JOIN the next
RETHINK Tank for Women in DC!
DATE: Thursday December 1, 2016
VENUE: Global Political Solutions
1025 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 10th Floor, Suite 1000
Washington, D.C. 20036 (Farragut North Metro RED Line)
TIME: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Networking reception begins at 6:30, light refreshments and drinks will be served
The conversation will begin promptly at 7:00 pm
Join us for a Post-Election Healing Conversation
TOPIC: RE-Thinking the Future of Women Leaders in America
This event is invite-only. Registration is required.
Seating is limited so we encourage you to register early.
These events are made possible by investments made by our founding funders,
partners and participants
Suggested Investments: $15, $25, $50
What is the RE-Think Tank for Women?
The RE-Think Tank is a social think tank designed to challenge women to RE-Think how and what we think through power conversations and reflective meditation.
How does it work?
The RE-Think Tank brings together intimate diverse circles of women to engage in thought provoking conversations and reflective meditation. Each conversation follows a 1-3-5-25 conversation model.
One moderator, 3 Spotlight Thinkers, 5 Values and Guidelines with an intimate circle of 25 participants.
Who are we looking for?
WOMEN who have an opinion
WOMEN who are willing to share their opinion
WOMEN who are open to learning from opinions that challenge their own
If the answer to these questions is YES, we invite you to JOIN!
The POWER of the TANK relies heavily on the following foundational values and conversation guidelines.
Equal and Valuable Exchange
Diversity of Thought
1-3-5-25 Conversation Model
1 - Moderator, 1 Meditation Lead
3 - Spotlight Thinkers
5 - Values and Guidelines
25 - Participants Investing $25
Face to Face Conversation
Intimate Safe Space
Selective Random Selection
Diversity of Thought
Meet Our Spotlight Thinkers
Bikram Yoga Instructor
Founder, One Breath At A Time
Founder & Principal, Solid Grounds Strategies
Research Fellow, Cato Institute
Social Media & Events Manager, Republican Mainstreet Partnership
Principal Photographer, SKC Photography