Media and tech mogul Randi Zuckerberg shares the story of how she went from Mark Zuckerberg’s little sister to a Silicon Valley executive to a media powerhouse… all while chasing a dream to perform on Broadway.
Mikaila Ulmer, social entrepreneur, bee ambassador, educator, and student, teaches us how to be fearless.
Female entrepreneurs talk about the startup struggle of getting a new business off the ground, getting funded, and making your idea grow. Speakers include: Radha Agarwal, CEO & Co-Founder, Daybreaker; Christina Tosi, Founder and Chef, Momofuku Milk Bar; and Steph Korey, CEO & Co-Founder, Away.
Brit Morin sits down with Foodstirs-founder and one of our favorite all-time actresses Sarah Michelle Gellar to talk about what inspired her to leave acting and found her own food business.
Rachel Shechtman, founder of NYC's acclaimed experiential retail business STORY, knows a thing or two about content and even more about retail storefronts. So when she merged the two together, the business world took note.
We invite two founders looking for backing for their business to present and hopefully win the attention of three of New York's most notorious female VCs: Susan Lyne, Built by Girls Ventures, Hayley Barna, First Round Capital and Soraya Darabi, Trailmix Ventures.
A discussion on the news business and what's changing, what's tough, and how the White House and social media has made things better and worse. Speakers include Meredith Levien, COO of New York Times and Jessica Lessin, CEO/Founder of The Information.