As WICT members we are CATALYSTS for change, we are FEARLESS and always INSPIRING others. We know that in addition to caring for yourselves during this challenging time, you are caring for your colleagues, partners, children and parents and we wish all of you continued safety and good health.
While all WICT NY in-person events are temporarily on hold, we are working to provide you with additional opportunities to future-proof yourself and nurture your career. Stay tuned here for upcoming virtual events and webinars.
In honor of AAPI (Asian American & Pacific Islander) Heritage Month, AIM (Asian Americans in Media) is proud to present “Shining a Light on Anti-Asian Racism and Hate Crimes: The Role of Media on Public Opinion, Corporate Action, and Community Activism”, co-sponsored by NAMIC (National Association of Multi-Ethnic Communications) NY and WICT (Women in Cable Telecommunications) NY. For more info about the moderator and panelists Click Here. Registration now open!
Stay Tuned Here for Upcoming Virtual Events!
March 31st- Virtual Membership Mixer
Our Wine Down with WICT NY Membership Mixer was open to everyone. Charcuterie questions were answered and wine and cheese pro-tips were presented. Members shared all of the amazing opportunities WICT NY offers.
February 26th: On-Brand Instagram Series
“On-Brand” is a NEW monthly Instagram series where industry leaders answer simple “On-Brand” questions to inspire our community to grow and achieve their own career goals. This month we will hear from Ali Levitan, Chief Growth Officer at Kindred and creator of the BOSS LinkedIn series. Please head to @WICTNY INSTAGRAM to check it out!
WICT NY’s first Let’s Talk Tuesday of 2021! Janel Abrahami, industry professional and career coach led the event with opening remarks to jump start our breakout session conversations. We learned strategies to help create and maintain authentic connections while using social media to build our professional brand.
January 14th – Succeeding in the Moment: Navigating Stressful Conversations and Toxic Behaviors in the Workplace
Difficult conversations in the workplace are unwanted, though often unavoidable. Now, add in the fact that face-to-face conversations without a screen are rare. You might end your day feeling downright uneasy or unsure about how you may have responded to a stressful situation. AMA New York’s event discussed how to be thoughtful with how you handle your next conversation. We learned tactics needed to navigate contentious conversations and respond to toxic behavior.