WeUpWomen Global Tour At WeWork’s Global Headquarters In NYC

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#WeUpWomen Global Tour is excited to have our second stop in New York presented by Flatiron School & hosted at WeWork’s Global Headquarters. “Flatiron School presents the #WEUPWOMEN World Tour Thursday, August 2nd at WeWork’s Global Headquarters, located at 115 W 18th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 1001.

#WEUPWOMEN Honoree Lauren Keyson will receive the Innovation Award. Lauren is a journalist and publisher of the digital publication DisruptiveTechnologists.com. As a tech evangelist, Lauren is the founder of the organization Disruptive Technologists in New York, and the CEO of the think tank NYC Disruptive Technologists Council (NYCDTC). 

The Philanthropy Award will be presented to Kibi Anderson, Head of Digital Strategy & Business Development at Bloomberg Media. Prior to joining Bloomberg, she served as the Senior Manager of Strategy & Operations for ABC News as well as being an Emmy-Award winning independent film producer. 

Last but not least, the Business Award will be presented to Lauren Simmons. Who until recently was the only female trader at the NYSE. She remains the youngest female and only the second African American woman to work at the Exchange in its 226-year history. 

#WeUpWomen receptions are intimate events hosted in unique spaces where men and women come together, play games and add value to each other by sharing impact stories about women who’ve helped them achieve a goal. In 2018, the #WeUpWomen Tour will host events in 10 international cities in preparation of the launch the highly anticipated goal achievement app WeUp in 2019. Using good news as away to counterbalance the rising culture of us versus them and men versus women, these timely events are a way to acknowledge and transform #MeToo into #WeUpWomen. 

In each market WeUp honors women who have put humanitarian values into action. The Adelaide Smith Awards highlight the legacy of women who embody her four values of innovation, philanthropy, business and caregiving… nurturing others to their full potential. Click here to learn more about the life and legacy of Adelaide Smith, the late great mother of WeUp’s founders Ramona Wright & Voltaire Xodus.

A portion of event proceeds will be donated to the UN Women Fund for Gender Equality. For morning information and tickets visit weuptheworld.com.”


Honoring the youngest and only full-time woman NYSE trader Ms. Lauren Simmons and more Power Women!

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