Q: Do I have to live in Providence to be able to come to the Summit?


Q. Do I need to be a lady to come to the Summit?

A: Nope! Providence is a great city and the perfect place for a weekend stay. Go here for travel or hotel recommendations. PVD is easily accessible by train/bus from Boston, New Haven, NYC, and Philly.

A: Lady Project events are intended for those who identify as a female.

Q: What is your cancellation policy?

A: Tickets are non-refundable, but transfers are allowed until March 13.. Attendee is responsible for selling/transferring their workshop spot at least one week before the Summit.

Q: How do I become a member to get the special member rate for a Summit ticket?

A: You can join here. Once you join, we’ll send you the special member discount code.


Q: What does my ticket include?

A: Besides great speakers, super fun workshops, all-day meals, and a whole lot of networking, your Summit ticket is your entrance to tons of Friday night & Sunday events! More details coming soon. You’ll also get a fun tote bag designed by Featherweight Printing stuffed with sponsor goodies and special surprises throughout the day. 

Q: I am interested in speaking at/sponsoring the Summit for next year, who do I talk to?


Q. I am part of the press and would like to cover your event.


Q. How do I volunteer to help out at the Summit?


Q. Is the Summit handicap accessible? 

Q. Do you offer childcare?

Q. I'm a nursing mom- do you have a place for me to nurse?

Q. Is there a dress code?

A: Great! Please contact us.



A: Awesome! For press inquiries, please contact us.



A. We can always use an extra hand. Please contact us to learn more about volunteering.

A. Yes! The VETS is fully handicap accessible. Please email hello@ladyproject.org if you have any specific questions

A. No, we do not, but we are happy to refer you to PVD based childcare centers. 


A. Yes, mama! We have private, comfortable, safe places for new moms to nurse or pump. Please contact us so we can make sure we coordinate with you day of. 

A. Nope! Come as you are, lady. We do suggest wearing comfy shoes, something with pockets (for business cards/your phone) and bringing a sweater or light jacket in case the rooms are chilly.

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