Oct
15
10:00 AM10:00

The Hivery Jumpstart Coaching Program with Grace Kraaijvanger

The Hivery Jumpstart Online Program

The Hivery Jumpstart Program, led by Hivery Founder, Grace Kraaijvanger, is a 3-month online program made just for you. If you have a business, a social impact project, a plan, an idea, or a book that you are determined, called, and driven to move forward before the end of year, this is for you.

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Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

The Hivery San Francisco Launch Celebration

A DAYLONG INSPIRATION LAUNCH CELEBRATION!

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Join us for a full-day of celebrating our grand opening at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture! We want to  celebrate with you, our dear community (plus your family and friends), at this free event in our brand-new waterfront location.

It’s like a house-warming, but in Hivery style. We are gathering thought leaders, best-selling authors, experts, wellness divas, and our favorite partners to provide open-house style, engaging, rich experiences ALL DAY LONG in our brand-new digs. And, it’s absolutely free. 

DETAILS

The Hivery Inspiration Launch Celebration
Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, Building D (Directly Across from Flax Design)
Sunday, November 3rd 2019, 10:00am-5:00pm
Free + Open to All (but kindly RSVP)

A DYNAMIC GATHERING IN CELEBRATION OF THE HIVERY’S MISSION:

  • To provide beautiful and welcoming co-working spaces + state of the art programming and mentoring

  • To elevate women’s voices  

  • To do it all with our core values of kindness, creativity and community

HAPPENINGS

  • Keynote speakers and fireside chats with inspiring thought leaders

  • Creative and Inspiring Mini-Workshops & Activities + Wellness Pauses and Retail Pop-ups by our beloved partners

  • Tours & Discounts on Memberships All Day Long 

  • Ribbon Cutting & Champagne Toast


SPEAKERS INCLUDE (AND MANY MORE TO COME!)

TARA MOHR  Women’s Leadership Expert & Author of Playing Big

TARA MOHR
Women’s Leadership Expert & Author of Playing Big

NIKKI SILVESTRI  Entrepreneur, Mentor, Speaker

NIKKI SILVESTRI
Entrepreneur, Mentor, Speaker

KAREN BEHNKE  Founder & CEO, Juice Beauty

KAREN BEHNKE
Founder & CEO, Juice Beauty

JADAH SELLNER  Author, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Speaker, Online Community Growth Strategist

JADAH SELLNER
Author, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Speaker, Online Community Growth Strategist

GRACE KRAAIJVANGER  Founder & CEO, The Hivery

GRACE KRAAIJVANGER
Founder & CEO, The Hivery

RACHEL ROSSITTO  Feminine Lifestyle Coach

RACHEL ROSSITTO
Feminine Lifestyle Coach


THE LOCATION

Our stunning new home at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 1 Marina Drive in our beloved San Francisco. Right next door to our dear friends, Flax Art Supply in Building D. 

You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see the sparkling waters of the Bay, you’ll hear the sea gulls, and you’ll experience the stunning views (from inside your new Hivery) of the Golden Gate Bridge. Abundant parking and a farmers market on Sunday for all your organic snack needs! 

Claim your spot now (and share with your friends) to be the first to experience and celebrate the new Hivery at Fort Mason. You’ll join over 400 attendees for inspiring keynotes and tactical, intimate workshops, all designed to foster inspiration, creativity, community, and welcome you to The Hivery’s new home. 

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EVENT INCLUDES:

  • An inspiring all-day event with like-minded entrepreneurs, creatives, speakers, mentors, community and fellow #womendoingcoolstuff

  • Open house style; come for as little or as long as you’d like

  • Engaging keynote speakers who will motivate you to take your idea/project/business to the next level, no matter where you're at!

  • Wander our thriving, creative campus for lunch at RadHaus, Greens, or Equator, the Sunday Farmer’s Market (or enjoy a picnic lunch at the waters’ edge)

  • Access to amazing workshop leaders and coaches who will challenge you to think creatively and get outside of your comfort zone

  • Tours of our brand-new space

  • Time to focus on your mind, body, and spirit (wellness + stretch breaks galore)

  • Plentiful opportunities to mix, mingle and refuel (abundant coffee/tea, snacks)

  • Ribbon-Cutting ceremony

  • Happy hour celebration

  • A gift bag full of fabulous products + goodies for the first 300 attendees

  • A ton of surprises!

