‘Support Your Girlfriends’ At 5th Annual Pow(H)er Experience And Awards
The Tené Nícole creative agency is back for its 5th annual Pow(H)er Experience and Awards, including the "Support Your Girlfriends" initiative, hosting a network of women trailblazers in their fields
The Tené Nícole creative agency is back for its 5th annual Pow(H)er Experience and Awards, including the “Support Your Girlfriends” initiative, hosting a network of women trailblazers in their fields. The two-day event in New York City seeks to gather 250 women who are “unapologetic” in pursuing their passions and success.
The event will feature this cohort of accomplished entrepreneurs, journalists, and strategists who will facilitate workshops on optimizing one’s personal brand and building wealth through any industry. This year’s presentations include “Entrepreneurship in the Digital Landscape” and “Advocating for Women in Business,” all with the intention of elevating women to new heights professionally.
The two-day experience will be finalized with the Pow(H)er awards dinner, deemed the “Unapologetically HER Awards,” a fine dining experience providing entertainment, cocktails, and riveting conversation for all attendees to connect. The awards will honor the women who have made a tremendous impact in various realms, such as entrepreneurship, media, technology, and social justice.
The 2023 honorees include business owner and media personality Angela White for being “unapologetically her” in entrepreneurship, New York-based designer Samantha Black for her dynamism in fashion, and Lucinda Cross for her work in social impact. Past recipients include “Slutty Vegan” restaurateur Pinky Cole for her business excellence, as well as Soledad O’Brien for her work in media and journalism.
This year’s awards dinner will feature the inaugural Power(H)im award to celebrate men who are unapologetic in presenting their authentic selves professionally. “The Breakfast Club” radio show co-host Lenard “Charlamagne” McKelvey will be the first-ever recipient for his work in media.
The empowering event will also include a send-off that promotes giving back, donating a portion of ticket sales to two special nonprofit foundations whose missions are toward women’s rights and underserved communities.
Powerful women are stronger when building each other up, and the Pow(H)er Experience and Awards seeks to lead this mission by fostering relationships and inspiring others through the insight and stories of these trailblazers. Tickets are available now to engage in the moment of supporting, celebrating, and empowering women in their careers.