Come together above Seattle's skyline at the historic Art Deco Pacific Tower
on Beacon Hill, headquarters to our host, Pacific Medical Centers. Enjoy scrumptious bites and a glass of wine, while connecting to professional womxn and gender-diverse business people.
What sets Womxn On Top apart from our other networking events such as Power Connect and Young Professionals with Pride
, is how it fosters a unique space for womxn and female-identified community members to connect with each other in a welcoming environment.
Our Featured Nonprofit: The Angel Band Project
The Angel Band Project
is a national non-profit dedicated to providing healing for survivors of sexual assault through music. Based in St. Louis, MO, The Angel Band Project is a national nonprofit which was founded in 2009 after the brutal attack of two women in Seattle, Teresa Butz and Jennifer Hopper. The Project uses music to raise awareness on the issue of sexual violence while supporting survivors through music therapy programs.
Why We Use "Womxn"
All GSBA programs are designed with intentionality, to include, affirm, and support all areas and intersections within the LGBTQ community. GSBA uses the term "womxn" as an encompassing umbrella term to include the many identities and experiences which are welcome at Womxn On Top events. By using this word, GSBA would like to make it known that all womxn, transwomen, cisgender women, female-identified, and gender diverse people are welcome to share space at Womxn On Top events. While Womxn On Top events are not designed for people who identify as men, male, and/or cisgender men, GSBA provides other networking events such as Power Connect, which are open to all identities.
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Pacific Medical Centers | 2020 Womxn On Top Presenting Sponsor
Pacific Medical Centers (PacMed) is a multi-specialty medical group with nine neighborhood clinics in the Puget Sound area. Founded in 1933, the PacMed network is one of the largest throughout the Puget Sound and offers patients more than 150 providers for primary and specialty care. PacMed’s culture focuses around its mission of delivering high quality health care focused on the individual needs of its diverse patient population with an emphasis on improving the quality of health in our community. Learn more here