Philadelphia business women are changing the city.
Hear their personal stories of leadership, challenges and triumphs.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Zoom link will be sent one day prior to the event.
The economic repercussions of the pandemic created the need for many businesses to reevaluate on every level. Among the businesses hardest hit are those in the food industry. Our esteemed panel of leaders will share their experiences in not only pivoting, but in using this crossroads moment to fundamentally evolve their businesses and potentially change the industry itself.
Join in the conversation as we discuss current and post-Covid business strategies; the value of the industry to our local economy; racial, gender and worker equity, and parity in food access.
Women Changing the City is a series of noteworthy panels featuring accomplished women from the business community. These discussions reveal the expertise, inner strength, vision and imagination that fueled their successes, and influenced positive change. Events include time for Q&A and plenty of networking.
Jezabel Careaga, Entrepreneur, cook, furniture designer & maker, Jezabel's
Bridget Foy, Owner, Bridget Foy's, The East Philly Cafe, Cry Baby Pasta,
Tess Hart, co-founder and CEO, Triple Bottom Brewing
Michelle Nelson, Ph.D., Mama-Tee and Community Fridge
Moderated by: Jamila Robinson, Food Editor, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Welcome by: Ellen Yin, Founder and Co-Owner, High Street Hospitality Group
$10 for CCPA and Partner Members, $20 for Guests
Reservations and pre-payment are required.
Includes panel discussion, time for Q&A, and networking.