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NORTH LONDON, OCTOBER 5TH: BUSINESS FOR GOOD WITH FORUM FOR THE FUTURE

Our London community will be meeting in both North and South London to talk about how we can harness the power of business for social good, with corporate sustainability expert Zoe Le Grand, over coffee and croissants.

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SOUTH LONDON, OCTOBER 2ND: BUSINESS FOR GOOD WITH FORUM FOR THE FUTURE

Our London community will be meeting in both North and South London to talk about how we can harness the power of business for social good, with corporate sustainability expert Zoe Le Grand, over coffee and croissants. 

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brooklyn, SEPTEMBER 24TH: lauren smith brody talks work-baby balance

As long-time executive editor of Glamour Magazine and author of work-baby bible The Fifth Trimester, Lauren Smith Brody knows a thing or two about thriving amidst the juggle. Join us for Bellinis and French pastries in the rose garden at Le Gamin.

 
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SEPTEMBER 6TH: WHY CLIMATE CHANGE IS A FEMINIST ISSUE, with eleanor blomstrom

What do Glasserie's urban-rustic Middle Eastern eats and one of the world's leading experts on climate change and gender have in common? You. Join Mindr in conversation with Eleanor Blomstrom on new frontiers in sustainability.

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august 23rd: mindr's london community talks inequality and the city

Join Mindr's London community for an interactive conversation with Prof. Fran Tonkiss from the LSE about the inequality of opportunity in our cities, and what cities and city-goers can do about it, over coffee and cake in South London's White Bear.

AUGUST 10TH: fashion and FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP WITH MM.LAFLEUR'S CMO

We talked to Annie Thorp, CMO of fast-growing womenswear and styling company MM.LaFleur, about her mission to change the way the fashion industry views women, over coffee and pastries on the Upper East Side.

 
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AUGUST 6TH: the high chair curated networking: entrepreneurs edition

We brought together a hand-selected group of entrepreneurs, marketing mavens and content queens to talk branding, outreach and the work/baby juggle over a delectable high tea by The Pastel Co.

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JULY 23RD: #HACKYOURLIFE WITH DESIGN THINKING GURU HILA MEHR

What if every process in your life was perfectly designed to meet your needs? Find out how "design thinking" frameworks can help you get more sleep, make more money and have more fun.

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JUNE 23RD: THE LONDON MINDR COMMUNITY TALKS THE FUTURE OF WORK

For the Mindr community's inaugural London event, Dr Helen Hester from the London School of Film, Media and Design led a discussion about the future of work in an automated age.

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JUNE 19TH: Alexis Grenell on the future of feminism #THEFUTUREISFEMALE

What comes after the pussy hat? Mindr talked with media commentator Alexis Grenell about the future of feminism, over coffee and pastries at Aussie cafe Bluestone Lane.

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JUNE 4TH: roses and ROSÉ - flower arranging 101 with the little glass slipper

Ready to amp up your flower power? Join Mindr and The Little Glass Slipper for an introductory workshop giving you all the tips and snips to create Instagram-worthy bouqs on a budget. 

May 18th: #momboss - mindr talks moms & power for mother's day

"What if all we need is more mothers in top power positions to create more peaceful, just and prosperous societies?" We talked to Leith Greenslade about moms and power in the dreamy garden at Esme.

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APRIL 27TH: REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS WITH columbia PROF YASMINE ERGAS

Over wine and pizza, we talked about what's at stake for reproductive rights domestically and abroad over the next four years, as well as transformations in society's views of motherhood.

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MARCH 8TH: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY ADVOCACY WORKSHOP WITH UN WOMEN

Mindr held a hands-on advocacy workshop with Michelle King, gender innovation lead for the United Nations' gender branch. All proceeds supported maternal health charity Maternity Worldwide.

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February 8th, 2017: screening & q&A, 'escape from garden grove'

Award-winning director-screenwriter Mathilde Dratwa discussed her short film 'Escape from Garden Grove', as well as her advocacy and community-building work in the film community.

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November 17th, 2016: election debrief with Columbia Prof ester Fuchs

Columbia's Professor Ester Fuchs led an incisive discussion regarding the 2017 federal election and its potential implications, as well as pathways to more active and informed citizenship.