Own Your Story--A Personal Brand Workshop (for women)
Mar
6
5:30 PM17:30

Own Your Story--A Personal Brand Workshop (for women)

BUILD YOUR AUTHENTIC PERSONAL NARRATIVE WITH PASSION AND PURPOSE

OWN YOUR Story is a hands-on workshop where you'll be coached in a methodology for crafting a personal brand story that incorporates both the logical—the head, and the emotional—the heart.

Hosted at Covo, the beautiful co-working, performance and event venue in SOMA, you'll will be treated to complimentary wine and light bites while learning to OWN YOUR Story in a supportive atmosphere that is conducive to exploration, reflection, and self-discovery.

Preparing to pitch to potential investors, prospective board members, hopeful interns or new hires? Walk away from this workshop with the skills to effectively convey the why, how and what of your personal brand story to any given audience.

Get your tickets HERE

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Drunk User Testing
Mar
15
6:00 PM18:00

Drunk User Testing

Want to test the newest products from your favorite companies? Join Appcues at Covo for a night of fun and feedback! We will be throwing a party to show you new products and hear what you think! We’ll have an open bar, appetizers, Lyft credit and a photo booth to ensure your friend's FOMO.

We love sober testing, too! So if you prefer teetotal, don't worry - we've got you covered!

Companies testing include:

  • 15Five
  • Couchsurfing
  • TravelBank
  • Kintone
  • Quickbase
  • iRewardHealth

Interested in testing your product? Email laura@appcues.com.

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Surfing the Tsunami of Emotions: A Men's Coaching Program
Feb
7
6:00 PM18:00

Surfing the Tsunami of Emotions: A Men's Coaching Program

Join us for a FREE sneak peek into Surfing the Tsunami of Emotions, A Men’s Coaching Program.

Meet the workshop leaders David and Farhana, get a taste of powerful coaching and gain a new tool for greater personal and professional effectiveness. Get your questions answered about the program and walk away with a vision of possibility for your own personal transformation. Join us after for coffee or a drink and meet other like minded men committed to personal growth and change.

Coaching and Q&A: 6-7
Mix and Mingle: 7-8

RSVP HERE

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”…
— Lao Tzu

More info: www.connectedmen.org

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Yoga at Covo
Feb
5
5:15 PM17:15

Yoga at Covo

Join yoga instructor, Skye, in our Stout Room for a good stretch and get your blood and positive thoughts flowing for the week ahead.

As a reminder, our class is BYOMat and donations are always appreciated :)

Please RSVP here by Friday to ensure we will hold class!

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Holiday Celebration with The William J. Worthen Foundation, USGBC NCC, and AIASF
Dec
14
6:30 PM18:30

Holiday Celebration with The William J. Worthen Foundation, USGBC NCC, and AIASF

Purchase Tickets HERE

You’re Invited to a Holiday Celebration with The William J. Worthen Foundation, USGBC NCC, and AIASF

The William J. Worthen Foundation, the USGBC Northern California Community, and the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter invite you to our joint Holiday Celebration on Thursday, December 14th from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Tickets include one drink and gourmet Italian cuisine from 54 Mint and Montesacro Pinsaria.

It's been a challenging year for many of us, so let's all get together for an evening of fun and celebration! Hope to see you there!

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Navigating the Real Estate Sharing Economy by ULI
Dec
7
6:00 PM18:00

Navigating the Real Estate Sharing Economy by ULI

Register HERE

The sharing economy has grown at a staggering rate, well on its way to being a $100 billion dollar industry. San Francisco sits at the heart of the growing peer-to-peer world and just about all of us have experienced home, ride and service sharing by now. Stepping beyond the role of consumer and into the role of real estate industry owners, operators and developers, how is the sharing economy shaping this industry?

Join ULI San Francisco and real estate sharing economy pioneers, for a look into their business models, major challenges and drivers within the industry, where opportunities for developers may exist, and where this new economy is headed.

This panel will look at the changing dynamics in ownership and use of residential and office asset classes, tackle difficult questions on limits of the sharing economy and discuss how your business can learn to plan and adapt.

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  • Moderator:

Kyle Ladewig, Founder, Tech & Timber Consulting

Speakers:

  • Sterling Jawitz, Head of Real Estate Partnerships, Common
  • Emily Stapleton, General Manager Ford GoBike, Bay Area Motivate
  • Alex Ward, Special Projects Lead, AirBnB
  • Eric Zellhart, Director of Product & Growth, LiquidSpace

Schedule:

  • 6:00 – 6:15 pm – Registration & Networking
  • 6:15 – 7:15 pm – Panel Discussion
  • 7:15 – 7:30 pm – Q&A
  • 7:30 – 8:00 pm – Hosted Reception

Cost*:

  • Members / Nonmembers
  • Private Sector $45 / $60
  • Public Sector & Nonprofit $40 / $55
  • YLG $35 / $50
  • Student $30 / $45

Thank you to Urban Fabrick for their generous support of this panel!

  • Event not open to press.
  • Registration closes on 12/5. There will be a $10 fee for on-site registration
  • Refunds can be made up to 48 hours in advance.
  • Sponsor tickets available for Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum sponsors of ULI San Francisco. Please contact samuel.mori@uli.org.
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Close the Gap "Finding Your Voice and Using It" with Author Joyce Maynard
Dec
4
6:00 PM18:00

Close the Gap "Finding Your Voice and Using It" with Author Joyce Maynard

RSVP/Donate Link HERE

Join us for a conversation on “Finding your Voice and Using It” with author Joyce Maynard and progressive leader Kimberly Ellis in San Francisco on Dec. 4th. Joyce Maynard is the author of 17 books, the most recent of which is The Best of Us. Progressive activist and social entrepreneur Kimberly Ellis challenged the status quo as a candidate for Chair of the CA Democratic Party this year. Their conversation will be moderated by CTGCA Founder Mary Hughes.

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