IWL Events

Other Community Events

Upcoming Community Events

IWL serves as an overarching resource and connector with other like-minded organizations and leaders who support the advancement of women. Please check out these upcoming development and connecting opportunities. 


November 20, 2019

Linking Indy Women

Gwendolyn Rogers of Cake Bake

7:30am - 9:00am

The Hatch

6161 Hillside Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46220


Gwendolyn Rogers has created a storybook restaurant in a cottage that took two and a half years for her to design & remodel. When you walk through the French doors, the sparkling chandeliers, antiqued mirrors, French inspired furniture, beautiful seasonal decorations and the rich aroma of the French chocolate cakes baking in the oven immediately greets you. Enjoy French pressed coffee with a slice of homemade cake or pie. Enjoy a cup of warm sipping chocolate topped with fresh whipped cream and a warm cookie right out of the oven. 


Gwendolyn and her shop have received many awards & recognition. Before opening her shop, she won 'Best Cake' at London's Cake & Bake Show at the Earls Court Convention Center for her chocolate cake, she was awarded 2nd place in Valrhona's 'Show us Your Chocolate' by judges Florian Bellanger & Jaques Torres, and Martha Stewarts American Made showcased her Cherry Pie.


Cost: Free 

November 20, 2019

Diversity Roundtable of Central Indiana

Panel: Working With People With Disabilities

8:00am - 2:00 pm

United Way of Central Indiana
2955 North Meridian Street #300
Indianapolis, IN 46208


According to a 2019 Census Brief, approximately "1 in 5 Americans have some kind of disability, and 1 in 10 have a severe disability." These disabilities manifest differently as people experience and navigate the world around us in a variety of different ways. Hear from professionals with the Bureau of Rehabilitative Services who work with people with disabilities to connect them to work opportunities.

The goal of this discussion is to understand:

  • the challenges the panelists and their clients have faced finding meaningful work in the past

  • some examples of different ways that discrimination has surfaced

  • their capabilities to do work that others may have assumed they wouldn't be able to do

  • helpful accommodations that employers have made

Cost: Free

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November 12, 2019

Louisville SHRM

November Chapter Meeting: Maryanne Honeycutt Elliott - Developing your EQ: A Lifelong Journey

8:30am - 10:30am

The Olmsted

3701 Frankfort Ave

Louisville, KY 40207


In this 1-hour workshop you learn about emotional intelligence - what it is and why it's essential for today's fast-paced and complex organizations. This condensed program provides a preview to understanding the knowledge and skills necessary to practice EQ. The 4 building blocks of EQ provides the foundation necessary to practice the skills and highlights the reasons why self-awareness is essential to personal growth. The program highlights approaches to interpreting and understanding your emotional states.

November 21, 2019

NAWBO Kentucky

Holiday Party and Bazaar

5:00pm - 8:00pm

5901 Dutchmans Ln
Louisville, KY 40205


Please join us to "unWINEd", catch up with old friends, build new relationships and connections, finish up (or start) your holiday shopping from Kentucky and Southern Indiana women owned businesses. 


Cost: $15 members, $20 for non-members

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Men are invited too!

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