Who: Step Up Women’s Network, the National Conference on Girls’ Education, Coach
What: “Step Up Salon: An Evening at Coach” (7:00 - 9:00 P.M.)
When: Step Up Salon: An Evening at Coach - Thursday February 9, 2012 National Conference on Girls’ Education, February 10-12
Where: Coach at Georgetown (3259 M. Street NW Washington, D.C. 20007)
Why: To converse about girls’ education issues and potential. Also a great night to shop with some special ladies!
By reading this article, you are already privileged. You have access to a computer, electricity, and perhaps most importantly, the internet. More than often is it easy for us to forget how lucky we are to be living the lives we live. Although we may often forget how small our problems are compared to other more serious issues, Step Up Women’s Network bases its prime goals on trying to relieve the hardships underprivileged teen girls face today.
This Thursday, February 9, 2012, Step Up Women’s Network has partnered with the National Conference on Girls’ Education to host a one-time and all-unique night to spread the word about enhancing the advancement of girls’ education.
If that already isn’t an eye-catching interest, Step Up Women’s Network and the National Conference on Girls’ Education picked a location that catches the eyes of many: Coach.
The special night, “Step Up Salon: An Evening at Coach”, is to be hosted in the popular store that many girls and women enjoy wallets, watches, handbags, and perfume from.
The night is not only to be consisted of shopping, but a meet-and-greet session of Step Up Women’s Network Committee members Elisabeth Edelman, Andrea Zak, Jess Weiner, and Step Up CEO Jenni Luke. It is a lucky opportunity that this night will be happening. These four women will happen to be in Washington D.C. this week for the National Conference on Girls’ Education.
So for those ladies (and men!) that are especially interested in investing time to grow the education potential of young gals, then this conference will also be held February 10-12, 2012 in Washington D.C. In all, these will be great nights that will help educate today’s people of the future potential of future generations of girls’. So grab a cute outfit, a cup of coffee, and hop on the metro to the Foggy Bottom Metro stop. A short ten-minute walk will lead you to this destination full of influential ladies and shelves of leather goods!
Reservations are necessary to attend the *free* event (The link is right below!)