Wednesday, March 20, 2019
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Holy Craft Brewery Taproom
787 Broadway Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
In celebration of Women's History Month, join Wu Yee Ambassadors for a night of childhood stories from 3 San Francisco leaders exploring empowerment, entrepreneurship, and community.
Rachel Williams, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, StubHub
Tina Cheung, Program Manager, Organizational Transformation, AnitaB.org
Frances Lee, Development and Communications Manager, Girls on the Run
Moderated by Christine Bediones, Ambassador Board Chair, Wu Yee Children's Services
First 15 registration tickets are free! Afterward, it's just $5 per registration ticket. All tickets include a drink ticket. Space is limited, so register today!
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS
Rachel Williams joined StubHub after 4 years of experience at Yelp in the role of Head of Corporate Recruiting for Diversity and Inclusion. She is currently focused on building StubHub's inclusion initiatives to accelerate action. Having grown up in San Mateo, CA, Rachel often found that she was one of only a couple faces of color in her classrooms. This early awareness of her own differences inspired her thirst for increased diversity and inclusion at a young age.
Tina Cheung is a Program Manager in the Organizational Transformation team at AnitaB.org. Tina comes to AnitaB.org with diverse program and project management experience as an advocate working with underserved communities on affordable housing, community development, social justice, and access and equity in the decision-making process. She is passionate about technology and its ability to connect people to opportunities and believes that the builders of technology should reflect the communities that use them.
Frances Lee is non-profit fundraising and communications professional with 11 years experience at local and national organizations (including The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Be the Match, and the San Francisco Bach Choir). Through fundraising and volunteerism, she connects people with opportunities to make a meaningful impact on the causes they love. Frances is proud to be the Development and Communications Manager at Girls on the Run of the Bay Area (GOTRBA). She is responsible for the strategy of marketing and fundraising campaigns to ensure more Bay Area girls have access to GOTRBA's confidence-building programs. Frances also serves on the Board of Directors of Little Opera as their Development Committee Co-Chair.
ABOUT WU YEE’S AMBASSADOR BOARD
Wu Yee’s Ambassador Board is a growing team of volunteers seeking to engage the broader community in Wu Yee’s mission. Wu Yee Ambassadors engage in a variety of outreach and events, from advocacy for early childhood education to fundraisers and hands-on volunteer activities. Any professionals committed to contributing their time and talents to support Wu Yee are welcome to join us. Please fill out this brief volunteer application and we will be in touch with future opportunities.