Video Recap: Seattle Business's Second Annual Daring Women Event

This year's Daring Women event once again brought together some of the community's most fearless females
 
 

“In a day and a time when there is truly so many things going on that affect women and our rights, to see all of you in this room is truly inspiring, so thank you,” said Angela Stowell, chief executive officer of Farestart, one of the featured Daring Women speakers.

On May 21, the most fearless females in Seattle came together to talk innovation, growth, inspiration and leadership at the second annual year of Daring Women. The half-day conference featured interactive panel discussions and talks by women executives on diversity and inclusion, leading with authenticity, the power of mentorship and advocacy, challenging standards and more. The day concluded with a Power Hour cocktail party where attendees came together to build a community of Daring Women.

Watch the highlight video below to relive the event, and follow Daring Women on Facebook and Twitter.

To keep the conversation going, Seattle Business magazine launched a Daring Women Q&A series in which we ask women who are trailblazers in their industries to share their experiences, concerns and insights with our readers. 

Plus: Be sure to read our May 2019 issue, featuring the cover story "Profiles in Mentoring," which focuses on the life-changing power of mentors and sponsors. 

See more photos from the event (and tag yourself if you were there!) here.

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