Register here Modern dating and finding love in New York City can feel overwhelming, especially for us, professional women!! So many of us have careers we are
Modern dating and finding love in New York City can feel overwhelming, especially for us, professional women!! So many of us have careers we are passionate about, but which can also be incredibly demanding on our time. It is also so easy to become disheartened, especially in the era of swipe culture, and give up, or take long breaks. Often, this is done by retreating into our professional lives.
So this month we are hosting Danielle Gelfand, dating coach and online dating expert & founder of www.mydatingcoach.nyc. She is going to share 10 easy strategies for making love a priority in a way that is “live-able” and sustainable in everyday life, even with the most difficult of schedules. Topics covered include ways of meeting people in real life, the secrets of successful online dating, and communicating online and off.
This talk is for all singles, regardless of where they are on their dating journey: feeling “stuck” in the world of online dating and apps, re-entering the dating world after many years, or are ready to date but not sure where to begin.
Danielle Gelfand is an NYC based dating coach, online dating expert, and founder of www.mydatingcoach.nyc. Danielle knows firsthand how challenging dating can be from her own single years searching for love in New York City while navigating her career as a television network executive producer. After meeting her husband in her 40’s, Danielle launched
My Dating Coach to help other singles who shared her dating struggles by providing clients with a personalized road map to finding love, as well as empathetic, expert coaching along the way. Danielle has coached many singles to successfully find the love of their life.
Danielle is also a television executive producer and writer who develops hit programming around the subject of dating and relationships, including the VH1 series “Why Am I Still Single?” In addition to VH1, her television work has also been featured on MTV, Lifetime, Discovery, and NBC, and her personal essays have been published in The New York Times and Salon.com. Danielle graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in Communication Arts and English. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.
Special thanks to our venue sponsor:
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm