Join us on Monday, October 22nd for our next Be Social Change Dinner: A Discussion on Meaningful Work facilitated by Mollie Khine and Taylor Buonocore Guthrie of Convers(ate).
The desire to contribute our talents and efforts in a meaningful way is something many of us have in common yet is not often discussed openly, especially around a table filled with people who could learn from one another. If you enjoy meeting new people, but do not particularly enjoy small talk then you’ll be in good company at this conversation-focused intimate dinner on meaningful work.
Come join us for good food, great company, and an opportunity to grow your network by diving into a fun and interesting conversation! Arrive as strangers, leave as friends.
What Attendees Are Saying:
“I loved the idea of a dinner because sharing food always seems to take some of the awkwardness out of networking. The facilitation was excellent and really opened us up to conversation while still giving us a format to follow. This made connecting with people much easier than I’d expected!” – Caroline Contillo
“It’s gratifying to find other introverts like me with similar experiences and I left feeling energized and focused. Every Be Social Change event I’ve attended, I’ve come away learning something new and being more comfortable and focused in myself & my abilities. I’ve also found a community that’s focused on the future of everyone, not just a select few.” – Amanda Baird
NOTE: If you’re late, you may not be able to join a group when we start. Please arrive before 7:00PM. Refunds will not be provided to those who are late and cannot participate.
Dinner will be provided by Dos Toros along with wine and refreshments. Gluten-Free and Vegan Options Available.
We strive to make Be Social Change events zero waste – help us by bringing a reusable water bottle to the event.
Mollie Khine and Taylor Buonocore Guthrie are the Co-creators of Convers(ate), a dinner table game to spark authentic + memorable conversations. On a mission to #bringbackconversation and spread meaningful connection in the world, they regularly host dinner events for the community to bring conversations to light on important and universally relatable topics.
Taylor is a strategic advisor with a specialty in leadership and talent development across the private, non-profit and public sectors. Mollie manages a coaching team focused on student success, and is a certified coach + facilitator herself.
In addition to ticketed events for the community, Convers(ate) offers benefit events for non-profit partners, and private facilitation for companies who recognize the value in a focused team-building discussion.
Dos Toros is a San Francisco style taqueria based in New York City. Founders Oliver and Leo Kremer started DT because they wanted to share this wonderful regional staple with the burrito starved East Coast. They pride themselves on their legit, inclusive, and playful culture. They combine killer reviews in the New York Times, Time Out, & New York Magazine with internally produced rap parody videos like ‘Guac It Out’. With a growing list of locations all across New York City, they are equally equipped to handle the avalanche of lunch guests in Manhattan’s financial and midtown districts, as well as hosting a trendy dinner date in Williamsburg or the West Village.
*Dinner caterer is subject to be change without notice, however, gluten-free and vegan options will always be available.*
The Centre for Social Innovation is a home for non-profits and social entrepreneurs in New York City. They’re building a movement of passionate people committed to a better world. Learn more at http://nyc.socialinnovation.org/.
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