times as turning points. Key take …
Watch Facebook's Libra: Where is it Now?
In October 2019, a panel of experts and LMHQ’s community came together to discuss Libra, a blockchain digital currency proposed by Facebook. What are its pros? What are its cons? How viable will it be? The conversation touched upon concerns about antitrust law, money-laundering and cybersecurity. Despite the coin’s potential to transform the circulatory system of the global economy, ma …
How to Create Compelling Content When You’re #WFH
We may be stuck indoors, but our creative output doesn’t have to be under lockdown. LMHQ and Sway hosted an interactive Zoom session filled with tips and ideas for creating new content when you’re working from home. Co-founders Rebecca and Nicole talked about how to use old photos in new ways, the magic of re-editing existing video footage, uncovering the power of user-generated photog …
“Almost all creativity involves purposeful play.” – Abraham Maslow, American Psychologist Whether you're a remote work newbie or a pro, quarantine is a challenge for our creative souls. How can you generate fresh ideas and solutions while stuck at home and every day feels like Groundhog day? This interactive virtual workshop used principles and tools from improv the …