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


Watch Women’s Lunch: In Conversation with Claire Wasserman of Ladies Get Paid
Asking for a raise or negotiating a salary can be complicated, especially in the current economic climate. But it’s still a critical part of developing the career trajectory you want. In this special lunchtime edition of LMHQ’s Women’s Breakfast Series, author and Founder of Ladies Get Paid Claire Wasserman hosted a fireside chat on how women can level up professionally and finan …
When stretching professionally or taking a risk to go after what we want, we’ll often encounter internal and external resistance. In fact, it's natural for us to push up against limitations — both real and imagined — as we grow and attempt to achieve more. Resistance looks like everything from receiving unexpected critical feedback at work to having self-defeating or limiting …
LMHQ’s Women’s Breakfast community and The Gotham’s Womxn Owning It joined forces for a Galentine’s Day speed networking session! Over four rounds of breakout groups, participants discussed intentions, goal-setting, accountability and just got to know one another. Participants shared current projects and professional asks, and came away with new connections and a game plan …
Watch Meeting the Moment: Adapting to a New Music Industry with Genius
The pandemic has thrown countless industries for a loop, forcing many to shelve initiatives, redirect rollouts, and pivot to situationally sustainable models. But what if these enforced pivots uncover growth and innovation? When shutdowns made in-person experiences like video shoots and concerts impossible, the team at Genius—the internet's most popular destination for song lyrics a …
2020 was a tough year for the independent creative community, especially for women of color and LGBTQ+. But, we’ve been resilient and mastered the art of the pivot, and through it all, learned a lot about what’s important to us, how we want to exist in this world and how we do not.   One of the biggest takeaways from last year has been the importance of having multiple s …