March 5


17:00 - 18:00

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Impact Hub North America

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Impact Hub Baltimore

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Impact Hub Baltimore

10 East North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202

Baltimore, MD, US, 21202

Let’s celebrate Intl. Women’s Day with a fun-filled social hour, honoring women and gender expansive people’s achievements!

International Women’s Day Social Hour

Celebrate International Women’s Day at the Impact Hub Baltimore! Join us for a fun-filled social hour dedicated to empowering and honoring women and gender expansive people from all walks of life.

This in-person event is the perfect opportunity to connect, network, and share stories with like-minded individuals who are passionate about gender equality and women’s rights.

All genders are welcome to come and be inspired by the incredible achievements of women worldwide while enjoying great company. Let’s celebrate the remarkable women and gender non-conforming people who have shaped history and continue to make a difference today!

Psst… You’re also welcome to stay after the social hour for a free Skillshare that will teach changemakers how to avoid costly penalties from this new law effecting businesses and nonprofits!

Time: Immediately after the social hour, 6:00-7:00 PM

Skillshare Title: The New CTA: Corporate Transparency Act of 2024

Description: CTA no longer refers to just “Call to Action” in business, now it has a another meaning… the Corporate Transparency Act. Starting January 1, 2024, this new federal reporting law will require businesses to submit reports to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

Register here for this learning event to prepare what you need to comply with this new federal reporting law. Attendees will leave with the skills they need to avoid costly monetary and criminal penalties.

Presenter Bio:

Chayla C. Jackson, Esq. is a business attorney, business strategist, and legal coach. She is also the founder of Legacy Legal & Consulting Firm, a virtual law firm for CEOs on the go. With her Georgetown Law teaching background, Chayla empowers business owners and her clients to understand the law without getting lost in the legalese. She has been featured in the Baltimore Business Journal and Voyage Baltimore Magazine for her work of building solutions for business owners to get access to the legal education, services, and contracts they need to DIY legal safely and legally protect their business. Chayla is a Maryland native and graduate of University of Maryland, College Park and Georgetown Law.