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Catalyst Conversations



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We are looking for brand partners and fiscal sponsorship to support the Section II Catalyst Conversations series. The Catalyst Conversations take place around the country at LGBT History Museums and Community Centers and on College Campuses. We pair leading Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LBTQ) women (Think: Lily Tomlin with Julie Goldman; Hannah Hart with Christine Vachon; etc) together to talk about the poignant and often funny stories that made them who they are today. Similar to Iconoclasts, this deep-dive into the themes that bring these artists, technologists, entertainers, and business women together are as endearing as their personalities. The events will be warm and entertaining, and the content will be filmed for release online across the Section II network of streaming and VOD channels. The series offers in-person and experiential marketing opportunities to engage with this highly educated, high-earning slice of the female population. The online awareness at the Section II marketplace gives opportunities for brand awareness in conjunction with the content and click-through icons across the different outlets for the series (Yahoo, YouTube, OWN) as it's aggregated to mainstream sites.

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