Over the years, the number of women in business has skyrocketed. From “girl bosses” and women breaking glass ceilings, to women dreaming big and bringing innovative brands to life, women are making incredible strides in the field of entrepreneurship. However, women and girls still face significant stumbling blocks in bringing their entrepreneurial dreams to life.
What if we could give girls a leg up in developing the skills needed to turn their entrepreneurial dreams into a reality? Initiatives like the Girl Scouts Cookie Program go a long way toward achieving that goal, teaching girls how to develop a business plan, think critically and solve problems, become adept at money management, engage with members of the community, and foster valuable business ethics.
Join us for an evening of cocktails and courageous conversations as we discuss how to move the needle further and encourage women and girls to make an impact in their communities and beyond with a panel of female entrepreneurs who did just that. Learn how you can support female entrepreneurship with the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, develop connections with other women in the metro-Atlanta area, and together create stronger, more confident, and courageous female business leaders.
This panel discussion will feature female entrepreneurs in our community and will be moderated by Girl Scout Alum, Laney Broussard. The panel of inspiring speakers will include Jewel Burks Solomon, Head of Google for Startups, Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon, CEO and Founder of The Village Market, and Jasmine Crowe, Founder and CEO of Goodr.
100% of the proceeds from ticket sales will help empower girls to become the change-makers of tomorrow, just like our inspiring panelists.
Together, we are building the future the world needs, and that future is female.