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A peek into my weekly schedule in New York City during lockdown.

Here's what I tune into. Scroll down to check it out!



With The Glimpse Collective


With Rob Estreitinho

With Lauren Martin

The Glimpse Collective is a global network of creative minds who want to use their skills for good.

I've dedicated these weeks to exercise my strategy skillset for good people and good businesses with some amazing and motivated people. I've worked on two projects: Little Village and #whatmatters.

Explore the projects here:

Salmon Theory by Rob Estreitinho is a philosophy newsletter for smart and hopeful minds. I'm stoked that the newsletters have shifted from weekly to 'daily notes of hope'. It pulls out thoughts and injects them into our present, each talking about emotional advantage, going slow, happiness vs meaning, romanticism and finding greatness in the ordinary and so much more. I am usually left with thought provoking questions and the right frame of mind to start my day. My personal fav is the one about Margaret Heffernan and rebuilding recognition.

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Words of Women by Lauren Martin is a newsletter that's a source of inspiration for over 300,000 women. From historical lessons, anecdotes, advice and spiritual teachings, the content is not just images and quotes, but a school of thought.

Get access here:


With Mark Pollard

With She Runs It

With University of Oxford Saïd Business School

Mark Pollard has truly mastered the art of strategy. Mark's word of the year is to 'contribute' and he certainly has achieved this with the launch of 100 Days of Strategy, the daily mental workouts and conversations, which have kept me engaged and learning.

Check it out here:

She Runs It (Advertising Women of New York) host Water Cooler Convos every Tuesday at 3pm EST, a casual online gathering focusing on topics and questions in the moment.

Look at the schedule here:

Leadership in Extraordinary Times Live Series released by The University of Oxford Saïd Business School every Tuesday and Thursday at 9am EST, is a global community of academics, business leaders and thinkers debating the challenges reshaping business and society during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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With Tina Yip and

Darien LaBeach

With Natalie Kim

'STRTGST Slide In' is a group of strategists in New York with the belief that all a community needs are people who are willing to gather. So every Wednesday at 12pm EST we discuss relevant topics moderated by Tina Yip, Director of Marketing & Culture at Berlin Cameron and Darien LaBeach, Director of Diversity, Equity & inclusion Strategy at Huge.

Slide in here:

My Wednesday afternoons are spent speaking to up-and-comers into the advertising world. 'We Are Next: Coffee At A Distance' is a resource for students and young talent to find people in the industry who are willing to talk, guide and advise them virtually.

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With She Runs It


With Anthony Kennada


With Sam Shaw

She Runs It (Advertising Women of New York) airs live 'Lessons from Leaders' every Thursday at 10.30am EST that so far have featured Jennifer DaSilva, The President of Berlin Cameron, Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer at VaynerMedia and Arianna Orpello Lewko, SVP at TD Bank.

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'#CMOOfficeHours: Navigating uncertain times, together,' happens every Thursday at 11am EST led by Anthony Kennada, CMO at Front. It allows us to connect with industry leaders (such as Dave Gerhardt, CMO at for an unstructured and unfiltered Q&A. Over 1000 marketers have joined this community to compare notes on leading through economic volatility.

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Canvas8 is doing deep dive webinars into the pandemic culture led by the Sam Shaw, Strategy Director at Canvas8 every Thursday at 12pm EST. It activates a network of experts and looks at historical models and human sciences. To figure out what it all means for everyone right now and how we will psychologically and culturally, transition and respond through the five stages of this pandemic.

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With Founders Fridays


With Kim Mackenzie


With Simon Sinek

A smart way to kick off Friday mornings at 8.30am EST with Founders Fridays, a community striving to make NYC tech more inclusive, through tactical and candid fireside chats with founders we think are awesome. Recently learning post-acquisition lessons with Adi Eckhouse Barzilai, CEO of the facial recognition tech company RealFace, which was acquired by Apple.

Get on the secret invite list here:

'Ladies Who Strategize' founded by Kim Mackenzie, Head of Strategy at Ogilvy are hosting virtual lunch breaks every Friday afternoons 1-2pm EST. The Slack group is made up of women whose core specialities lies in strategy, providing us with new friends, resources, tools and networks.

Apply and join here:

Start with Why: How great leaders inspire everyone to take action. Book Club with Simon Sinek every Friday at 3pm EST. Nearly 6,000 people were at the live session on April 3rd. 

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With LunchClub


With Yale University

The Lunchclub is an AI superconnector that makes introductions for 1:1 lunch and coffee meetings at a time that works best for you. I have made valuable connections on here!

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Yale University is offering one of its most popular courses online, The Science of Well Being. 

Enroll here:



With MasterClass


With Ted Connects


With Facebook and TRIBE

MasterClass offers online classes to learn from the best experts in the world. Malcolm Gladwell is first on my list!

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Ted Connects: Community and Hope is a live, daily conversation series featuring experts whose ideas can help us reflect and work through this uncertain time with a sense of responsibility, compassion and wisdom. My top picks are Susan David, Bill Gates and Priya Parker.

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Facebook and TRIBE’s Jules Lund, stream into the homes of the world’s most innovative marketers to uncover how they’re leading their teams to use this disruption as an opportunity to thrive. My favs so far are Mark Ritson, Adam Ferrier and Rosie and Faris Yakob.

Pop in here:

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