MDAD Presents The 5th Annual Women Empowerment Event In Harlem

Custom and creative design company MelimeL Digital Art Design hosts their 5th Annual Women Empowerment Event, a networking and panel event during Women’s History Month, on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at La Maison d’Art in Harlem NYC at 6pm.

This year’s event includes an influential panel of women making waves in the realm of corporate, law and medicine; including Yesi Morillo-Gual, Founder of Proud To Be Latina and Executive Director at Citi, Stacy J. Grossman, Founder and Attorney of The Law Office of Stacy J. Grossman, and Dr. Rhonda N. Cambridge-Phillip, MD, MPH, HC Physician, Health Coach, and Author. The event is aimed at raising awareness in the women empowerment movement. “This event is for anyone ready to start conversations, network, and share ideas and stories about how empowerment can motivate and ignite positive change in women, individually and collectively, to continue to strengthen our mark and significance in society,” says MelimeL, Creative Artist and Owner of MelimeL Digital Art Design.

Tickets for the 5th Annual Women Empowerment Event are on sale and can be bought online at or via Eventbrite. Tickets include networking, hors d’oeuvres, drinks, dessert, and more. Space is limited and pre-registration is required to attend. Men and youth over 12 are welcome and encouraged to participate.

Via The Terrie Williams Agency

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