Bogues Group, a black female-owned communications and events agency, announced the latest installment in its in-person panel and networking event series, Bosses and Lunch Boxes, will take place in Dallas.
The Charlotte, North Carolina-based agency said the event, which provides men and women with a community of like-minded individuals and professional development opportunities, will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 29 at Venture X Dallas by the Galleria.
“We’re excited to bring this event to Dallas for the first time,” Brittney Bogues, BG’s founder and chief innovation officer, said in a statement. “Bosses and Lunch Boxes is the next step in our work to create spaces for professionals in the corporate arena who want a coveted spot in the c-suite and need resources, opportunities and, most importantly, social capital to get there.”
The agency said that Bosses and Lunch Boxes brings together industry-leading women and men to share business and branding insights from various backgrounds in a panel discussion followed by dedicated time to network with executives and professionals with the aim that participants will develop their own community.
Bogues Group, which founded in 2018, said that confirmed panelists for the Dallas event include Uni Yost, CEO and founder of GoAskJay.com and AllbenHQ.com, Melinda Lilly, chief operating officer of Hedge Fund Strategies at Crestline Investors, Inc. and others to be named.
The agency said that this event is part of a larger Bogues Group initiative, The C-Suite is Calling, which is a call to action for men and women to advocate for female leadership in the workforce through multiple touchpoints including monthly Coffee and Conversations, digital Boss Camp, and a tiered membership service, The C-Suite Club.
After the Dallas event, Bosses and Lunch Boxes events will follow in 2023 in Boston, Baltimore/Washington, D.C. and Charlotte.
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