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HBA New York presents

Setting Intentions for 2021 - T'is the Season for a Cozy Virtual Afternoon Tea


Date and time
Sunday, 06 December
02:00PM - 03:00PM EST
Location
Virtual

Event Contact
Jennifer Hahn
Competencies
9. Networks and ethically self-promotes

Join the HBA New York chapter’s last event of 2020. In our Sunday Afternoon Tea conversation, we’ll carry with us the lessons we’ve learned in resilience, gratitude and the importance of having your network community alongside you to go after what you want. We’ll look ahead knowing we are stronger together to set our intentions and mindset for 2021. We’ll also talk about the incoming New York Chapter Board of Directors who are ready to lead our HBA community together into the future. We hope you’ll grab your tea and join us for another fantastic afternoon of conversation and networking.

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA Members only
Online registration deadline: 12/5/2020


Registration information

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Registration: Regular Registration

 Member$0.00
 Member - Euro€0.00

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