EVENTS

WIN.NYC hosts dozens of events each year, providing tons of opportunities for our members to connect and engage.
 
From the intimate dinners of Symposium Series to panels and happy hours, there's something for everyone.
 
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Past Events

 
Don't Get Wikileak'd: Personal Digit
You're calling your senators, organizing friends, and finding new ways to #resist all the time. But have you taken the time to properly protect your digital communications? This free workshop will cover ways to protect your privacy and work more securely online.
Feminist Flag Day: Summer Party 2017
Raise a glass to the resistance and fly your #FeministFlag proudly as we take back flag day in style! This year's event will also feature speeches from several special guests, including Leaders from the Women's March!
Radical Self Care: Meditation and He
Come practice some radical self-care with us, led by SoulCycle's Sofia Adler. She'll guide us through a mediation and healing session and focus on takeaway actions that you can use to manage stress in your day-to-day life.
WINtrepreneur Marketplace
WIN.NYC is proud to host the WINtrepreneur Marketplace, a woman-driven pop-up shop featuring products and services ranging from small businesses to homemade goods. Come shop 'till you drop and support local ladies doing awesome work.
WINter Book Club
Back by popular demand, WIN.NYC has continued our partnership with Book Culture, to offer more book club meetings this year. The first book of the year is Are Prison's Obselete by Angela Davis. With her characteristic brilliance, grace and radical audacity, Professor Davis has put the case for the latest abolition movement in American life: the abolition of the prison.
Beyond the Protest Panel
Going to a protest every weekend but wondering if your voice is being heard? Join Alessandra Biaggi, Hillary Clinton's former Deputy Director of Operations, to learn the essentials of taking the next step from activism to affecting policy. Rebecca Davis of Rally + Rise and Monica F. Guerra, co-founder & chair of WIN.NYC, will be our special guests.
Women's March on Washington
Join WIN.NYC to stand in solidarity at the Women's March on Washington on Saturday, January 21, 2017. The private WIN bus will leave from the corner of 6th Ave & Broome St. in NYC at 5:00 am on January 21st and depart from the DC area at 4:00 pm that afternoon.

Not only do you get to ride down to DC with your fellow fabulous WINners but your ticket to the March also includes our new WIN.NYC swag!

January 21, 2017
WINter Party
Join us at WIN.NYC's winter party to gear up for the March on Washington and learn about other ways to get involved in the coming year. Connect with other pro-choice democratic women while sharing some great snacks and snazzy drinks!

The event also featured several of our partner organizations including the Doula Project, Eleanor's Legacy, The National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum, Planned Parenthood, Prepare Inc., WomenElect, and I Feel Like Hillz!

January 11, 2017
Healing in the Post-Election Era
After a long and divisive election season and an outcome that has left many of us reeling, grieving, and wondering what’s next, we invite you to join us for an evening workshop that is all about coming together and moving forward.

Dec 5th 2016 6:00PM
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WINtrepreneur Marketplace

WIN.NYC is proud to host the WINtrepreneur Marketplace, a woman-driven pop-up shop featuring products and services ranging from small businesses to homemade goods. Come shop 'till you drop and support local ladies doing awesome work.