Monica: This Play is Not About Monica Lewinsky

Come join us on Thursday, June 6th as we partner with Via Brooklyn for an evening of drinks, bites, play excerpts, a keynote speaker and more, in support of their upcoming play "Monica: This Play is Not About Monica Lewinsky", which premieres at 59E59 and The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Sex. Scandal. Secrets. Monica traverses infamy and intimacy as she reclaims a life beyond the media's watchful eye.

Through a series of scenes between Monica and different imagined lovers, the play asks what is the cost of intimacy and how do we reckon with our past selves. Rather than focus on the scandal that brought her worldwide notoriety, the play allows us a chance to ponder, personally and nationally, just when it all went wrong.

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A Conversation on Financial Wellness

Looking for guidance to get your finances in check? Come join us on Wednesday, May 22nd as we partner with The Creative Collective and Bank of America to present Better Money Habits: A Conversation on Financial Wellness.

We'll sit down with experts from Bank of America to identify our personal goals and learn about the habits we can put in place to reach them.

Featured Speakers:
Chike Ohayia serves as a strategic advisor to Bank of America clients in the Healthcare, Education, and Not-For-Profit sectors.
Al Smith is a financial advisor in Merrill Lynch's wealth management division.

Bites provided by The Meatball Shop.

More info and tickets here.

An Evening with Alex Wolf

Why do so many millennials cringe when they have to say how old they are? Why are they in such disbelief of something as personal as their own age? Is it because time is moving faster? Is technology playing a role?

Come and join us on Thursday, May 9th for a thought-provoking presentation by award-winning entrepreneur and digital anthropologist Alex Wolf. Alex will share her theories on the feelings many millennials identify with when it comes to aging in our increasingly technological world.

Arrive at 7 pm sharp to grab a seat and refreshments. There'll be opportunities for discussion via mini-breakout sessions between presentations and a Q&A with Alex to conclude the evening.

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Banishing Burnout

Less than halfway through the year and already feeling undone?

Come join us on April 23rd as we partner with Six Degrees Society and My Wellbeing to host a workshop on how to banish burnout and become 'stress smart', with clinical psychologist Dr Kristina Hallett.

We'll tackle common issues in professional development – dealing with stress, multiple roles and responsibilities, and not enough time or energy for self-care. The workshop includes specific, practical, easy-to-implement exercises and practices, integrating evidence-based psychological principles with an understanding of the newest findings in neuroscience and mind-body medicine.

More info and tickets here.

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