This panel is a part of a series of weekly events for modern womxn to revitalize their perspectives about work and personal growth in March.
About this Event
Recent studies show that millennials are too burned out to handle basic tasks and are over-invested in their jobs. The always-on, frenetic pace of modern life is overwhelming, while the anxieties of daily life are depleting.
Join us for this panel event as practitioners and experts share actionable insights to help you prioritize your mental health. A Q&A discussion will follow to get deeper into their viewpoints and techniques to help you disconnect and set healthy boundaries in the workplace.
Hillary Lin, M.D., Physician Entrepreneur
6:30-7:00pm – Happy Hour
7:00-7:15pm – Opening Remarks
7:15-8:00pm – Panel Discussion
8:00-8:30pm – Additional Networking
Benefitting Future Womxn:
In order to attend, you must be register online. Space is limited to 30 attendees. Although this panel event is free, we are collecting donations for Girls Who Code, a 501(c)3 non-profit. Consider making a donation on a sliding scale of $20-$40.
About Extracurricular Womxn’s Month
Join us in celebrating Womxn’s Month with weekly panels, keynotes, and compelling conversations all designed to help you along your journey.
We all face crossroads or moments that redefine who we are and where we want to go. Adjusting to life’s pivots can be equal parts difficult and rewarding, whether we’re facing changes in our career paths or pushing ourselves out of a rut.
Extracurricular Womxn’s Month is for:
- Modern working womxn
- Leaders and executives
- New entrepreneurs
- Freelancers, solopreneurs and creative professionals
Key themes we’re tackling:
- Taking the leap to change careers
- Prioritizing mental health
- Balancing work-life as a new parent
- Finances and money
For the complete schedule of weekly events and list of speakers, check out our experiences page.