#HipNJ spent a lovely afternoon at the . An annual favorite, the event is a truly unique experience hosting over 500 prominent and high profile women business leaders and philanthropists from the NJ metro area onstage for lunch on-stage at NJPAC Women’s Association Annual Luncheon Prudential Hall.
This year’s keynote address was given by
Mikki Taylor, editor, speaker, author and proud “Brick City girl!” She shared messages of empowerment and strength from her new book, with host Editor in Chic: How to Style and Be Your Most Empowered Self Michelle Miller of CBS News.
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The day began with a networking reception and festive silent auction.
One of the event’s unique features were on-site professional headshots!
We enjoyed a healthy and delicious lunch before the program.
#HipNJ sat center stage for the afternoon’s keynote presentation with Mikki Taylor, editor, speaker, author and proud “Brick City girl!”
Just some of #HipNJ’s favorite women!
Alison Scott-Williams, vice president of Arts Education at , sat with NJPAC on “ Steve Adubato ” to discuss the importance of arts education for children in One-on-One Newark.
“The arts are a way for one to express themselves and their thoughts,” Scott-Williams says. “We want to amplify students’ authentic voices.”
She goes on to state that students often do not have enough ways to express themselves. “We want every child to have the opportunity to be inspired,” she says.
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