Manhattan: The #MINDRMAMA guide to negotiating for what you want
Ever known what you needed, but been too afraid to ask? Join us in conversation with negotiation queen Alex Dickinson, founder and CEO of Ask For It, about her entrepreneurial journey and the top negotiation tips she learned along the way.
Hoboken: The #MINDRMAMA guide to starting your side hustle
Maybe you've got a big idea, but aren't sure how to make it a reality. Or maybe you have an entrepreneurial spirit but haven't figured out where to channel it. Join us for an entrepreneurship workshop with Erika Alpern from creative agency Tactile.
Manhattan: The #MINDRMAMA guide to avoiding burnout
When was the last time you felt burnt out? (Was it today?) Join us and mindfulness expert Randi Zinn for a conversation about finding your center and staying on top of things, over coffee and snacks at Irving Farm Coffee Roasters.
Brooklyn: Whiskey 101 with Duke's Liquor Box
Have you always wanted to taste and talk about whiskey like a true Brooklyn whiskey nerd? Us too. Join us for a journey through three key whiskey regions (Scotland, the USA and Japan) with 6 tastings and snacks by Brooklyn Label.
Brooklyn: Why climate change is a feminist issue
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.
Manhattan #TheFutureIsFemale: Alexis Grenell on the future of feminism
What comes after the pussy hat? Mindr talked with media commentator Alexis Grenell about the future of feminism following the marches, over coffee and pastries at West Village cafe Bluestone Lane.
Brooklyn: #HackYourLife - Design thinking with IBM's Hila Mehr
What if every process in your life was perfectly designed to meet your needs? We heard from IBM's Hila Mehr about out how "design thinking" frameworks can help you get more sleep, make more money and have more fun.
London: The future of work in an automated age, with Dr Helen Hester
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, at Kennington's White Bear pub.
Brooklyn: '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 set against the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline.
Manhattan: 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.
London: Inequality and the city, with Prof Fran Tonkiss
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.
London: Business for social good, with Zoe Le Grand
Our London community met 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.
Brooklyn: 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.
Brooklyn: #MOMBOSS - Mindr talks moms & power for Mothers' 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.
Queens: 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.
Brooklyn: 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.
Brooklyn: Film Screening & Director 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.
Brooklyn: Election Debrief with Columbia Professor 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.