AFLSE NYC - Special talk about gender in the workplace before July's First Monday

Dear [first_name],


We hope you will join us tomorrow (Monday) night on the second floor of the Churchill Tavern (28th St and Park Ave) for a special talk by Associate Professor Dr. Grace Lordan, Mind the Gender Behavior Gap, (6pm registration, 6:30pm talk) followed by our regular First Mondays. The talk is free for AFLSE members and their guests, $10 for non-members. Please register through the link below.


Also, please save the date of Thursday August 10 for Destination LSE, our annual 'bon voyage' party for incoming students heading to London in the fall.


Lastly, we are pleased to extend invitations to upcoming events organized by Cambridge alumni and the St. George's Society of New York:


Cambridge Summer Garden Party
Thursday July 27th 6.30pm onwards
The Crows Nest (waterfront bar at 30th / FDR)

Cambridge Entrepreneur Alumni networking happy Hour
Thursday August 3rd 6.30pm onwards
The Churchill


Wed July 12, 6pm – 8.30pm

St. George's - The British Societies’ Garden Party
Union Theological Seminary
An annual evening of Pimms and good company in a unique setting

Thurs July 20, 6pm
St. George’s Society Summer Cocktails
The Mad Hatter Beer Garden, 360 Third Ave @ 27th St
Free for St G members, $20 for non-members

Tues July 25, 6pm
St George's - UK Alumni Outdoor Drinks
The Dog & Bone, 162 E25th St betw Lex & Third
Summer drinks at a new British pub in Kips Bay.  No cover, no need to rsvp.


John, Connor, Chris and Michael-John
AFLSE NYC Chapter Leaders


AFLSE New York City: Special LSE Guest for our July Seven O'clock Club

6:00PM - 9:00PM Mon 10 Jul 2017

Mind the Gender Behaviour Gap! On July 10 we'll have Prof Grace Lordan with us to talk about gender in the workplace.


AFLSE New York City: Destination LSE Bon Voyage Evening for New LSE Students

6:00PM Thu 10 Aug 2017

Remember how excited you were as you prepared to embark for the LSE?
Share those memories and your advice with our new batch of New York area students headed for London.


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