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Thursday, June 16 • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
Fuckup Nights: Binational Female Founder Edition

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Fuckup Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in 2012 to share publicly business failure stories. Hundreds of people attend each event to hear three to four entrepreneurs share their failures. Each speaker is given 7 minutes and is able to use 10 images. After each speaker, there’s a question/answer session, as well as time for networking.

In this Binational edition you will hear the story of Female Founders who will  share their failures, their learnings and you will have the chance to meet them.


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Diana Haro

Founder CEO, Movers & Shapers
Graduate of International Relations from the State University of Baja California (UABC) . She worked in the Office of Cultural Affairs and Academic Exchange at the Mexican Embassy in Rome, Italy as part of the professionalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Has extensive experience in production and cultural management. Fellow at StartingBloc Institute program that specializes in leadership, innovation and social entrepreneurship... Read More →

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Karla Escobar

Founder, Vive Barre
In December of 2013, our founder Karla Escobar took one class of something she had never seen or done before: under the name of Barré, the perfect fusion of Ballet + Yoga + Pilates, she discovered a new way of life.From the first moment, she was hooked by the system and realized it was something that needed to be shared with all women of the world, as the positive effects it causes, are deeply transforming the lives of all women that... Read More →
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Leslie Fishlock

CEO & Founder, Geek Girl
GeekGirlTV is the official Online Educational and Video Channel for @GeekGirlCamp. Learn how to Code, use Photoshop, Social Media and more from the Geek Girls!
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Edna Jael Lugo

Founder, Cut Hair Like Female
Edna is the Founder of Cut Hair Like Female, which is a Girl Power brand for hairdressers all over the world. 5% of all proceeds are donated to the Global Fund For Women and The Salvation Army Womens Auxiliary.
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Skyler McCurine

Owner, Le Red Balloon
Skyler is redefining the standard of beauty in America/The Look of Leadership as a personal stylist, public speaker, wonder woman and founder of Le Red Balloon.  Driven by the lackluster stereotypical portrayal of women in the media, she leads workshops for teenage girls and professional women around conscious media consumption, leadership, self­ acceptance, personal branding, and of course, style. Skyler’s... Read More →
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Natalie Susi

Founder, Speaker
Natalie Susi is a teacher by heart, a writer by trade, and an entrepreneur by choice. | | A former English and writing teacher, Natalie Susi founded Bare Organic Mixers after she was laid off in the CA budget cuts from her dream job at San Diego State University. Natalie decided to explore the world of entrepreneurialism when she recognized a large gap in the marketplace for low-calorie, all-natural cocktails. | | While teaching... Read More →
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Paty Villarreal

Public Relations, Think Blu
BA in Interior Design by ISCAM (Institute of Culture and Art of Monterrey, México) | Junior High School principal for 12 years at Colegio Reina Isabel in Tijuana, responsible for | project-based learning and meaningful teaching techniques, promoter of cross border | activities with Institutions of Higher Learning and Private High Schools in San Diego. | In July 2014 she joined the family business “Think Blu” full time, as... Read More →

Thursday June 16, 2016 6:00pm - 7:45pm
401 West A St. CR 300 401 W A Street, San Diego, CA 92101

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