Philanthropy

The Aggregate hosts inaugural ‘Stronger Together’ event

Posted 5/12/21

Last month, prominent women in law, business, real estate and fashion, came together for book talk, fashion show, and to raise awareness for Scottsdale's Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center during …

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Philanthropy

The Aggregate hosts inaugural ‘Stronger Together’ event

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Last month, prominent women in law, business, real estate and fashion, came together for book talk, fashion show, and to raise awareness for Scottsdale's Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center during the inaugural “Stronger Together” luncheon.

In total, 160 Phoenicians gathered for The Aggregate’s April 23, event at Mountain Shadows Resort in Paradise Valley.

The Aggregate, an organization with over 50 prominent female attorneys and businesswomen, hosted the event in collaboration with female-led luxury real estate brokerage, Local Board Real Estate, and Scottsdale boutique, Amy Atelier.

Channel 3 and The List TV’s Leslie Lehr of Leslie Lehr Living was the Master of Ceremonies for the sold-out event, according to a press release.

Guests enjoyed an exclusive spring fashion show from Ms. Atelier featuring FORD/Robert Black Agency fashion models and “Style Icons” from the Aggregate and Local Board. Additionally, an intimate book talk and signing by Karen Bradshaw, author of Wildlife as Property Owners: A New Conception of Animal Rights, shopping, networking, and gifts from local female businesses including Amy Atelier, Kypris Beauty, Lisa Moore Beauty (as featured in the KNOW Book 2020), The Burgess Law Group, Kindred, and The Giving Tree were featured.

A portion of the proceeds from the event benefited the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center, the press release stated.

The Aggregate’s mission is to connect, support and inspire women in law and beyond in modern and constructive ways.

Co-Founder of the Aggregate, Juliet Burgess explains, “The Aggregate celebrates making authentic, meaningful connections that inspire every woman in the community to reach her fullest potential — both personally and professionally, individually, and collectively. When we support each other — whether it is in law, business, or life — we can all accomplish more than we can alone.”

The Aggregate launched virtually during the height of the pandemic and found the need for women to connect and support each other is universal and transformative, the press release stated.

As a result, The Aggregate’s network is expanding to include community leaders, healthcare workers, businesswomen in all industries, parents, and beyond. For more information go to wearetheaggregate.com.

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