New Lounge and Workspace for Women

New Lounge and Workspace for Women

Riverside

On Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 4:30 p.m., Riverside native, Ana Yeager Lee, will celebrate the grand opening of her new lounge and workspace for women in downtown Riverside.  For the first time Lee and her team will welcome the community to Women in Tandem (WIT), a place for women to focus, connect, and get things done. Lee’s mission is to give passionate women an inviting, retreat-like workspace where they can be productive, supported by like-minded women and empowered in their areas of influence. WIT is not only a stomping ground for professional and personal work, but also a place for some cheeky fun.  “WIT’s mantra,” Lee explained is, “putting a pretty bow on hard work.” Explaining, “[It] came from my admiration of the women in my community who are changing the world in their daily efforts. My contribution to that effort is curating a beautiful environment to nurture their handiwork.” Located at 3521 Main Street in Riverside, caddy-corner to the Convention Center, WIT’s space is the perfect blend of beauty and professionalism. Expertly curated to help women take a breath as they walk in the door, the space is fully stocked with flowers from Nature of Things, coffee from Arcade Coffee Roasters, blankets from Abeba collection office supplies, and even hair and makeup products from Aveda for members to freshen up as they transition from one meeting to the next.  During the grand opening celebration members of the community are invited to tour the space and enjoy a champagne wall setup for the occasion. In addition, those whose membership applications are approved before or during the event will receive 25 percent off their first year’s membership.  To learn more about Women in Tandem call (951) 900-8989 or Email: wit@womenintandem.com.

Ana Yeager Lee

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