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Chapter Meeting / The Money Talk

June 13, 2023 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

  • Free event, non-members welcome
  • RSVP so we know you’re coming! limited space
  • Zoom RSVP if you can’t make it in person

Topic: The Money Talk: How to Negotiate, Persuade & Get Paid What You’re Worth

A recent study found that when offered a job, most people are so grateful for the offer that they accept it without negotiating their salaries. It’s time to flip the script and change the narrative. In The Money Talk, participants will leave with a clear understanding of how to close the gaps in their negotiation conversations.

Join us Tuesday, June 13 at 6pm where Felicia David, Founder and CEO of Black Women’s Collective, will share:

  • How to identify old patterns of thinking that could sabotage the negotiation process
  • How to create a new money story that increases your confidence in having uncomfortable conversations
  • A powerful, collaborative, step-by-step framework for negotiations


About the Speaker

Felicia Davis is an author, award-winning leadership coach, speaker and advisor to women leaders. She’s a former HR executive and the CEO and Founder of The Black Women’s Collective. Known for her one-of-a-kind, no non-sense approach to empowering leaders, Felicia’s knowledge, skills and expertise have been leveraged by companies such as Schwab, Universal Music, SRP, Take The Lead, T-Mobile and Pepperdine University. Felicia has a firm belief that all success is orchestrated and you must earn the right to lead.

She is a recipient of the prestigious 2020 Martin Luther King ‘Living the Dream’ Award and the impact of her work has featured in The Wall Street Journal and various other media outlets. She’s married to her husband of 28 years, they have three adult children and she surprisingly turned down an invitation to be on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Felicia also admits to having an unhealthy obsession with fashion, reality tv and gelato!

On-site parking available. Please park across the street from Richard Kennedy Architects in the additional parking marked in red. Once that is full, you may park in the visitor area marked in blue.



Richard Kennedy Architects
4450 N 12th St #200
Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States
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