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Thu, Aug 29


Heritage Tea House

Salary Negotiation Workshop

Learn How To Negotiate Your Worth! In honor of Black Women's Equal Pay Day join small business owners for a workshop on negotiating your worth at work. Meet the women you need to know in Minneapolis- St. Paul and celebrate the impact of Black women owned businesses in our community.

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Salary Negotiation Workshop
Salary Negotiation Workshop

Time & Location

Aug 29, 2019, 5:00 PM

Heritage Tea House, 360 University Ave W #103, St Paul, MN 55103, USA


About The Event

You work hard for your money, but is that enough?

Black women are paid .64 cents for every $1 a white man earns. In Minnesota, we're fighting back by teaching women the skills to negotiate for more pay and visibility. From small business owners to corporate climbers, you can make a positive impact and change the narrative by overcoming the statistics. Meet the women you need to know in the Twin Cities.

This workshop is free and open to anyone interested in learning how to advocate for equal pay for Black women. Bring plenty of business cards!

Visibility Matters is a podcast promoting Black women who are changing the world via words and action through workshops, webinars, and networking events. As part of the commitment to highlighting the Black women in St. Paul, Minnesota we are excited to host a special event at Heritage Tea House, featuring a discussion with co-owner Raeisha Williams.

Join us for an interactive salary negotiation workshop hosted by author and career coach Meredith Moore Crosby to learn how to increase your visibility and earn more income by moneitizing your brand.

We'll create a safe space to roleplay and practice your way to earning more. Space is limited, reserve your spot today.

5:00 pm- Getting Unstuck Negotiation Workshop, hosted by Meredith Moore Crosby, author of Getting Unstuck: A Guide to Moving Your Career Foward.

6:00 pm- Equal Pay Day Q&A with Raeisha Williams, co-owner of Heritage Tea House

An intimate converstaion with the mentor you wish you had on a topic you wish you knew more about. Learn the story behind funding the Heritage Tea House and how you can help fight for equal pay by starting or supporting a business.

6: 30pm Desert and Coffee Networking Hour

Celebrate Black women's equal pay day and sample the delicious tea, coffee and baked goods available for purchase.


  • Black Women's Equal Pay

    This free ticket does not include a food or beverage purchase.




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