Join RISE Member and Owner of Fit-Flavors Jillian Tedesco as she leads this St. Louis Power Up Coffee on Mindset & Attitude. Healthy breakfast snacks to be provided by Fit-Flavors! Not a member, but interested in this event? Email email@example.com to learn more.
You are invited to RISE Collaborative's Second Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, November 29th at 5:30 PM! We can't wait to celebrate the holidays with our RISE family - and we want to invite you to bring two guests to join in the fun!
Along with good tidings and cheer, we will officially release On The RISE, the second volume of our anthology series, at the party. All the incredible RISE Members who authored chapters will be there for celebration and a book signing. We will also be participating in Adopt-a-Family again this year through Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Have you ever changed course in your life? Or thought about what your "why" is? Rachel Andreasson knows the importance of personal reflection when changing course and making change. Join us at this month's Eat, Learn, Grow to hear tips on how to stay on track while changing course and how to define your purpose in life. You will walk away with better perspective on work/life integration and valuable leadership lessons. Not a member, but interested in this event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
With the new year just around the corner we want to talk about your 2019 goals! Michael Hyatt joins this episode to talk about realistic goal-setting. Michael walks through the important balance between drive and happiness using personal examples in his own life. Listeners will hear important tips on how to keep perspective and vision and how to connect your goals to your "why." From master goal-setters to those of us who've never felt successful with goal-setting, this episode is for you! Listen on your own and then join us at RISE to discuss. Listen here! Not a member, but interested in this event? Email email@example.com to learn more.
Welcome to 2019! Join us at the first event of the year - Eat, Learn, Grow. Heather Crider will be leading a session called New Year: New Messaging! More information to come.
Not a member, but interested in this event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
As professional women, our schedules are often overflowing. We all know about "self-care" and "me time," but it can be difficult to actually prioritize taking care of ourselves. For this month's St. Louis Food for Thought, Shanae Ullman will help you construct tangible self-care strategies to fit into your busy life. You'll walk away with a clearer focus on what's important to you and how to reflect on your goals for personal wellness. Members will be led through a hands-on activity to create Vision Boards and get some new inspiration - please bring two magazines you don't mind cutting up! Food to be provided by HopCat. Not a member, but interested in this event? Email email@example.com to learn more.
How to Juggle it All Without Sacrificing Your Sanity
Women often wear many hats and juggle quite a bit. It can be tough at times to balance it all.
We are excited to bring you a panel of women leaders to discuss their experiences and imperfect pursuit to maximize work and personal life.
Join us on November 8th at 5:30 at the beautiful rooftop lounge of the brand new Theo Luxury Apartments to hear from these inspiring women. There is tons of parking in the adjacent parking garage.
5:30 - Check-in and connecting
6:00 - Panel Discussion moderated by Stacy Taubman
Dawn Bookhardt, Partner at Butler Snow LLP/Managing Member of Odd Tale Books LLC
Verónica Figoli, President/CEO of Denver Public Schools Foundation
Mia Delano, Sr Director of Development, Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
Meghann Conter, Founder/Owner of The Dames, LLC
7:00 - More connecting and refreshments
There are limited seating. Please be sure to RSVP below:
A graduate of Yale Law School, Gretchen spent a year doing scientific research and practical projects in an attempt to discover how to lead a happier life. This experiment of self-discovery led to her New York Times bestselling book and phenomenon “The Happiness Project.” The book recounts what Gretchen learned about herself and how she was able to become happier and more fulfilled. Gretchen shares her eight personal rules of happiness, which she says can help fill your day with more joy. Listen here and then join us at RISE St. Louis to discuss! Not a member, but interested in this event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Has fear or feeling overwhelmed ever paralyzed you from raising capital or taking your business to the next level? Often the information out there can be confusing and not always approachable for women.
Join us in St. Louis on October 30th at 5:30pm to hear from Sara Stock, Michelle Murray, Christina Anderson, and Laura Burkemper, experts in legal, accounting, banking, and entrepreneurship, for tips on overcoming the common pitfalls business owners face, plus tactical tips on raising capital to grow and expand your business.
5:30pm - 6:00pm Check-in and connecting
6:00pm - 7:00pm Panel Discussion
Sara Stock, Founding Member of Stock Legal and Co-Founder of Legal Back Office
Christina Anderson, AVP, Business Banking at Enterprise Bank & Trust
Michelle Murray, Founder and Managing Director of Segue Partners
Laura Burkemper, Founder & Brand Strategist at The Catalyst Center
This event is sponsored by Stock Legal and is open to members and nonmembers. Limited seating available. Please RSVP
There is so much to consider when it comes to healthcare and insurance, and it can be overwhelming to navigate alone. Debbie Ruocco is ready to help you manage the basics and make informed decisions. She'll talk through best practices, with a specific focus on business owners, single moms, and retirees. St. Louis Members can RSVP HERE for this event! Not a member, but interested in this event? Email email@example.com to learn more.
Elizabeth Farmer, Emily Kirk, and Shannon Moenkhaus have teamed up to share stories designed to help women navigate the complex and often not talked about issues surrounding Death, Taxes, and Caring. Food to be provided by ModPizza. St. Louis Members can RSVP HERE for this event! Not a member, but interested in this event? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Perhaps best known for popularizing the “little black dress,” Nicole Miller is a renowned businesswoman, fashion designer, and style setter the world over. She’s also passionate about seeing other women succeed and is coming to RISE Collaborative to share her insights on building, growing, shifting, transitioning, and maintaining a multi-million dollar business.
Join us for an exclusive conversation with Nicole Miller on October 11th at RISE Collaborative.
5:30 - 6:00 PM Check-in and Connecting
6:00 - 7:00 PM A Conversation and Q+A with Nicole Miller moderated by Stacy Taubman
7:00 - 7:30 PM Hors d’oeuvres provided by Herbie’s