kick ass ladies club - nov. 8th!
join us for the kick ass ladies club!
The fifth annual meeting of the Kick Ass Ladies Club (KALC) will be a relaxed opportunity to meet and learn from some of our city's most interesting and accomplished women. This event is open to all women, non-binary and gender nonconforming people who would like to attend. Join The Beehive Collective and Raleigh's most kick ass ladies for a night of imbibing and inspiration at our fall networking event - the Kick Ass Ladies Club!
This year’s Kick Ass Ladies Club will be held at Kings on Wednesday, November 8th at 6 p.m.
- Moderator: Erin Terry, Eyes Up Here Comedy
- Ilina Ewen, Chief of Staff for First Lady of North Carolina
- Molly Rivera, Communications Associate, ACLU
- Candis Cox, Gender and Sexuality educator, lecturer, and advocate for the LGBTQ community
- Erica Hellerstein, Investigative Reporter, IndyWeek
- Ashleigh Parker Dunston, Assistant Attorney General
- Sandra Davidson, Multimedia documentarian and podcast host
Following the event don’t miss the Eyes Up Here Comedy show, which will start at 8:30 p.m. and is free for all KALC attendees!
Suggested donation of $10 to benefit the Beehive Collective
Kick Ass Dinner Series
Our Kick Ass Dinner series is a pot-luck style, small group networking and learning opportunity. Each gathering will feature a Kick Ass Host sharing her knowledge, expertise, and passion. These small gatherings will give you the chance to connect with our Kick Ass Hosts, other Kick Ass Ladies, and Beehive members while discussing in-depth topics of interest.
Most recent series
We just finished our last round of dinners for the year. Check out these amazing topics! If you have requests or ideas for topics, please submit a contact form and we'll add them to our list. Watch out next year for more dinners!
- A Judge's Perspective: How the courts can protect children and the future of our community
- All Eyes on Me: Comedy, self-promotion, and body positivity
- Social Entrepreneurship: Empowering YOU to think outside the box and solve social issues in innovative ways
- Alternative Transportation in Wake County
- Embracing "why not?" in business ownership and beyond