TOAST: The Empowered Black Women’s Collaborative
Save the Date
Our Next TOAST Soiree is scheduled for Saturday, August 10th, 2019 at the RISD Museum
Grab your girls, purses, and your appetite and join us for a “secret garden party” at the Radeke Garden at RISD Museum, presented by TOAST: The Empowered Black Women’s Collaborative. Savor Afro-Caribbean inspired bites by Distinguish Catering and sip tropical, garden-to-glass beverages by BAS Providence’s newest popup libation experience. This experience was designed with you in mind, complete with a private textile exhibit tour by RISD, lively music, a shea-butter making tutorial and makeover consults.
Reservations are required and limited to 50 guests for this intimate soiree.
If you’ve been wanting to level up in your career, your business or even your professional development—now is the time to do so. Come share ideas while listening to stories of inspiring queens, rubbing elbows with other professionals, then walking away with the connections you need to survive and thrive. This event is open to the public.
By attending this event, you support after-school, vacation, and summer health + wellness initiatives such as girls’ clubs for young girls ages five through fifteen at the City of Providence’s Recreation Department in collaboration with the Partnership for Providence Parks.
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Venue: Hotel Providence, Rhode Island
The Psychology of Wealth
Marcy Reyes, Professor, CEO of Financial Literacy Youth Initiative
Fabi Brunache, Real Estate Broker, CEO- Fabnancial
Kelly Nevins - The Women’s Fund of Rhode Island
Solange Lopes, Founder of the Corporate Sister, CPA
Tara Latimer, Owner of Essential Signing Services
Nicole M. Bluefort, Law Offices of Nicole M. Bluefort
Megan Pimentel, New York Life
april 2018: Managing your mindset to make your next big move
Venue: Hotel Providence
Sterling Clinton Spellman- CEO of Polished, Author and Motivational Coach
Lisa Ranglin: President of Rhode Island Black Business Association
Lanisha Collier: CEO of Libra Lioness Entertainment
June 2018:Self Care as strategic practice
Venue: Marriott Downtown Providence
Dr. Shanna B. Tiayon, Author, Speaker, Coach
Cleonie Mainvelle: CEO of Inspired Outcome
Kamilah A’Vant: President of NAMIC
Yemi Sekoni: President of Donahue Models and Talent
november 2018: Embracing change
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Dr. Hume Johnson- CEO of Hume Johnson consulting, Professor of Roger Williams University
Dawn Adeyemi: Licensed Therapist, Be Free LLC
Latonia Franicois: Trailblazing Owner, Let’s Write Life