It’s official, we have rescheduled this event! We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding while we took time to reflect on the previous events.
This year’s Jefa event is centered around the action of ‘asking for help’. We are a Jefa community and we want each other to know that we have each other’s back especially during these unprecedented times. We know that as women we are under cultural pressure to portray this image that we have it all under control. Jefa to Jefa is an opportunity to celebrate and define what it means to be a Jefa while letting our guard down and feeling safe to ask for help.
Our key speakers will be focusing on Prospanica’s three pillars: Education, Social, and Economic.
There will be an opportunity for you to virtually mingle with your fellow jefas during the event. This is your chance to ask for help or give help!
This event is a FREE virtual event, we simply ask for a donation that will go directly towards both our non-profit organizations.
At ProspanicaChi and Healthy Hood, part of our mission is to support local latinx businesses! We have partnered up with several Chicago small businesses and curated an exclusive Jefa Box only available for this event! Box purchase available under ticket options.
Please note, if you are within Chicago we are able to personally deliver your box (complying with COVID restrictions, of course). If you are outside of Chicago, we will ship the box to the specified address. If you have any questions on whether you’re within delivery range please feel free to contact [email protected]
Sat, Jul 25, 2020, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm CST
No refunds offered.
MISSION: To empower Latinx business professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential.
VISION: To be the leading catalyst for Latinx professional achievement through diversity of thought, expert collaboration, and community engagement to create and develop Latinx leaders.
GOALS: To bring national awareness and visibility to the City of Chicago for Latinx talent. We would like to promote Chicago as an exciting place to live, study, and work for Latinx individuals.