After the raging success of the Mother Daughter party in New York City August 2015, we host the Princeton Mother Daughter High Tea Saturday May 7th 2016 at the home of Ruchi Datta, in honor of Mother's Day. (Please note location change)
The purchase of your ticket, includes your daughter. However, because of this event features a guest speaker, we ask that that daughters be between the ages of 11-18, so we can be respectful. If you don't have a daughter, but just wish to attend, please come for the talk. After all, this event is about networking and meeting other like minded professional mothers and women.
Many of you have heard me reference my women's empowerment teacher Jennifer Macaluso-Gilmore. I had taken a very powerful series of classes with her in 2010-2011. It was the first time, I was given a blueprint for valuing my time ---and myself as a young woman. The lessons I learned in her classes about 'putting myself first' wasn't messaging I heard growing up in a traditional Indian home. I still use the tools I learned in her class today, many years later. I also walked away from the classes with a circle of women who hold each other accountable many years later, and remind each other of the lessons we learned, when we fall down.
Jennifer is a mother and a big believer in "living life in chapters." So these last few years, she has been on break and raising her young children. But now Jen is BACK from her hiatus and I can't even begin to tell you how lucky I am to be in conversation with her at this event.
Jennifer spoke at the LadyDrinks MOMPRENEUR panel back in 2013 and addressed the issue of social media and parenting. In this spirit, we are asking each attendee to share, "What social media tool do I wish I had when I was my children's age?"