New York Moves Magazine
The Moves Forum by New York Moves Magazine brings together women leaders from a broad spectrum of business, industry and commerce, the arts, education and technology for our annual discussion on the various ways we can maximize potential and best influence and improve the current and future role of women; this goal has never been more relevant than today.
Location: 180 Maiden Ln, New York, NY 10038
Please enter through the Front Street Entrance.
4:30pm - 5pm: Red Carpet
5pm - 8pm: Panel Discussion
Be ready to engage in our QA session following discussions.
Refreshments will be available throughout the event.
Moves Forum Presented by New York Moves Magazine
Disclaimer: This events observes all current CDC guidelines and the organizers take no responsibility for any COVID-19 health consequences. Attendance is at your own risk. Masks are optional, but recommended.
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