Galentine's Day with Tia & Womanly Magazine
About This Event
Join Carolyn Witte (Founder, Tia) and Attia Taylor (Founder, Womanly Magazine) and many more incredible women from the GA community for a night of networking and discussing the importance of women’s health.
Meet incredible women doing amazing things as you join our growing community of courageous, ambitious women leading BOSS lives and crafting their careers with passion and purpose. Grow your tribe over some drinks and transformative convos as we cheers to our girl gang on Galentine’s Day that would make Leslie Knope proud!
Bring your most authentic self!
About the Panelists
Co-Founder and CEO, Tia
Carolyn is the co-founder and CEO of Tia — a next-gen women's health platform for millennial women by millennial women. A design-thinker and storyteller who gained her brand chops at Google’s Creative Lab, Carolyn is an expert in building user-centric consumer products and brands rooted in emotion.
Founder, Womanly Magazine
Attia is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Womanly Magazine. Womanly is a digital and print publication that circulates preventive health information to women of color and non-binary people all over the world. Attia currently leads and manages a team of 40 volunteers in building a magazine that has reached close to 10,000 women in its first year.
Attia's background is in women's health advocacy with a focus on technology and research to create sustainable health solutions for women. She was key in launching an award winning app for women's health innovation - reaching over 1 million women, and has spent over ten years volunteering in the non-profit sector for the betterment of girls and women.
About Our Partners
Tia is a full-stack women's healthcare startup building a new model of reproductive healthcare for women, by women. We build products, tools — and soon services — designed to help every woman be her own patient advocate.
Womanly Magazine provides accessible health information to women and non-binary people through visual and literary art.
Through our print and digital content, we lift up narratives that are often neglected by the typical women’s magazine. Just like us, our content is diverse. Our subjects include discrimination in the health care system, intergenerational concerns, and physical and sexual health and expression.