Charleston mamas, meet your favorite new monthly night out: Champagne Society.
A classy, kid-free evening out, Champagne Society will pair play with practicality, and champagne, of course. Every month, we’ll be giving you a reason to toast some well-deserved bubbly with girlfriends (new and old), while connecting with some of the most successful and inspiring business owners in Charleston (always while shopping or self-caring in some way).
The night’s highlight will be an “Honest Conversation” in G’s signature real coaching style with the month’s featured guest or panel about what it REALLY takes to balance business and motherhood. Expect a peek inside the lifestyles of women who “have it all,” along with some of their success secrets, followed by an engaging Q&A. What’s shared in Champagne Society, stays in Champagne Society.
*PSA: This will NOT be your classic Mom’s Night Out. You’ve been warned. Dress to impress.
Because whilst raising tiny humans and being an overall bad-ass, it’s always a good idea to get dressed up, connect with inspiring women and drink champagne in a swoon-worthy venue. Always.
MEET YOUR SEPTEMBER PANEL OF MAMAPRENEURS:
KATIE SHIELDS, MYLKBAR
Katie spent the early part of her career in medical device sales for Fortune 500s before moving into the start-up world working for several companies based in Silcon Valley. With a passion for healthcare, she transitioned these career experiences into developing a concept that helps individuals accomplish self-care in a healthier and nontoxic way. Mylkbar is Charleston’s first nail care studio dedicated to providing a nontoxic, fume-free nail & beauty experience at a price point for all.
CHELSEA GOER, CHELSEA GOER ART
Chelsea is an artist, designer, and owner of Chelsea Goer Art. You might know her for her signature oysters which can be found in Charleston Artist Collective, One Kings Lane, and Serena and Lily. Chelsea resides in Mount Pleasant with her lovely husband, Kenzie, and their son Press. While not painting, you will find Chelsea surrounded by the very things she paints and exploring other artistic outlets.