Join us for the second installment of our new series, Wellness Reimagined, sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Join us for the BIMA's thought leadership panel around AI in the advertising industry and gain insights from Noor Naseer.
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Corean Reynold was recently appointed the Director of Nightlife Economy for the City of Boston, where she brings a wealth of experience and a passion for fostering an equitable and thriving nightlife ecosystem.
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Roundhead Brewing Company
Designed for mid-level managers and supervisors, this new certificate program addresses workplace well-being through unique, innovative, and actionable methods.
Join our Transformational DEI Certificate! Our comprehensive learning & development offerings are designed to connect and grow strong leaders who lead both inside and out of the office.
Our Women’s Leadership Program enables you to take your leadership to the next level by arming you with the most in-demand leadership toolkit.
Our Boston’s Future Leaders (BFL) program provides emerging leaders with a socially conscious and civically engaged leadership toolkit, as well as the opportunity to apply their knowledge through experiential assignments.
Our Economic Inclusion Committee provides strategic support around research, policies, and programs that are focused on building equal opportunity.
We are developing an ecosystem of corporations and partners with the influence and buying power to transform economic inclusion for minority business enterprises (MBEs).
The Fierce Urgency of Now Festival brings Boston’s diverse young professionals together with business leaders, organizations and their peers to build connection, advance careers and ignite positive change.
City Awake empowers young professionals in a variety of ways that encourages these rising leaders to stay invested in the region’s future success.
BIMA (the Boston Interactive Media Association) serves a vibrant community of like-minded professionals from agencies, brands, publishers, and ad-tech companies with business interests in the New England market.
For more than 25 years, the Chamber’s Women’s Network has connected female professionals of all background and career levels. Today, our Women’s Network is the largest in New England, strengthening the professional networks of women each year.
The Massachusetts Apprentice Network convenes employers, training providers, and talent sources interested in developing and implementing apprenticeship programs in occupations across industries and statewide in fields such as tech, advanced manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, and more.
We support small business through public policy initiatives, events designed to connect small businesses in Greater Boston to their peers and established business leaders, professional development offerings, and free small business advising.
Explore our mission and values to better understand how we are leading the business community forward.
Our member directory is your resource to discover, connect, and engage with Boston’s businesses from every industry and sector.
You must be registered to vote by October 24th in order to vote in the November 3rd election this year. If you don’t know if you already are registered to vote, you can find out online.
There are several ways to register to vote in Massachusetts. The easiest way, if you have a Massachusetts driver’s license or state ID card, is to do it online at the Secretary of the Commonwealths’ website. If you would prefer to register by mail, you must print and fill out a voter registration form and then send it to your local election official. Finally, you can also register in-person at your town or city clerk’s office.
Figuring out WHEN to vote isn’t as simple as it used to be! The answer depends on HOW you decide to vote.
If you’re voting in person ON ELECTION DAY: get in line with your mask on Tuesday, November 3rd between 7 am and 8 pm.
If you’re voting in person EARLY: in MA the early voting period begins Saturday, October 17 and runs through Friday, October 30 but dates and hours will vary depending on where you live.
If you’re voting by mail: first make sure your local election office receives the request for your ballot before Wednesday, October 28 at 5 pm (although the Secretary of the Commonwealth says getting your mail in voting application in before October 20 would be even better) but really do it as soon as possible. Your ballot must be postmarked no later than November 3rd and must arrive at your local election office no later than November 6th. If you’re worried about the deadline, you can hand deliver your ballot to your local election office before voting day or to your polling place on November 3rd
This year many states, including Massachusetts, are allowing all voters to vote by mail. Many towns, including Boston, also have special boxes set up at city hall where you can drop of your ballot before election day. While voting by mail is you safest option, polling locations will be open on election day. If you plan on voting in person you can find your polling location at vote.org.
Our votes shape our city, state, and country. The act of voting can remind us about the power of hope during this difficult year. Hope can help to inspire us and guide us. With our votes, we can all ensure the best way to move forward.
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