The one thing that is certain, is that we will all face the end of our life. It is probably also certain that we want to make that time as comforting and beautiful as possible for ourselves and our loved ones. Join us for a thought-provoking discussion around end-of-life planning with Wendy Norman and Nancy Niedzielski.
Join author Anna Lappé (Diet for a Hot Planet; Hope’s Edge), GrapeVine, and PCC Farmland Trust at Chateau Ste Michelle winery for a dialogue about the intersection of our food system and climate change. Featuring a panel of local women leaders in the food + farms space, this evening event promises to deliver Grapevine’s signature blend of inspiration and information – a remarkable opportunity to listen to outstanding speakers and support and challenge each other.
Tickets include Chateau Ste. Michelle wine and cheese tasting + heavy appetizers.
Learn more, meet the incredible panel and grab your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/our-plates-our-planet-tickets-62123346602
Join us for our 2nd annual Women in Wine event with Washington State Wine Commission and Ellevate.
This year's panel will cover everything from the vineyard to the glass. These local women have done it all from winery management to winemaking and distribution.
The State of Washington is the 2nd largest premium wine producer in the United States, with over 900+ wineries, of which ~7% have female winemakers. While women are still a minority in the industry, our State is proud to have women making an impact on this global industry across all fields ranging from viticulture to winemaking to being a winery owner or a sommelier.
Ticket includes wine tasting and heavy appetizers.
Learn more and RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-wine-from-the-vineyard-to-the-glass-tickets-60982728984
Creating community at work and in your personal life is the most valuable thing you can do – whether you are starting your career or building your tribe. Personal connections are vital to a full and successful life whether you are 20 or 60. Come hear from four successful women who will share their stories about community:
How they built community
How it has formed their career success
How they build authentic connections
And, finally, the power and importance of community
Hear from the co-creators and a board member of GrapeVine and CRUSH and learn how to build and transform community in all aspects of your life.
From communications to coffee, hospitality to holistic travel, Joanie Parsons is always looking for ways to connect people, ideas and opportunities.
Joanie started her own marketing firm, Parsons + Company, because she wanted to have a lot of fun while working with great clients who shared her commitment to making the world a better place—and also bring her dogs to work every day. Parsons + Co specializes in building and guiding lifestyle brands, with an emphasis on companies with an environmental focus. Her clients have included Filson, GRAYL Filters, Essentia Water, Montinore Estates winery, Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce and many others.
Joanie also co-founded trücup, a low-acid coffee that’s a delicious, healthier option for people who love coffee but struggle with stomach issues such as GERD and acid reflux. Most recently, Joanie co-created Grapevine and CRUSH, powerful communities that combine events, insights and inspiration to help women focus, flourish and achieve a sensational, successful and satisfying life in business, family and relationships.
She serves on several boards including: One Eighty Foundation, PCC Farmland Trust and TRIBUTE - an online mentoring platform for women.
Monica is a community activist and passionate about making a difference in her downtown Seattle community. She is co-founder and creator of GrapeVine, CRUSH and Revel Retreats and has more than 25 years of experience in international real estate, project management and LEED certification. Monica's past board activity includes being Chair of the Downtown Residents Council, Regional Board of YPO, the American Institute of Architects in Seattle and Urban Land Institute's Executive Committee.. She was an advisory member of University of Washington's certificate program in commercial real estate and guest lecturer. She's been LEED accredited since 2005 and was a faculty member for theUnited States Green Building Council's LEED program.
Barbie is the Executive Director of the One Eighty Foundation, serving as the strategic and inspirational leader to the Board of Directors, company employees, sponsors and funding agencies to achieve strategic and mission goals. With a deep understanding of operational and business development programs, she is committed to creating opportunities for better lives.
Prior to OEF, Barbie was the Chief of Staff and Director of Global Operations for Lou Tice at the Pacific Institute where she was responsible for aligning corporate strategies with global and domestic business development initiatives to ensure attainment of sales goals and high profit margins. Barbie directed multimillion-dollar operational budgets and a team of 20+ professionals including Project Managers, Sales Staff, and Marketing professionals.
Barbie is an active member of the Philanthropist Forum, is an advisor for the Corporate Giving Network, and is a proud 14-year member of the Seattle #4 Rotary where she serves on the Board of Trustees and the Membership Committee. Previously she served on the boards of Vital Voices Northwest Council, Teens in Public Service, the Seattle Police Foundation, Ronald McDonald House of Western Washington, the Hi-Liners, Highline Medical Foundation and Providence Senior & Community Services – O’Trees.
Susan Long-Walsh is a natural connector with a passion for helping others do what’s good that makes the workplace and our society stronger and more equitable. An accomplished leader in Talent Acquisition & Inclusion at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, her deep commitment and actions consistently support global diversity, inclusion, equity and retention in the workplace. Additionally, Susan serves as Chair for the Gates Black Philanthropic Partnership; is on the committee for Women Connect and is co-founder of Women of Color Connect.
A firm believer in empowering girls, women and people of color, Susan currently is on the following boards: Forest Ridge High School, StolenYouth and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Community of Practice, Seattle. She mentors many and volunteers’ countless hours in her community. In 2012 Susan received the Women of Power: Future Builders Honor from the Women of Color Empowered. In 2015 she was showcased on Black Enterprise “Women of Power” TV Segment. In 2016, she was nominated for a Women in Business & Leadership Initiative Female Leader of the Year Award, a program of the Seattle Metro Chamber of Commerce designed to connect, educate and inspire women. Susan continues to speak at numerous events with the goal being to provide tools others can put to immediate use!
RSVP + more info here: https://www.eventbrite.com/edit?eid=57557228219
Suzanne Anderson is a master of transformational learning, a thought leader on resilient leadership and co-author of the triple award-winning book The Way of the Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live, Love and Lead. Join us to learn from her inspiring perspective!
What you focus on expands, which is why we’re launching into 2019 with an evening devoted to happiness — but this isn’t all blue skies and buttercups. We’ve gathered the best and brightest minds to share some truths and science on happiness, and as always, conversation will be key.
The slow movement is a cultural revolution against the sense of "hurry" and "craziness" generated by globalization and fueled by the desire of "having quantity" versus "having quality.” Globalized processes have caused a need for us all to hurry up and slow down. Join us and our panel of speakers for an informative talk on this relatively new concept.