The Ladies Who Lunch with Latisha Daring Comes to Washington, DC

Latisha Daring brings the Ladies Who Lunch empowerment networking series to the District of Columbia.

Apr. 17, 2013WASHINGTON, D.C.The Ladies Who Lunch movement continues in the District Of Columbia. Latisha Daring, successful entrepreneur, fashion designer, mom and wife announces her latest venture, Ladies Who Lunch with Latisha Daring has embarked on a four city tour.  The Ladies Who Lunch is an empowerment lunch series that focuses on women entrepreneurs who aspire to impact their communities and the world at-large through their business ventures and strategic partnerships. The inaugural DC event will take place on May 4th at the famed Station Four, located at 101 Fourth Street in southwest DC.

An intimate afternoon of inspiration and empowerment, the Ladies Who Lunch is brings some of the most influential and dynamic women across a broad spectrum of industries together to share their experience in the world of entrepreneurship and what it takes to be successful women in business with an intimate crowd of like-minded women. Panelists will share their stories, lessons learned and wisdoms garnered in the pursuit of their dreams. Guests will have the chance to get “real world” insider’s knowledge that will motivate, educate and inspire them to become the architect of their own dreams. The Washington, DC event has drawn a distinguished panel including:

  •  Nicole Cosby, Program Director, Global Ad Compliance at AOL
  • DC’s own  April Watts, on air personality with Majic 102.3 FM; visionary behind “Life Styled With April Watts”
  • Janaye Ingram, DC Bureau Chief of the National Action Network
  • Akinah Rahmaan, Vice President, Marketing at Island Def Jam Music Group 

12120215-invite-final-dc-1Debuting at the DC event, Latisha Daring will be launching the Ladies Who Lunch Marketplace, a curated collaboration of unique brands and products. The Marketplace highlights brands that marry viable business strategies with successful execution in presentation. These women owned businesses showcase a “go get ‘em” mentality that have resulted in their success. The overall mission of the Ladies Who Lunch is about supporting dreamers which comes to life with the launch of the Marketplace. Latisha has been a supporter of independent designers and small businesses since 2000– particularly as the former owner and buyer for the well-known boutique, Pieces of Brooklyn. She has played a major role in helping to build brands both nationally and worldwide by introducing new talent to consumers for over a decade.

Ladies who Lunch with Latisha Daring will be hosting events in Atlanta and Chicago. For more information about the luncheon series or to purchase tickets, visit

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