+ A note about Photography/Videography

We love sharing beautiful moments that happen at The Hivery and often take photos and/or videos at events and workshops. Your entry at The Hivery constitutes implied consent to be captured and/or published by The Hivery lens. If you are camera shy, please let our staff know so we can seat you accordingly.


THANKS TO OUR EVENT PARTNERS


Interested in sponsoring?

We’re on a mission to unleash the unique potential and elevate the voice of every woman and we would love for you to join us! We can’t wait to learn more about your shared mission and interest in amplifying the impact of this event. Get in touch!


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Nov
5
6:30 PM18:30

The Art of the Memoir with Adrienne Brodeur

The Hivery is proud to partner with the Aspen Institute on presenting this special event from the Society of Fellows.

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Join us for a discussion featuring Adrienne Brodeur, Executive Director, Aspen Words, in conversation with Barbara Lane, San Francisco Chronicle’s book columnist, to discuss Brodeur’s highly anticipated memoir “Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover, and Me,” which has received advance praise from the literary community.

This event includes a FREE copy of Adrienne’s book and a book signing.

Today Show Appearance 10/14/2019

DETAILS:

The Hivery Mill Valley
Tuesday, November 5th, 2019, 6:30-8:30pm
Free for Members and Non-Members + a free copy of Adrienne’s book

RSVP Policy
We know that life happens and things change. If you can no longer make it to an event, please email us to let us know at events@thehivery.com so we can plan accordingly.


ABOUT ADRIENNE BRODEUR

 Adrienne Brodeur

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Adrienne Brodeur has spent the past two decades of her professional life in the literary world—­discovering voices, cultivating talent, and working to amplify underrepresented writers. Her forthcoming memoir, Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover and Me, will be published by HMH books in October 2019. The film rights were bought by Chernin Entertainment with Kelly Fremon Craig, the director of Edge of Seventeen, attached to adapt and direct.

Adrienne’s publishing career began with founding the fiction magazine, Zoetrope: All-Storywith filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, where she served as editor in chief from 1996-2002. The magazine has won the prestigious National Magazine Award for best fiction four times. In 2005, she became an editor at Harcourt (later, HMH Books), where she acquired and edited literary fiction and memoir. Adrienne left publishing in 2013 to become Creative Director — and later Executive Director — of Aspen Words, a literary arts nonprofit and program of the Aspen Institute. In 2017, she launched the Aspen Words Literary Prize, a $35,000 annual award for an influential work of fiction that illuminates a vital contemporary issue and demonstrates the transformative power of literature on thought and culture.

Adrienne splits her time between Cambridge and Cape Cod, where she lives with her husband and children.


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Moderator Barbara Lane is a book columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, director of events for Copperfield’s Books, and a longtime Bay Area producer and writer.

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Nov
7
12:30 PM12:30

Inspiration Circle: A Conversation on Women, Money and Investing with Gratitude with Uplift Investing

The Inspiration Circle is a facilitated group session all about personal development, discovery and exploration. Join us to connect with fellow members and come together in a welcoming group setting! This monthly event is a great opportunity to share motivation, ideas, coaching, and mentorship.

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Women drive 70-80% of all consumer purchasing. These purchases make businesses and elevate their investors. As consumers, women hold the power to influence the world. At Uplift, we are on a mission to help women to extend their influence as investors. Join our conversation on Women, Money and Power. It is only with gratitude, we can influence the world toward better decisions.

As seats are limited, advance online registration is required. Free for members. $30 for non-members. This is a BYO brown-bag lunch discussion. All are welcome!

Not a Hivery member yet? Learn more about membership and sign up here.


The Inspiration Circle is one of The Hivery's monthly member events. Mark your calendar for the fourth Thursday of each month from 12:30 to 1:45pm to join this program. 

Refund Policy
We know that life happens and things change. If you can no longer make it to an event, please email us to let us know at events@thehivery.com so we can plan accordingly. We will gladly offer you account credit for the ticket price when requested in writing at least three days before the event. Please note that no refunds will be given on event cancellations.

