November morning meeting:

Lucy Burningham on How to ask for what you’re worth.

As women, we often underestimate our value to employers and clients. Learn how to redefine how you think about your own skills and value, so you can negotiate the money you deserve with total confidence.​

Lucy is a writer and editor who helps organizations and companies connect with their customers through storytelling. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bicycling, Saveur, Sunset, Men’s Journal, Imbibe, and the BBC. She’s a Certified Cicerone and the author of My Beer Year: Adventures with Hop Farmers, Craft Brewers, Chefs, Beer Sommeliers, and Fanatical Drinkers as a Beer Master in Training. With our own Ellee Thalheimer she co-authored Hop in the Saddle: A Guide to Portland’s Beer Scene by Bike. She’s the editorial director at Cozy, a tech company that’s simplifying renting for everyone.

  • Wednesday, November 1st, 8am-9am
  • Nutcase Headquarters, Ford Building, 2505 SE 11th Avenue, 2nd floor
  • Coffee will be served


Odd-numbered months:
We meet at Nutcase Headquarters in the Ford Building at 2505 SE 11th Ave, Portland, on the second floor. The building is equipped with an elevator and an accessible bathroom. Wheelchair users, the main entrance on 11th Avenue is your best choice. Bicycles please lock up out front.

Even-numbered months:
We meet at the Bike Farm, located at 1810 NE First Ave, just north of Broadway. The space is on the ground floor and is accessible to wheelchair users. Bicycles are welcome inside.