Mar
14
12:00 PM12:00

WOMEN UNDEFINED: AN INTIMATE CONVERSATION AND CELEBRATION OF ENTERPRISING WOMEN OF COLOR

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Join the Minority Business Development Agency for a fireside chat with Miss Jessie's Founder, Miko Branch led by Natalie Madeira Cofield, Founder & CEO of Walker's Legacy. Followed by a unique learning and networking experience with national strategy experts.

 

Date:  March 14, 2019

Location:  Conrad Hotel, Miami FL

Time:  1:00 p.m.

RSVP: Attendees can register at www.mbdawocmia.eventbrite.com

 

WOMEN UNDEFINED: AN INTIMATE CONVERSATION AND CELEBRATION OF ENTERPRISING WOMEN OF COLOR

 

Moderator: Joy Starkey, Program Director MBDA Export Center

  • Natalie Cofield, CEO Walker’s Legacy (MBDA BAA Grant Recipient)

    Fireside Chat with Miko Branch

  • Felicia Hatcher, CEO Code Fever

  • Beatrice Louissaint, President & CEO of the Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council (Project Operator MBDA Miami and Orlando Business Center)

  • Michelle Luevano, El Paso MBDA Center Director

 

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-Hear HERstory of success

-Learn how women have built multi-million dollar companies

-Meet other powerful women business owners

-Learn more about resources for women entrepreneurs

In addition, hear how you can do business with the biggest buyer in the world: The U.S. Federal Government.

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Mar
13
1:30 PM13:30

Reston Chapter of the Links: Money Matters 2.0

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On Saturday, April 6 - Natalie Cofield will be a featured speaker at the Reston Chapter of the Link's 2nd Annual Financial Wellness Workshop - Money Matters 2.0.  Registration is FREE and open to the public, but seats are limited.  Learn more and get your ticket today at  www.RestonLinks.org.   You do not want to miss this day of financial wellness training.  

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Oct
23
5:30 PM17:30

Advocate of the Year Award Reception | Washington, DC

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The Minority Business Development Agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce has named Natalie Madeira Cofield, entrepreneur, philanthropist and economic activist as the recipient of its Advocate of the Year Award.

The Agency’s Advocate of the Year Award is presented to an individual or organization that has demonstrated significant accomplishment in advocating minority business enterprise as an economic force in the global economy.  The award is the highest level of recognition in the nation bestowed on a minority-owned business or firm by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Please join us for a special moment of celebration in recognition of the presentation of 'Advocate of the Year' award to Natalie Cofield as presented by the US Department of Commerce.

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Oct
15
5:30 PM17:30

Advocate of the Year Award Reception | Austin, Texas

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The Minority Business Development Agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce has named Natalie Madeira Cofield, entrepreneur, philanthropist and economic activist as the recipient of its Advocate of the Year Award.

The Agency’s Advocate of the Year Award is presented to an individual or organization that has demonstrated significant accomplishment in advocating minority business enterprise as an economic force in the global economy.  The award is the highest level of recognition in the nation bestowed on a minority-owned business or firm by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Please join us for a special moment of celebration and reconnection in recognition of the presentation of 'Advocate of the Year' award to Natalie Cofield as presented by the US Department of Commerce.


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Aug
4
2:45 PM14:45

National Urban League

“Sisters Inc: Handling our Business in the Growth/Marketing Track during our 2018 National Urban League Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship SummitHear from some inspirational women CEOs about how they use technology to break through the boys’ club of business and start profitable companies.

The workshop participants are:

  • Dawn Dickson, Founder & CEO of PopCom
  • Natalie Madeira Cofield, Founder & CEO, Walker's Legacy & Walker's Legacy Foundation

Moderator: 

  • Alisa Gumbs, Executive Managing Editor, Black Enterprise

 

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Jul
14
9:00 AM09:00

Keynote Speaker NAACP ACT-SO

On July 14th, the ACT-SO participants will participate in the #BrandU Session – an opportunity for students to learn what it means to create and cultivate a brand of their own. Natalie Cofield, CEO & Founder of Walker’s Legacy a global platform for the professional and entrepreneurial multicultural woman will give the keynote address.

More information here. 

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Apr
17
4:00 PM16:00

Women Entrepreneurs @ Yale

4-7:30pm at the Yale School of Management, Beinecke Room

WE@Yale (Women Entrepreneurs and Innovators at Yale) will host the WE@Yale Summit, featuring:

  • Fireside Chat with Sheila Lirio Marcelo—Founder, Chairwoman and CEO of Care.com, interviewed by Louise Story (Yale College ‘03, Yale SOM ‘06), journalist at the New York Times
  • Panel on Women in the Workforce with
    • Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairwoman and CEO of Care.com

    • Natalie Madeira Cofield, Founder and CEO of Walker's Legacy & Walker's Legacy Foundation

    • Sara Holoubek, Founder and CEO of Luminary Labs
    • Baljeet Sandhu, leading UK Human Rights lawyer, founding director of the Migrant & Refugee Children’s Legal Unit (MiCLU) and founding partner of the 2027 Project
    • Serena Fong, Vice President of Catalyst.org
  • Networking and drinks

This event, like all Startup Yale events, is open to the public and open to attendees of all gender identities.

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