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Diving into March 2020

Diving into March 2020

I can’t believe I am writing a monthly March kick-off already! February flew by! Does anyone else feel like it’s taken the year a bit to get started, but at the same time there is SO MUCH going on in the world!

 

The first two months of 2020 have been monopolizing and provoking with the Superbowl, the half-time show, Coronavirus, 2020 Democratic Elections, Bretix and the Oscars – phew! And now we are diving into March!

 

MARCH HIGHLIGHTS:

Here are key dates to highlight and write down for the month! March is Women’s Month! I will be sharing a ton of content I created, that highlights inspiring women in different fields, focus, but all who work to help empower women.

 

This month I will be featuring BRAND NEW interviews with some amazing women who are living their best lives as CEOs, small business owners, and social advocates.

 

They will be sharing tips and advice for helping others find their voices. Make sure to check out my Interview Series: Female Entrepreneurs!

 

These are the March Dates you need to know:

March is Women’s History Month!

Mar 2 – Dr. Seuss’s Birthday

Mar 4 – World Wildlife Day

Mar 6 – Ntnl. Day of Unplugging

Mar 8 – International Women’s Day

Mar 17 – Saint Patrick’s Day

Mar 20 – First Day of Spring

Mar 31 – Equal Pay Day

 

SEATTLE LOCAL – 

For my local babes, there are a few events happening this month you don’t want to miss:

Universal Standard is hosting a Female Founder event on March 12th at their Seattle Showroom – RSVP HERE

♦ Women’s March Seattle is finally happening on Sunday, March 8th, after being rescheduled due to snow: INFO HERE

♦ The 49th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade is happening on Saturday, March 14th in downtown Seattle: INFO HERE

 

I am also recapping some of the most Newsworthy Moments that have happened over the last week! This should help you go into the week prepared!

NEWSWORTHY MOMENTS:

The House voted in The Emmett Till Antilynching Act on Wednesday, voting 410-4. The bill makes lynching a hate crime under federal law, the first time in U.S. history.

 

Peter Buttiege has officially withdrawn from the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee race over the weekend.

 

Forbes is looking to highlight 50 women OVER 50. They are looking to hear about amazing women over 50 in your life! Learn more about how to submit nominees: HERE!

 

The American Business Law Review is calling for submissions for female-authored papers for an all-women issue – pass this along to your boss girlfriends!

 

If you are looking for more information on the Coronavirus, this is a great breakdown down from the Singapore Health Minister. Also, make sure you are washing your hands!

 

The Dow Jones had its worst week since 2008 around escalating fears of the Coronavirus. Mike Pence has been selected to lead the coronavirus response from the US. Delta has suspended flights to Milan until May.

 

Scotland is the first country in the world that has taken legal steps to make tampons and pads free to anyone who needs them.

 

Happy Monday!

 

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