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Sponsored Events: It’s ‘Latina Bosses’ night at Toast Coffeehouse in Patchogue
March 8 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$45.00
SEPA Mujer, Inc. will be hosting a networking event fundraiser Friday, March 8, for International Women’s Day — called Latina Bosses. And we wish to invite you and your network of business professionals to join us at Toast Coffeehouse in Patchogue at 6 p.m!
Latina Bosses was created to highlight and recognize trailblazing Latina women who are excelling in their respective industries and have successfully become notable professionals in their fields. It is an evening to celebrate Latina professionals who continuously challenge traditionally male-dominated industries and prove that Latina women can be bosses too, and in hopes that having an open conversation about being a Latina professional can inspire and motivate other Latinas in our community to pursue their professional passions and career ambitions fearlessly.
There will be a keynote speaker, New York Senator Monica Martinez (3 District), a panel of Latina professionals moderated by Silvana Diaz, publisher of Noticia & El Correo, and an hour of networking which will include wine and apps!
For more information and to purchase tickets, you can visit our event page at www.sepamujer.org/latinabosses (click link).
All ticket sales and funds raised at LATINA BOSSES will help support SEPA Mujer’s services for victims of gender-based violence.
Thank you to our Sponsors! – Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Affinity Health Plan, Printing Goat, and NOW Mid-Suffolk Chapter
Thank you to our Food Sponsors! – Toast Coffeehouse, That Meetball Place, Gallo, Del Fuego Patchogue, Brickhouse Brewery, The Village Idiot Pub, Rudi’s, and Arooga’s!
SEPA Mujer is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that has been working to support immigrant women on Long Island since 1993, bringing together community members and advocates to speak out against injustice, provide access to opportunities and services, take a stand against domestic violence and other abuses, and push for social change. We work with individuals and in partnerships with organizations (immigrant rights, civil rights, and domestic violence based).
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