Ladies, Wine & Design

Ladies, Wine &
Design
San Francisco

A conversation series for creative professionals in San Francisco

Ladies, Wine & Design SF supports the advancement of women in design professions by building community, sharing knowledge, and opening opportunities. Our salon nights bring together a diverse group of industry professionals to explore creative, technical, and career development topics.

To stay up to date with LWD SF event invitations and group news, please fill out this membership form. We will add your information to our membership roster and contact you with updates. You can also find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

We're always interested in hearing from event partners. Please email us if you'd like to host an event, teach a workshop, or lead a discussion.

December 10, 7 - 8 p.m. LWD SF Book Club, First Meeting

The first LWD SF book club meeting will be at Bar Coffee Cultures, 108 9th Street, San Francisco. We will be starting off reading Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, and BCC will be making drink specials available to our group.

We will be reading through Chapter 3 for our first meeting. Please come with a question you'd like to discuss with the group.

December 12, 6 - 8:30 p.m. Cheers! An LWD SF Holiday Party

This holiday season, Ladies, Wine & Design SF invites you to join us at Designsake Studio to connect with friends and colleagues and live your best design life with crafting, cookie decorating, hot chocolate by Coffee Cultures, the LWD SF photo booth, and more!

Jessica Walsh started Ladies, Wine & Design in New York after doing a lot of thinking and reading on why so few women hold leadership roles in creative industries. She believes we can change this trend through mentorship and championing others' work. We couldn't agree more, and we also thought it would be fun to meet other lady designers - voila! Ladies, Wine & Design San Francisco was born.

Read Jessica's original musings, and check out other cities' Ladies, Wine & Design groups below:

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Numbers show that women make up a very small percentage leaders in the creative industry. Despite this - and sometimes because of it - so many of our greatest inspirations are other talented ladies in the field. Here are just a few of the women we admire around the Bay Area. If you have a story to share about a fabulous female creative and want to nominate her for this list, please email us.