Cocktails & Conversation with Joanne Wilson & Rohini Dey
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
invites you to join us for cocktails & conversation with
Angel Investor Joanne Wilson & Restauranteur Rohini Dey
Join 85 Broads Power Circle members Joanne Wilson and Rohini Dey for a brilliant discussion about life in the fast lane! We'll meet at Rohini's restaurant, Vermilion.
Joanne's Bio: Joanne has been blogging since 1994 under the name Gotham Gal. She is involved with the start-up community as an angel investor and adviser. She has been a champion of women in tech by starting and co-chairing the Women’s Entrepreneurial Festival with ITP at NYU. Many of the companies she is working with are owned or started by women. The tech companies are Food52, Catchafire, Dailyworth, Editd, Editions 01, Nest.io, Red Stamp, Curbed (Eater/Racked) as well as Ricks Picks, Gotham Gym, The Moon Group and Cacao Pietro. She also sits on the board of Hot Bread Kitchen and the Highline.
Rohini's Bio: A former economist with the World Bank and management consultant at McKinsey, Rohini is taking the restaurant world by storm. With a Master's degree from the Delhi School of Economics and a Doctorate in Management Science from the University of Texas, Rohini has brilliantly created and developed the Vermilion Indian-Latin concept and cuisine. Rohini is equally passionate about all four of her babies (her two daughters and her two restaurants). Rohini is an avid runner, having completed the Chicago Marathon, Half Ironman, and has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. Click Here to read more about Rohini.
480 Lexington Ave (at 46th St)
|Date:||Tuesday, February 12th|
|Time:||6:00 - 8:00 pm|
|Fee:||85 Broads members $25
Non-members & Guests $35
When & Where
85 Broads New York
About 85 Broads
85 Broads is a global women’s network whose mission is to generate exceptional professional and social value for its members. Through our regional network events and online at 85Broads.com, members invest their time, their intellect, and their financial capital in each other’s ideas and businesses.
85 Broads was founded in 1997 as a network for current and former Goldman Sachs women who worked at 85 Broad Street, the firm’s NYC headquarters, and at other GS offices worldwide. In 2000, at the urging of women at Harvard Business School, we expanded the network to include women who were students and alumnae of the world’s leading graduate business schools, irrespective of chosen career path.
In 2004, we recognized the importance of further expanding the network to include women at the undergraduate level who were pursuing every career path imaginable. Over the next 3 years, we created campus clubs at 40 colleges in the US and abroad.
And in 2007, we extended membership in 85 Broads to all amazing, trailblazing women worldwide without regard to one’s college or graduate school affiliation.
The women in 85 Broads are entrepreneurs, investment bankers, consultants, filmmakers, lawyers, educators, athletes, venture capitalists, portfolio managers, political leaders, philanthropists, doctors, engineers, artists, scientists, in addition to women who are seeking to blaze new trails.