+ A note about Photography/Videography

We love sharing beautiful moments that happen at The Hivery and often take photos and/or videos at events and workshops. Your entry at The Hivery constitutes implied consent to be captured and/or published by The Hivery lens. If you are camera shy, please let our staff know so we can seat you accordingly.


About Our Speakers

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Syl Yip is the founder of Uplift Investing, a registered investment advisor focuses on helping clients build their financial future through socially responsible investing. Prior to founding Uplift, Syl was a Managing Director responsible for Product Strategy and Portfolio Analytics at the Institutional Fixed Income Division of INTL FCStone. She also gained experience in Quantitative Finance, Risk Management and Product Strategy working for Citi Alternative Investment and MSCI Barra.

Syl earned her MBA from New York University and BA in Economics & Statistics from University of California, Berkeley. She holds Series 7, 63 and 65, 52 and 53 licenses, completed level l I of CFA (Charter Financial Analyst), FRM (Financial Risk Manager) and CAIA (Charter Alternative Investment Analyst) exams.

To give back, Syl had served for eight years as the Treasurer and a Board member of Institution for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), a Washington DC based leading think tank with a mission on advancing women’s status through social science research, policy analysis, and public education.

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Anne Sapp brings over two decades of investment management experience to Uplift Investing, as well as a liberal arts perspective. She led the index and socially responsible investing equity team at TIAA for over 10 years and oversaw a period of significant growth in each of these areas. Her professional background also includes index fund management at Mellon Capital, and fixed income portfolio management at both Bankers Trust in New York and Wells Capital Management in San Francisco. Subsequent to her institutional experience, Anne served as a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley, with a focus on helping women with financial planning and literacy, as well as initiating the dialogue about sustainable investing.

Anne grew up on Long Island, and attended Middlebury College where she earned a double major in Economics and French and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Anne then earned her MBA from Georgetown University, and is a CFA® charterholder. Anne lives with her very tall husband Dan and two college-age sons in Mill Valley and enjoys swimming and hiking whenever possible.


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Nov
9
3:45 PM15:45

The San Francisco Dance Film Festival: Women On The Move

The Hivery is thrilled to Co-Present “Women On The Move” at the The San Francisco DANCE Film Festival!

This program is dedicated to the work of female filmmakers and features diverse films that shine a light on the many facets of womanhood . Learn more about the amazing films and filmmakers here.

The Hivery are proud sponsors of this special event!


PROGRAM LOCATION AND TICKETS

Please note that this program will not be held at The Hivery, it will be at Brava Theater Center, located at 2781 24th Street in San Francisco. 

Ticket sales are through SFDFF: Single Tickets: $15 (Students: $13, ID required).
Please get your tickets below!


ABOUT SFDFF

The San Francisco Dance Film Festival is an international platform for the presentation and development of dance-based films. Its purpose is not only to celebrate the best dance films from around the world but to also encourage and assist Bay Area choreographers and filmmakers in the creation of new dance works created for the screen.

Dancers and filmmakers have worked together since the invention of the motion picture, but the dance film genre has exploded in recent years as digital technologies have become more accessible to independent artists. Today’s dance films encompass a wide range of interpretations and include contributions from visual artists, animators, composers and live performers. SFDFF’s programming covers this broad spectrum by highlighting sub-genres such as “screendance”, short experimental dance pieces created specifically for the camera, as well as filmic interpretations of dance performances originally created for the stage.  Feature documentaries focus on the process of creating dance—from historical profiles to behind-the-scenes views of today’s most innovative choreographers.

With the generous support of community partners both in the Bay Area and abroad, SFDFF has grown quickly as an organization. Within a few short years it has gained international recognition, drawing participants from all over the world for a vibrant annual celebration of dance on camera. Its year-round activities now include filmmaking workshops, lectures at universities and dance schools, and free film presentations at the public library.

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Nov
16
10:00 AM10:00

Fundraiser for Ikiama Nukuri with Pachamama Alliance

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Grace Kraaijvanger, Founder + CEO of The Hivery, recently returned from a transformational trip to the Amazon with the Pachamama Alliance - witnessing and learning from the indigenous Achuar community and the women of the Ikiama Nukuri safe birthing program.

