A Dinner for Ladies

 

A Dinner for Ladies hosted by Dee Poku (Founder, WIE) and Alma Har’el (Free The Work), at the Martinez. A gathering of female leaders and creatives designed to bring women together to discuss and strategies on how best to move the needle forward on diversity and inclusion. The focus of the discussion was collaboration as the new competition. Dee Poku said on the night: “If women are stronger together what does that look like in reality? How do we go deeper into our resources, into our pockets and truly spend our privilege?”

Natasha Lyonne (Actress & Producer), Dee Poku (Founder, WIE), Alma Har’el (Free The Work)

Natasha Lyonne (Actress & Producer), Dee Poku (Founder, WIE), Alma Har’el (Free The Work)

Dylan McGee (Makers), Ai-jen Poo (Domestic Workers Alliance), Colleen deCourcy (Wieden+Kennedy), Catherine St Laurent (Pivotal Ventures), Dee Poku (Founder, WIE), Holly Gordon (Participant Productions), Blair Imani (Muslims For Progressive Values)

Dylan McGee (Makers), Ai-jen Poo (Domestic Workers Alliance), Colleen deCourcy (Wieden+Kennedy), Catherine St Laurent (Pivotal Ventures), Dee Poku (Founder, WIE), Holly Gordon (Participant Productions), Blair Imani (Muslims For Progressive Values)

April Reign (#OscarsSoWhite), Tarana Burke (MeToo Movement)

April Reign (#OscarsSoWhite), Tarana Burke (MeToo Movement)

Sherry Collins