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We’ve teamed up with Ladies Get Paid to host a morning salon for female-identifying designers. Join DC Design Week on Tuesday morning before you head off to work for an intimate, roundtable discussion with Ladies Get Paid. Engage in a guided discussion around equipping women in tech and design with tactics for salary negotiation, embracing ambition and getting paid what they deserve (aka: more).
Breakfast will be provided.
Registration opens at 7:30am Discussion begins at 7:45am
Event wraps up promptly at 9:00am so you can get back to earning those dollars!
Ladies Get Paid will be hosting two salons simultaneously to try and make this event as accessible as possible. If the SE location in Navy Yard is not convenient for you, check out the event page for the salon in Chinatown here!
Aliza Sir is a Social Entrepreneur at AARP Foundation where she leads Work for Yourself@50+, the largest national entrepreneurship initiative designed for economically disadvantaged older adults, as well as the Foundation’s innovation efforts relating to workforce and economic security. Prior to joining AARP Foundation, Aliza was a strategic consultant at Next Street where she focused on ecosystem building in disadvantaged communities and delivering creative structuring solutions and investment opportunities to clients interested in driving both social impact and financial return. Aliza is passionate about fostering economic opportunity, getting outdoors, and traveling to new places. She holds a Certificate in Corporate Innovation from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA from UNC Chapel Hill (go Heels!).
Reece is currently a Social Entrepreneur for Food Security with the AARP Foundation. Her work focuses on building new products, programs and solutions to old problems for vulnerable older Americans. Prior to joining the Foundation she was a part of several non-profit start-ups and “tech-for-good” organizations, where she understood the dichotomy of financial services and how to harness the Internet for those at the bottom of the pyramid whilst at Kiva. As an AmeriCorps Fellow she worked with the Harvard Kennedy Initiative for Responsible Investment researching policy and advocating for social enterprises. Her passion for social issues generating economic opportunity led to two Silicon Valley ventures. At Copia, a company focused on ending food waste, she was head of Strategic Initiatives and the company was named the Mother of Inventions by Toyota. Most recently, she graduated with an MSc in Global Health, Social Policy, from the London School of Economics and spent her field research in Cuba examining the healthcare system. She lived in Denmark while interning at the World Health Organization, and has a BA from University of California, Berkeley.