She is eager to share her trip experience, as well as to gather and create conversation with the leaders of this incredible initiative. At this brunch event, you’ll have the opportunity to meet Lynne Twist, Co-Founder of the Pachamama Alliance, as well as Narcisa Mashienta, the lead organizer behind the Ikiama Nukuri safe-birthing program.

The Ikiama Nukuri program is designed to eliminate all preventable deaths in pregnancy and childbirth of Achuar mothers and babies, and to improve community health by empowering Achuar women and communities with the tools needed to be their own agents of change.

Narcisa Mashienta (far right), leader of the Ikiama Nukuri initiative, shown leading a community workshop.

Narcisa Mashienta (far right), leader of the Ikiama Nukuri initiative, shown leading a community workshop.

Ikiama Nukuri accomplishes its goals by:

  • Training local Community Maternal Health Promoters to educate and support Achuar women and families through pregnancy and childbirth

  • Providing all expecting Achuar mothers with Safe Birth Kits, containing everything a woman needs to have a safe birth in the rainforest

  • Collaborating with One Heart World-Wide to implement the Network of Safety model for ensuring safe births

  • Working with both Achuar men and women to solidify communities

The Hivery is a proud partner and supporter of this inspiring and impactful initiative to provide safe birthing programs and the empowerment of indigenous women of the Ecuadorian rainforest.

We look forward to sharing this experience with you over brunch at The Hivery Fort Mason!

DETAILS:

The Hivery San Francisco: Fort Mason Center, Building D
(Directly Across from Flax)
Saturday, November 16th, 2019, 10:00am-1:00pm
$40 for Members and Non-Members


ALL PROCEEDS GO TO IKIAMA NUKURI.


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ABOUT IKIAMA NUKURI

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Since 2006, the Ikiama Nukuri program has been working in collaboration with the Achuar Nation of Ecuador to develop a model of addressing maternal, infant, and community health in a way that is culturally appropriate, empowering, and sustainable.

Ecuador’s Achuar population, nearing approximately 7,000 between the provinces of Pastaza and Morona-Santiago, resides in some of the most remote and hard to access primary rainforest in the country. Due large in part to both geographic and socio-economic limitations, access to healthcare both at the community and urban levels has been significantly limited for the Achuar people.

Our model of working with the Achuar is one that addresses all of these limitations by empowering Achuar women and their communities to reduce all preventable deaths in pregnancy, childbirth, and with newborns.

Grace Kraaijvanger, Founder of The Hivery, Narcisa Mashienta, leader of Ikiama Nukuri, and Marco Mukuink of the Sharamentza community, meeting on the recent Hivery and Pachamama Alliance journey to the Amazon.

Grace Kraaijvanger, Founder of The Hivery, Narcisa Mashienta, leader of Ikiama Nukuri, and Marco Mukuink of the Sharamentza community, meeting on the recent Hivery and Pachamama Alliance journey to the Amazon.


Refund Policy
We know that life happens and things change. If you can no longer make it to an event, please email us to let us know at events@thehivery.com so we can plan accordingly. We will gladly offer you account credit for the ticket price when requested in writing at least three days before the event. Please note that no refunds will be given on event cancellations.

+ A note about Photography/Videography

We love sharing beautiful moments that happen at The Hivery and often take photos and/or videos at events and workshops. Your entry at The Hivery constitutes implied consent to be captured and/or published by The Hivery lens. If you are camera shy, please let our staff know so we can seat you accordingly.


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Dec
8
11:00 AM11:00

The Hivery Holiday Market 2019

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Every year The Hivery showcases our talented makers, entrepreneurs, artists, and crafts people who create unique products, art pieces, jewelry, cosmetics, and cool stuff through a fun, sparkly Hivery Holiday Market. 

We welcome the entire Hivery community of members, fans, men, women and children who LOVE supporting local businesses and art to shop, sip, nibble, and mingle. 

