With two successful Women Inspiring Passion and Purpose (WIPP) panels behind her, Much Digital Studios Creator Bianca Harris is ready to take her brand to the next level–WIPP will be hosting their first full-day summit this May in Toronto.
WIPP, which Harris created to inform and empower career women everywhere, has lined up a stellar panel of strong female speakers and role models who embody #GOALS. While you’re rubbing shoulders with business gurus, you can enjoy a live art show, jam out to female DJ sets, browse the WIPP pop-up shop and go to the beauty bar. This event is your chance to network, gain industry insights and build your personal brand.
Sponsored by Much, alongside Puma, Bite Beauty and Artizia, the WIPP Summit will take place at a secret location on May 13. Tickets range from $90-$105 and are available here, but you can also enter to win a pair from us below!
Meet the rad women below that’ll be speaking in a room full of girl power under the cut.
Shan Boody is a certified sexologist and YouTuber who talks about sex education, baby. With over 200,000 subscribers, she sheds light on issues from open relationships to curly hair tutorials. Not only has she linked up with Much Digital Creators 4YallEntertainment and ThatDudeMcFly, but her first video featured Canadian model, Winnie Harlow. She is also the author of Laid: Young People’s Experiences with Sex in an Easy-Access Culture.
Fresh off the Fenty x Puma runway, British model Adwoa Aboah is also the founder of Gurls Talk, a platform that strives to create a safe space for young girls to share their experiences. You may have seen her with Scarlett Johansson in the film Ghost in the Shell. She’s also been featured in campaigns for Versus, Alexander Wang and H&M, and on the covers of i-D, Vogue and Vogue España.
As a marketing maven, Julz is also the Queen of Snapchat as @yesjulz. At 27, the Miami native’s heart and hustle has led her to own a multi-platform agency, Yes Julz, that mostly works with music events and festivals around the world. Julz started the #NEVERNOTWORKING campaign to motivate people to turn “work” into something that should be celebrated. Oh, and did we mention she works out with Lebron James?
New Yorkers Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum began their fashion blog, StyleLikeU, in 2009. This mother-daughter duo created the YouTube series “What’s Underneath Project,” which is a leading movement for people to accept and express their true selves. They’ve interviewed Charli XCX, photographer Petra Collins and Orange Is The New Black’s Lea DeLaria. Elisa and Lily are releasing their first book in April, True Style is What’s Underneath: The Self Acceptance Revolution, which profiles influencers and celebrities who defy the conventional looks of today’s fashion magazines.
To enter to win two tickets to the WIPP 3 Summit, follow @MTV_FORA on Twitter, watch for our tweet, and retweet it to automatically be entered for a chance to win! For a full list of rules and regulations, click here.
— MTV FORA (@MTV_FORA) March 30, 2017