Rah Ali hosted the 4th Annual “It Chicks” dinner at the world famous BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood, CA. 30 beautiful, powerful, connected women sat together in a private dining room filled with an undeniable heir of empowerment, style, and class.
In this day in age, where women’s rights have been pushed to the side and many women have been violated and taken advantage of, “It Chicks,” was designed to bring women together to build strong support systems and to show them that they are not alone. Actress and Mother, Brooke Bailey shared a very personal story of her son who suffers from a severe disorder which opened up the platform for all of the women in attendance to share a vulnerable story of their own. By the time the night was over, hugs, kisses, tears, information exchange and laughter filled the room.
To be an “It Chick” means to be a woman who caters to her family, business, and preservation of life on a level of excellence. Surviving her own experiences, Rah Ali wanted to show other women that it was ok to be vulnerable amongst each other and show them that strong support systems do exist and that you should never have to hide your accomplishments or struggles but embrace them!
“The purpose of the dinner is to bring women from all different professional backgrounds in one room together to foster new relationships, give the opportunity to network and indulge in something we all already love to do as females which is dress up have great conversation and cocktails.”
“It Chicks” dinner truly inspired women to celebrate each other and themselves. “Mission accomplished,” says Rah Ali. “I would like for each guest to leave feeling encouraged, accomplished, celebrated and most important…appreciated.”
The “It Chicks” Dinner was sponsored by SpokeHub – An app designed for meaningful conversation and Produced by Echoing Soundz.
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