The Hivery Holiday Market is filled with artists, jewelry designers, photographers, product-based businesses, cosmetics, body care, clothing, accessories, flowers, and all things gift-y! You'll be supporting local businesses, and getting your shopping done...all while staying local!  

Calling all holiday shoppers!

You'll be supporting local entrepreneurs, designers, makers, and more. We'll hook you up with a hot cocoa station and holiday treats, too! You're definitely going to want to save this shopping date to shop local and female-owned!

All are welcome! Members, non-members, and everyone who wants to support local, women-owned business! This is an open-house style event, so please RSVP for a free ticket below. 


Interested in hosting a table at our Holiday Market? Sign up for a table or room below!

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Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

First Tuesday ArtWalk: Looking at Nature Through the Hands of Carrie Crawford

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Join us for an evening of Art in conjunction with The Mill Valley Arts Commission’s Artwalk the First Tuesday of each month. Stroll around town to see an exciting range of work from Bay Area artists!

Opening on Tuesday, September 3rd and running through October 31st, we are presenting the work of local artist Carrie Crawford, whose patient manipulation of natural fibers and dyes creates stunning paintings that aren’t really paintings at all but the result of the complexities of indigo dying and time. 

Indigo dye, which comes from a leafy green plant, is a notoriously finicky process that requires nurturing and daily maintenance and is one that Crawford relishes. “So much patience and surrender are called for in these works,” Crawford observes. 

Each piece goes through several iterations of the dying process to capture an array of darks and lights, layered with natural dye. Crawford then stretches the fabric and presents them as paintings. Hivery Lead Curator Kate Nicholson considers the abstract paintings  “spontaneous and surprising and deeply connected to the natural world. You can really see the hand of the artist at work in collaboration with the dye itself.”

Carrie Crawford, a California native, grew up believing that she was not cut out for a career in art because she could not draw representationally. She finally found the textile design program at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles and has been working with textiles and design since. Her passion truly emerged when she discovered the unpredictable nature of indigo dying and set to becoming a chemist as much as an artist. 


Free for members and non-members. All are welcome!

Not a Hivery member yet? Learn more about membership and sign up here.

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Sep
10
5:00 PM17:00

Happy Hour at West Coast Wines: Drop In for a Sip + Bite Before Our September Hivery Circle

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Our local wine bar & bottle shop, West Coast Wine • Cheese, is right up the street! Visit just before our September Hivery Circle and enjoy Happy Hour pricing on all bottles and cheese pairings. They pour exceptional wines made in CA, OR & WA. This is their second location after opening their first in Cow Hollow, San Francisco.

31 Sunnyside Avenue, Mill Valley

Four years, and four Wine Spectator 'Award of Excellence' honors later, West Coast Wine • Cheese continues to showcase regional wines by serving up premium experiences in a relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere.


Refund Policy
We know that life happens and things change. If you can no longer make it to an event, please email us to let us know at events@thehivery.com so we can plan accordingly. We will gladly offer you account credit for the ticket price when requested in writing at least three days before the event. Please note that no refunds will be given on event cancellations.

+ A note about Photography/Videography

We love sharing beautiful moments that happen at The Hivery and often take photos and/or videos at events and workshops. Your entry at The Hivery constitutes implied consent to be captured and/or published by The Hivery lens. If you are camera shy, please let our staff know so we can seat you accordingly.


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Sep
3
6:00 PM18:00

First Tuesday ArtWalk: Looking at Nature Through the Hands of Carrie Crawford

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Join us for an evening of Art in conjunction with The Mill Valley Arts Commission’s Artwalk the First Tuesday of each month. Stroll around town to see an exciting range of work from Bay Area artists!

Opening on Tuesday, September 3rd and running through October 31st, we are presenting the work of local artist Carrie Crawford, whose patient manipulation of natural fibers and dyes creates stunning paintings that aren’t really paintings at all but the result of the complexities of indigo dying and time. 

Indigo dye, which comes from a leafy green plant, is a notoriously finicky process that requires nurturing and daily maintenance and is one that Crawford relishes. “So much patience and surrender are called for in these works,” Crawford observes. 

