San Francisco 6/19 Event: Pinayism in Tech

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Entrepinays Summit is excited to partner with General Assembly to host this amazing panel that will explore how we can find our voices as Pinays in spaces that power the Internet.

We are going to be joined by 4 prolific personalities who are based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Their panel discussion will bring up topics such as Pinayism, identity, expectations, imposter syndrome, competition in the tech space, and how we can use tech to create support systems and foster self care.

The concept of Pinayism is defined by Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales as “the complexity of the intersections where race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, spirituality/religion, educational status, age, and place of birth” and its relation to our individual and collective lived experiences. This program will explore the many layers of a Pinay and the many topics that affect them.

Speakers are subject to change without notice.

This event is open to all genders and backgrounds — anyone who supports the careers of women and those identifying as women in business and tech are welcome to attend.

General Assembly SF recognizes the need for safe spaces for women and people with marginalized gender identities to discuss or challenge viewpoints, to ask questions without judgement and to share experiences with a like-minded community. We ask that you keep an open mind to create a supportive safe space that fosters conversation and exchange of opinions, ideas and questions. More info at https://generalassemb.ly/locations/san-francisco.

ABOUT ENTREPINAYS SUMMIT:

Entrepinays is a nonprofit online community and annual event that brings together Filipina/Pinay entrepreneurs with the mission to “build sisterhood in the hustle.” For a full list of Entrepinays events and monthly meetups, check out www.entrepinays.com.

You MUST RSVP to attend as space is limited.
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San Francisco 5/16 Meetup: Identity & Inclusivity with Andrea Barrica (O.School)

Our first March meetup was a success, and we’re excited to continue with our monthly meetup series happening until our 2nd annual summit on October 5-6, 2019.

Join us on May 16th at WeWork Mission St for our May meetup where we’ll be talking with Andrea Barrica, the Founder of O.School, about IDENTITY and INCLUSIVITY in our community.

ABOUT ANDREA BARRICA:

Andrea Barrica is CEO/co-founder of O.school, an online shame-free platform for pleasure education, powered by live-streaming and chat. Previously, Andrea co-founded YC-backed accounting and tax platform, inDinero.com, where she led sales and operations. She also served as a venture partner and entrepreneur-in-residence at 500 Startups, one of the world’s most active, global seed funds.

ABOUT O.SCHOOL:

O.school is building a shame-free space by offering pleasure education through live streaming and moderated chat. O.school aims to help billions of people unlearn shame, heal from sexual trauma, develop skill sets to communicate what they want and don’t want, discover new sexual desires in a LGBTQ-friendly and judgment-free space, and most of all — own their desires.

WHO IS INVITED:

Any self-identified Entrepinay, aspiring Entrepinay, and pinay supporters. Trans women, queer, nonbinary, and gender fluid people are welcome. Limited to 40 people.

RSVP LINK

IG: @entrepinays | FB: facebook.com/entrepinays

www.entrepinays.com

Shout out to our venue sponsor, WeWork Mission!

Learn more about WeWork Mission here.

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