Tuesday, October 12, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM EDT
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Don't have rich friends, family or a PR team?

Having connections and privilege is great. Yet thousands of entrepreneurs have gone from zero to scalable businesses without having these advantages. You can, too.

Join New York Women in Business for our third Author Talk with Nathalie Molina Niņo, serial tech entrepreneur, founder and CEO of BRAVA Investments, LatinX and author of best-selling “Leapfrog: An New Revolution for Women Entrpereneurs.” Nathalie will share hard-earned tips for hacking the system, overcoming obstacles, and finding success. 

Learn how to take advantage of clever loopholes and shortcuts to outsmart the status quo, launch, fund and grow your business.

Register for this webinar and workshops 

The webinar and post-conference networking are free. You must register to attend.

Workshops are $20 each.

$10 donations are welcome but not required

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Look for links to the webinar in the confirmation email after you register. If you signed up for a workshop, you will be sent a link shortly before the event. 

About Nathalie

Nathalie is Managing Director at Known Holdings. She is an investor (Builder Capitalist), author, educator  and retired global tech entrepreneur. As part of her work as a champion of women, communities of color and the planet, she co-founded the trade organization for Builder Capitalism,  a long-view, alternative asset class to Venture Capital.

In 2018, her book  LEAPFROG, The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs (Penguin Random House, Tarcher Perigee) was named one of Book Authority's "Best CEO Books of All  Time."

Molina Niņo launched her first tech startup at the age of twenty and is the co-founder of Entrepreneurs@Athena at the Athena Center for Leadership Studies of Barnard College at Columbia University. She invests out of her family office, Oģ, and prior  to that via BRAVA Investments, where she served as CEO. In 2015 she stepped in as CRO of PowerToFly, to help grow what is now the fastest growing online hiring platform for women in tech. She has advised organizations such as Disney, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs,  MTV, Mattel and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. During her career in tech, Molina Niņo was involved in launching and growing a multinational business (with Lionbridge, NASDAQ: LIOX) into a $100M operation in 30+ countries within six years, including the  inception of their strategic relationship with Microsoft Bing.

Today, Molina Niņo serves as a Venture Partner at Connectivity Capital Partners, as an advisor for Goldman Sachs' Launch with GS Black and Latinx Cohort, WOCstar Fund, FullCycle, Accion Opportunity Fund, Vote Run Lead, WE NYC (Women Entrepreneurs NYC) and HOPE (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality). In support of her efforts to make reproductive healthcare more accessible and affordable, she serves on the board of the National Institute for Reproductive Health and The American Medical Association's Center for Health Equity.

In 2019, she was honored with Schneps’ inaugural Women of Wall Street Awards for her influence in banking and finance and was named among People Magazine’s most powerful Latinas.

Sign up for skills-enhancing workshops (4:00-5:00pm)

These workshops were designed to help you expand on what you just heard from Nathalie. Build new knowledge and skills that you can apply immediately.

  • "Get Ready To Grow” with Elin Barton, author of “Ready, Set, Grit” and founder, President of White Knight productions and The Boardroom, a community of entrepreneurs

Building and scaling a business successfully requires resilience a mindset for powering through obstacles. Learn tips for identifying what is really holding you back and creating a work plan for moving forward.

  • “How To Fuel Growth” with Carolyn Katz, certified SCORE mentor and leader of SCORE Funding Committee, formerly a banker, a venture capital investor and consultant specializing in media, tech and communication companies 

Find out the many different ways you can fund your business – banks are not necessarily your first, best option

  • “Stop Trying To Do Everything Yourself” with MerriLyn Gibbs, founder and president of Virtual Assistants 4 Hire

Learn strategies for delegating, finding and managing outside resources so you can focus on growing your business

Want even more?

Post Webinar Networking @5:00-6:00pm 

Join Rebecca Maxwell of Perception-Insights for a stimulating interactive session with peers. Meet in small virtual rooms and make new connections to expand your network. Get a chance to chat, connect and build relationships that will help you and your business.

Check out our monthly networking sessions.

Conversations & Connections, sponsored by NAWBO and WeNYC, offers network building in an informal environment, among like-minded professional women and with the focus firmly on building relationships, not firing business cards at each other! This will be about getting to know each other as people not just business owners.

CLICK HERE to learn more.

Did You Know

New York Women in Business has launched its directory of women-owned businesses on its website. Anyone can create a profile for free to search the directory for terrific women-owned businesses and register a business if you have been in business a year. CLICK to find out more and sign up.

Find and follow NYWIB on social media. Check us out on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn for videos, practical tips and tools you can use immediately.

Want help from a SCORE mentor?

SCORE mentors are available to discuss your business and help you sharpen your application. CLICK HERE to find a mentor in New York.