Each piece goes through several iterations of the dying process to capture an array of darks and lights, layered with natural dye. Crawford then stretches the fabric and presents them as paintings. Hivery Lead Curator Kate Nicholson considers the abstract paintings  “spontaneous and surprising and deeply connected to the natural world. You can really see the hand of the artist at work in collaboration with the dye itself.”

Carrie Crawford, a California native, grew up believing that she was not cut out for a career in art because she could not draw representationally. She finally found the textile design program at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles and has been working with textiles and design since. Her passion truly emerged when she discovered the unpredictable nature of indigo dying and set to becoming a chemist as much as an artist. 


Free for members and non-members. All are welcome!

Not a Hivery member yet? Learn more about membership and sign up here.

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Aug
26
9:30 AM09:30

Information Session: The Hivery Fall 2019 Incubator + Jumpstart Programs with Grace Kraaijvanger

Everyone has a story. And each of us has reason to share it. Whether you’re a business owner, a freelancer, you’re thinking about going back to work, or you have a presence online (that’s everyone, really), personal branding is the way in which you tell your story. It creates an emotional connection to who you are, what your past experience has taught you, and where you would like to go. 

As we explore what's next for us, whether that's starting a new business, considering going back to work, or starting a new independent consultancy, it's imperative that we are thoughtful about our personal brand presence, both online and offline. 

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Jul
25
12:30 PM12:30

Your Personal Style as Self Care with Michelle Moquin

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The Inspiration Circle is a facilitated group session all about personal development, discovery and exploration. Join us to connect with fellow members and come together in a welcoming group setting! Inspiration Circles are a great opportunity to share motivation, ideas, coaching, and mentorship.

This week we welcome Hivery member and style expert Michelle Moquin.

We all know when we put on a stunning outfit that we feel our best in, our confidence soars. We also know what happens when we aren’t in a place of accepting where we are in our lives, whether it be with our relationship, our career, or our weight and getting dressed can be a chore.

Knowing your personal style and curating a wardrobe that you love everyday, is a form of self care that we all could use some help with. The act of getting dressed is something we do every day and for many people, an afterthought, what Michelle calls “getting dressed by default instead of by design." In this talk, you will learn easy tips and tools on how to bring more “self-care” and "dressing by design" to the life you’re living now, even if you are going through a life transition or transformation. You don’t have to wait, you can start now on your personal style as self care!

As seats are limited, advance online registration is required. Free for members. $30 for non-members. This is a BYO brown-bag lunch discussion. All are welcome!

Not a Hivery member yet? Learn more about membership and sign up here.


The Inspiration Circle is one of The Hivery's monthly member events. Mark your calendar for each Thursday from 12:30 to 1:45pm to join this and forthcoming programs. Pricing is $30 for Non-Members, free for Members.

Refund Policy
We know that life happens and things change. If you can no longer make it to an event, please email us to let us know at events@thehivery.com so we can plan accordingly. We will gladly offer you account credit for the ticket price when requested in writing at least three days before the event. Please note that no refunds will be given on event cancellations.

+ A note about Photography/Videography

We love sharing beautiful moments that happen at The Hivery and often take photos and/or videos at events and workshops. Your entry at The Hivery constitutes implied consent to be captured and/or published by The Hivery lens. If you are camera shy, please let our staff know so we can seat you accordingly.


About Michelle Moquin

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Michelle Moquin is a San Francisco Bay Area based certified personal wardrobe stylist and color consultant, fashion designer, speaker, educator, and style expert. Michelle has the unique ability to change the way women and men feel about themselves by coaching them on how to use fashion as another tool to enhance their career goals, their personal life, and circle of influence. “Michelle, you have changed my life,” is a common expression women say after working with her. Michelle provides upscale one-on-one styling and color services, as well as high-end packages for executives, politicians, and Hollywood stars.

Michelle’s background in the fashion industry includes 20+ years as a fashion designer. Her style sense and designs have been talked about, featured, and sold at home and abroad. Her collections have been spotlighted in magazines, on The View and World News Now, as well as being included in the Oscar Gift Bags for the Stars. Her clients include: Sales Force, Adobe, Genentech, Google, Stanford Computer Science, VMWare, all levels of Politicians and Hollywood stars.


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