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 NBC’s “The West Wing,” 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 sex—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.