March 3, 6:00 pm EST
Want to initiate or advance your for-profit board career? Experts at The Fourth Floor will dispel the mystery of boards and discuss actionable and practical steps to landing your first role.
Join us on Clubhouse
Join us March 5 from 5:00 - 6:00 pm EST
Bring your GIVES and GETS so we can collectively brainstorm solutions and share resources.
This is a fun and relaxing way to get to know each other as we share what we're working on and what we're looking for to grow our businesses and careers.
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Interested in starting your board career?
Looking for an advisor to join your board?
Attend and learn what you need to do to find your perfect opportunity. Leave with actionable steps and hear from our panel of experts.
Enjoy a 20-30 minute networking opportunity to wrap up the event.
This event is open to the public. See below to register for one of our upcoming dates.
March 17 from 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST
The Room Live is bringing everyone together, founders who want to fill an advisory or board of directors role and professionals who hope to secure a board seat.
Meet (virtually) with each other, dig deeper, and see how to support each other.
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March 25 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm EST
Day one starts with great hopes, and then…
Vulnerable career in house attorneys talk about personal situations of non-success at an organization. Sometimes a person needs an exit plan and sometimes she’s pointed to the door. Either way, transition can bring pain and fear. Even if you are peachy in your role, join us to hear stories of transition and learn about the tools and tactics to preserve a narrative, reframe success, and prepare for the next chapter.
This event is open to the public.
March 31 from 5-7:30 pm EST
Let's discuss Cybersecurity & Privacy
We all know what it is like to converse with like-minded people, but bringing together a broader range of individuals to a common discussion, each with a unique perspective, can help expand our horizons and open our minds to new ideas and possibilities. The DeCrow Dinner is our feminist take on the long-standing tradition- The Jeffersonian Dinner, a problem-solving technique that has been used effectively for centuries.
Why do we call it a DeCrow Dinner?
Karen DeCrow was the only women in her law school class, the fourth president of the National Organization for Women, and the first women to run for Mayor. Because of Karen: women can be ordained members of the clergy; women may not be discriminated against in housing and employment; women are part of NASA's astronaut corps; women are seen in front of and behind the cameras of the major television networks; women are admitted to previously all-male Ivy League schools; and women are entitled to be served a beer at McSorley's Old Ale House.
We celebrate her and her accomplishmens.
By invite only. Sign up to be considered.
Intimate Dinners with Guest Speakers and Industry Leaders.
Be selected to attend a carefully curated series of events specifically designed to bring participants the maximum potential for successful and lasting relationships.