Our HBK members of the Women's Energy Network Chicago Chapter were so excited to attend the Own Your Own Swag event with gues speaker Mimi Brown. Mimi showsed us how to “Own Your S.W.A.G” with a fun,interactive, high-energy session that pulls back the curtain on how to create an image that speaks to the level of professionalism you need to power up your presence.
Our volunteers were excited to be back with NFTE and their Emerging Entrepreneurs Program Coaching. This time was phase 2 where we worked with students to take their business ideation, evolve it into their idea and introduce a marketing plan.
HBK was pleased to join Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry again for its annual Black Creativity Gala. This spectacular evening is a celebration of the rich contributions of Black creators, innovators, artists, and geniuses. We toasted to future generations of Black leadership in STEAM fields. We explored the Black Creativity Juried Art Exhibition. We enjoyed unforgettable culinary delights. And we danced the night away.
On Feb. 23, 2023, HBK was proud to join business and culture leaders, local and national celebrities, and those who have been part of Girls in the Game's History in celebrating 28 years of success and powerful girls and women everywhere. Girls in the Game has given young women in Chicago and beyond the tools and confidence they need to achieve any goal they set for themselves. They work to create the next generation of leaders: Generation Unstoppable.
In celebration of the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry's Black Creativity, kids and families had the opportunity to talk with African American artists, scientists and engineers about innovative work happening right here in our city. HBK was proud to be among other STEM professionals stationed throughout the Main Level of the Museum.
The Domestic Violence Intervention Program (DVIP)’s 26th Annual Souper Bowl Fundraiser was held this month at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Conference Center. Our HBK team was excited to be back in person to help support this event and DVIP so that they may continue to support victim-survivors and provide safety solutions.