Chatham University

Upcoming Events

  • Feb
    03

    Workshop: Website Round Table Review

    05:30 PM - 08:00 PM
    Come to this round table discussion and learn from each other as we do website reviews with Meesha. Meesha is the Founder & CEO of RedTree. She has been building website for 13+ years and in this review, she will be looking over your website and answering questions. Some of those questions might help another person in the room and their question may help you. Come to our round table discussion and learn from each other as well as Meesha.


    To register for the workshop, CLICK HERE!

  • Feb
    04

    Concept to Launch

    06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
    "Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business.

    Dates: Six Tuesday evenings from 6-8pm starting on February 4th and ending on March 10th.

    Classes focus on:
    - Developing the business concept
    - Identifying target customers and markets
    - Marketing strategies
    - Foundational operations of your business
    - Basic financials
    - Legal business entities
    - Developing and delivering your “pitch”


    To view the syllabus for the Concept to Launch program: Click Here.
    A limited number of partial, need-based scholarships are available through a generous partnership with Bridgeway Capital and HRT Solutions. To apply for the scholarship, Click Here!

    To register for Concept to Launch, CLICK HERE!

  • Feb
    12

    Webinar: Implicit Bias: Our Choices, Actions and Behaviors are Influenced by Factors Beyond our Awareness

    12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
    Implicit or “hidden bias” refers to the stereotypes that impact our actions, reactions, and decisions – all in an unconscious manner. It impacts everyone in almost every aspect of our lives. It encompasses favorable and unfavorable judgments of others and issues; it surrounds us, and even the most fair-minded are not immune.
    This seminar addresses the social science around implicit bias, identifying what it is and providing examples of how it affects our everyday lives on a personal and professional basis. It will also help you understand the circumstances under which you are more likely to be predisposed to implicit bias in your decision making as well as ways to combat such tendencies.
    Presented by Beth A. Slagle, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP

    To register for the webinar, CLICK HERE!

  • Feb
    14

    Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

    07:30 AM - 09:00 AM
    In celebration of Black History Month, the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship and the Women’s Institute at Chatham University will host a panel of speakers representing “Black Women in Leadership & Community Development.” These outstanding women, in our community, will discuss their personal and professional roles in community development, their leadership styles, and advancing their careers as women of color.