Femigrants of Silicon Valley, Forum of Female Immigrant Leaders.  Get your ticket here:

A Femigrant is a female immigrant. The term was coined by Ika Aliyeva, the founder of the Femigrants Foundation – The Network of Female Immigrant Leaders, who aims to promote women empowerment.

I meet a lot of women with great ideas, and every so often there’s one who stands out. Ika is one of these women. She is from Azerbaijan, she’s a mother, she continues to educate herself, is fiercely supportive, inclusive, and she’s making a splash.

Women Empowerment: You can be a part of it

Femigrants Foundation will soon celebrate its first anniversary of promoting the achievements of diverse immigrant women leaders!

On Thursday, March 22nd, we will bring together a talented and diverse group of female immigrant entrepreneurs and women professionals who are working in some of the top tech companies in Silicon Valley.

Let’s meet in person

I am proud to be the keynote speaker for this event and would love to meet you there in person! Here’s the link to register for the event:

It’s March 22nd in San Francisco from 5.30 – 8.30 P.M.

You should come…

…If you want to:

  • Get tips on finding investors for your local business
  • Take advice from professionals in top tech companies
  • Expand your professional network of diverse women
  • Learn and share challenges and achievements
  • Discuss diversity, inclusion, community partnerships, women empowerment, and more
  • Enjoy a fun evening with professionals and experts while snacking on free food and drinks

Please join us for an inspiring evening of networking and discussions!



At her lowest point, Beate Chelette was $135,000 in debt, a single mother, and forced to leave her home. Only 18 months later, she sold her image licensing business to Bill Gates in a multimillion dollar deal. Chelette is a nationally known ‘gender decoder’ who has appeared in over 60 radio shows, respected speaker, career coach, consummate creative entrepreneur, and author of Happy Woman Happy World. Beate is also the founder of The Women’s Code, a unique guide to women leadership and personal and career success that offers a new code of conduct for today’s business, private, and digital worlds. Determined to build a community of women supporting each other, she took her life-changing formula documented it all in a book Brian Tracy calls “an amazing handbook for every woman who wants health, happiness, love and success!”

Through her corporate initiative “Why Acting Like a Girl Is Good For Business” she helps companies with gender diversification training, and to develop and retain women.

If you’d like to book Beate as a speaker on New Leadership Balance or Creative Entrepreneurship for your next event please connect with me.

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