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#PerSister 2019: Celebrating National Women’s History Month

8 March 2019

“Women belong in all places where decisions are being made… It shouldn’t be that women are the exception.” – Ruth Bader Ginsburg

For more than 100 years, March 8th has marked International Women’s Day – a day to spread the word and promote gender equality, women’s rights, and the safety of women worldwide.  We celebrate National Women’s History Month in 2019 to continue that conversation and to make waves in the industry.

Here at Bullfrog + Baum, we are inspired by women every day. In 2018 we created the #PerSister campaign, celebrating all women in and around the ever-changing world of hospitality. Throughout the month of March (National Women’s History Month 2019), as part of the second annual #PerSister campaign, we will share words of wisdom from inspirational women as we highlight their 10(ish) words to live by – or what we are calling – their “recipe for success”.

Kicking off the program are the likes of Ivy Naté, Artist; Jenny Pura, Director of Marketing, Meyers USA; Megan Jorgensen, Director of Sustainability, Snooze an A.M. Eatery; Diana Salameh, Director of Marketing & Communications, Serino Coyne; Anncherie Saludo, Beverage Director, L’Artusi; and Heather Morgan, Director of Operations, Epicurean Group.

Women’s History Month 2019

The campaign evolves this year to not only include social media content but also an exclusive preview of the boundary-breaking play What The Constitution Means To Me written by and starring Heidi Schreck, and the launch of a new workout + networking series: #PRSWEATSHOP, the first of which will take place in collaboration with Random House, as they prepare to release Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle.

Settle in for our month-long tribute to women, and be sure to follow @bullfrogandbaum and #PerSISTER on Instagram for inspiration. Also, make sure to check out our blog regularly for more stories like this and others in the hospitality industry.

“They’ll tell you you’re too loud, that you need to wait your turn and ask the right people for permission. Do it anyway.” – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez