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Women on Top: Fran’s Chocolates
May 9, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
For our spring Women on Top event, we’re coming together for the ultimate chocolate-tasting experience at Fran’s Chocolates‘ Georgetown showroom.
Browse and enjoy Fran’s delectable truffles and candies, and connect with other women and gender-diverse professionals in an intentional space.
Our friends from Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle will be present as our featured nonprofit of the evening. Located in the Central District, Urban League works to empower disenfranchised African-American community members in Seattle through community work across education, employment, health, and housing. The league is is committed to working across the board with diverse communities to help make Seattle an equitable and prosperous place for all.
Want to promote your business?
If you’d like to spread the word about your business by donating an item as a prize for the evening’s raffle, contact us.
What is Women on Top? Can male-identified folks attend?
Women on Top is a space intentionally created to bring together women and gender-diverse people in a welcoming environment. This quarterly networking event usually takes place atop some of the most iconic buildings in the Seattle Skyline, thus the name “Women on Top.” If you identify as male, please register to attend one of our many other networking events open to all identities – check out our New Member & Volunteer Appreciation Cruise happening on Wednesday, April 24!
Thank you to our 2019 Women On Top Sponsors Pacific Medical Centers! Pacific Medical Centers (PacMed) is a multi-specialty medical group with 9 neighborhood clinics in the Puget Sound area. Founded in 1933, the PacMed network is one of the largest throughout the Puget Sound and offers patients more than 150 providers for primary and specialty care. PacMed’s culture focuses around its mission of delivering high quality health care focused on the individual needs of its diverse patient population with an emphasis on improving the quality of health in our community.