Issue #9: Femme Fatale DC, revealed ๐Ÿ’œ

It's a brand new year, and, with that, Capital Women is expanding into new territories. From now on, the Q&A section will feature an audio interview with an inspiring woman. In today's podcast episode, readers and listeners will be able to learn about Yasmin Radbod, the owner of the women-focused pop-up, known as Femme Fatale DC. If interested in being featured, be sure to head here.

  • Allison Janney, the actress who played the press secretary on NBCโ€™s โ€œThe West Wing,โ€ will be a celebrity curator at this Georgetown hotel. [Washington Business Journal]

  • This D.C.-based sexologist stresses the importance of self-care for Black women. [AFRO]

  • In their new podcast, Washington City Paper speaks with the head of the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington. [Washington City Paper]

  • HER Resiliency Center lands a home for young women. [Washington City Paper]

  • January 10: The United State of Women Cocktails and Conversation Event Series is an opportunity to provide women leaders in business, advocacy and political community to network.
  • January 10: This event, called Women Uncorked, will allow women to have an in-depth discussion on sexโ€”the science, the social, the politics, and the personal.
  • January 13: D.C. comic book writers, artists, actors, and producers will join together to discuss anything and everything to do with Wonder Woman.
  • January 18: In this workshop, women will be able to learn about policymaking, career opportunities in politics, and how to set fundraising goals.

Michelle Goldchain contributed to this newsletter.