By: Jennifer DeBusk Alviar, M.Div There is a certain beauty and alchemy to co-working that I didn’t fully appreciate until I became a member of The Riveter during its May 2017 launch. On one level, it offers a meaningful quality of community building for women, work and wellness. That, [...]
At The Riveter, we believe that mindfulness and self-care are beneficial for the mind, body and business. That's why we combine work and wellness in one space.
The Second Pillar of Internalized Sexism: Serving Others Andrea was a 35 year old female founder who had pioneered a software company in her living room and gone on to national acclaim. She was ready to 10x her company but time and again in rooms of funders she wouldn’t frame [...]
What do female-founded companies do when their mission is at odds with their male investors? How much influence should investors have over your start-up?
Recently we began a three-week installment on the three pillars of Internalized Sexism, (that is: how girls are trained into “underachieving”). Breakthrough strategies will be discussed at the Live:Learn “You Have What You Need” on July 11, at 10am --so bring your questions! --Laura
It’s easy to slip into the habit of grabbing a take-out lunch every day, especially when we already feel overwhelmed and think that packing ourselves a lunch will just add one more thing to the “to-do” list. Here are some ideas and strategies for bringing your lunch, so that you can ultimately save money and get healthier in the process!
ReBoot Seattle helps professional women get back to work after taking a career break by helping them to become current, confident and connected. Learn more about ReBoot Seattle and the incredible work Nancy and Sarah are doing.
Mindfulness is a word we hear tossed around often these days. A discipline used in hospitals, schools, prisons, and more and more frequently – the workplace. The benefits are staggering, but what exactly is mindfulness, and how do you actually practice?
Riveter member Carrie Jones is a connecter. She enjoys bringing people together both personally and professionally and is a huge believer in the power of community. In her words, community is what makes us human.
We invest a lot in our personal relationships - we seek out people who will make a positive imprint on our lives, who help us to become better individuals, or fulfill our potential.