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February 21, 2019 - MoFo Women, MoFo Life

MoForever Women’s Network Hosts “Tasteful” Event

MoForever Women’s Network Hosts “Tasteful” Event

The firm’s MoForever Women’s Network hosted its latest event on February 13 at New York’s City Winery, a unique, fully operational winery in the heart of SoHo. This was a wonderful opportunity for current and past generations of MoFo women to reconnect, network, and unwind.

Attendees enjoyed a wine tasting, Mediterranean-inspired tapas, locally crafted artisanal charcuterie, and a cellar tour led by the winery’s sommelier, making it a truly memorable experience.

MoForever Women’s Network was established in 2017 by the firm’s Women’s Strategy Committee Alumni Task Force to build local communities of women and grow networking, professional development, and social opportunities. Events planned by the committee also focus on advancing leadership skills and cultivating an executive mindset.

In its inaugural year, the committee hosted a “Grit and Growth” professional development workshop in New York led by psychologist and executive coach Ellen Ostrow. The first MoForever Women’s Network West Coast event took place last year in Palo Alto and reunited MoFo Women and alumnae from over 25 companies, law firms, universities, and government agencies.

More information about our women’s initiatives and events can be found here.

To find out more about MoForever Alumni, including our networking platform MoFo Link, visit our alumni center here

MoFo alumna Michiko Crampe, partner Joan Warrington, and senior counsel Holly Hyans

A view from the City Winery Cellar Room

MoFo’s Natalie Fleming Nolen and Tiffani Figueroa (center) chat with MoFo alumnae Renee Randazzo and Kiersten Fletcher

Pictured from L to R: MoFo’s Katherine Richardson, Janet Herman, Miranda Bullard, and Savannah Holzwarth

MoFo partner and WSC co-chair Carrie Cohen reconnects with MoFo alumnae Andrea Kozak-Oxnard and Francesca Cocuzza

MoFo of counsel Erica Richards and partner Natalie Fleming Nolen catch up with alumna Marisa Gondrez