Work to live or live to work--whichever camp you're in, we all play a mean game of schedule and priority Tetris in our daily lives. For our next meet up, I'd like to introduce Leslie Fine and Vicki Luisi to share their thoughts on how to achieve balance, best determine your own internal prioritization system, and how they've conquered this to date. Schedule: 7-7:30 Wine & Chocolate & Cheese (Mmmm, cheese!)7:30-8 Panel Discussion8-8:30 Break Out Discussions8:30-9 More Wine & More Chocolate & More Cheese We hope to see you there! Please RSVP and invite a friend who you think would be a great addition to the group. Please note, this time we're at the WeWork office at 156 2nd Street. Big thank you to WeWork for offering their space!! Speakers:Leslie Fine: Leslie is a recovering academic turned product-driven entrepreneur. She is currently the head of product for Spigit, the leader in enterprise innovation management, which she joined after the acquisition of her company, Crowdcast. In a former life, Leslie was a game theorist and behavioral economist, with a PhD from Caltech and a decade at HP Labs. Fumbling her way through work-life balance, she has two amazing kids (Gabriel, 9 and Charlotte, 5 3/4), who attend her other, more successful startup: The AltaVista School, is a new project-based, technology-focussed K-8 in SF. We are focussed on raising Makers. Vicki Luisi: Vicki is a strategic advisor to executives of companies at all stages of growth. She has deep experience guiding startups through every development phase, from formation to managing a successful exit. She has a passion not only for driving tactical improvements, but also for coaching executives on honing leadership skills and overcoming organizational challenges. Vicki’s expertise comes from over twenty years of experience managing sales and marketing, scaling organizational structure, building teams & setting culture for startups and Fortune 500 companies. Currently, she works with Wanderable among other startups in the media, social media and online consumer industries.