BOSTON — AtTheTable is hosting Female Founders Day on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. in Boston. The dinner event is designed for women and non-binary founders to spend an evening celebrating their accomplishments, successes and even their failures.
The event aligns with AtTheTable’s custom of bringing women founders together to share their experiences while breaking bread with those who understand them best, other women founders. Cofounders Modjossorica “Rica” Elysee and Beth Santos launched the company in January 2018 with 12 female founders and now serve approximately 200 female founders. They now have events in Miami, New York City and Washington D.C.
“AtTheTable will push entrepreneurial ecosystems nationwide by providing a community of female founders [with] the resources and network,” Elysee said.
The three goals of AtTheTable and their annual dinners are to engage female founders in productive and mutually beneficial dialogue, provide a forum for female founders to help each other achieve success in their businesses by leveraging their unique strengths and to create a safe space for female founders to share concerns and challenges in a supportive community of like-minded women.
The Dec. 13 dinner will have an open bar, music, a photo booth, dessert station, and networking opportunities with other founders from the New England area. Tickets to Female Founders Day are $75. The location has is to be announced. For more details, click here.