Introducing the Nashua Lady Project Chapter

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Nashua, NH - The Lady Project, based out of Providence, RI, is launching their next chapter, NSH Lady Project in Nashua.  The chapter’s first event, the NSH Lady Project Kick-Off Party, is Friday, September 26, at Margaritas Restaurant (1 Nashua Drive, Nashua, NH), beginning at 6:30 pm.


The event will feature the HVN 3x3 where three women, from different backgrounds and

industries, will speak for three minutes. The inaugural event speakers are:

·         Sierra Barter - Co-founder of The Lady Project organization and recipient of the 2014 Women of Achievement Award from the YWCA Rhode Island. 

·         Monica Singh - Nashua native and accomplished corporate attorney with a deep passion in helping other women realize their potential for professional success.  Singh was distinguished by Massachusetts Weekly in 2013 as an “Excellence in the Law” honoree. 

·         Charlene Tabat - of Nashua, the President of the evening’s beneficiary, Cure with Hope, will also be discussing her professional journey.


The NSH Lady Project Kick-Off Party is the first in a series of events designed to connect, inspire and showcase awesome women doing amazing things in the Greater Nashua Area.  NSH Lady Project is a volunteer run organization. NSH Lady Project City Managers, Nika Legatova and Lindsey Frechette are both from Nashua with undergrad degrees from UNH and the University of Maryland, respectively.


Tickets can be purchase at the door or online at  Tickets are $12 and include a Margarita and appetizers; attendees are also encouraged to add a $5 donation to Cure with Hope to their ticket purchase. Cure with Hope is a non-profit built on the foundation of brightening the hospital stays of children in New Hampshire.  In pursuit of this mission, Cure With Hope has committed $100,000 dollars over three years to the Pediatric Inpatient Refresh Project at CHaD. 


The Lady Project was co-founded in 2011 by Sierra Barter, one of Providence Monthly’s “10 To Watch in 2014”and Julie Sygiel of Dear Kate. The Lady Project is a collective of women who come together to connect, inspire and showcase women doing awesome things, through events, membership and community engagement. The first chapter, PVD Lady Project, launched in early 2012 and has over 250 members in the RI area. The second chapter, HVN Lady Project launched in New Haven in October 2013; and BOS Lady Project kicked-off in Boston in January 2014. Lady Project events and memberships are open to females or female-identifying.   Access 2014 memberships here,  and membership demographics in the PVD Lady Project Media Kit.