Female Focus Networking Breakfast

Event details

Mark your calendars, sign up and join us at the first Female Focus networking breakfast in 2023, which is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, April 18, between 9:00 and 11:00 at Kaļķu Vārti restaurant, located at Jauniela 20 in Rīga.

We are delighted to be joined by two great speakers from very different backgrounds - Tone Skårdal Tobiasson, a highly acclaimed fashion journalist & author from Norway, whose passion is sustainability in fashion, and Inguna Lukašēviča, Latvian women's Ice-hockey development manager and Head Coach of the ICE Academy hockey school.

As the Riga Fashion week is about to start on April 18, where Tone Skårdal Tobiasson will be one of the speakers, and the IIHF World Ice-hockey Championship will be kicked-off in Riga and Helsinki in less than a month later, both speakers are very timely and open to share their stories and outlook on personal development, their values, and lessons learned throughout their exciting careers.


  • Tone Skårdal Tobiasson

    Journalist & Author

    Tone Skårdal Tobiassson went from managing editor of fashion magazines to become a founder of NICE (Nordic Initiative Clean & Ethical) Fashion, originally a platform for sustainability for the Nordic Fashion Association. Currently she is responsible for dissemination for several research projects in Norway, related to wool, localism, sustainable, slow and regenerative fashion. She has co-written a number of books on wool and Norwegian knitting, and co-edited Local, Slow and Sustainable Fashion: Wool as a Fabric for Change. She is a contributor to several international publications, and a Board member of Union of Concerned Researchers in Fashion.

  • Inguna Lukašēviča

    Ice-hockey Coach

    Inguna Lukašēviča is Latvian women's ice-hockey development manager and manager of the Latvian women's hockey team. Manager and head coach of ICE Academy hockey school and hockey club L&L. Inguna has been on the ice since she was 6 years old, 43 years now in total. 13 of them have been spent in figure skating, in which she became Latvian vice-champion. 30 years spent in hockey, at least 10 seasons in the Latvian national team as a player, and 20 years as an experienced coach. She has coached the Austrian U18 girls' national team and recently the Estonian women's hockey national team leading them to 1st place in Group B of the III Division of the World Championship. The mother of daughter Laima Elizabete who is also a player on the Latvian national team and has become a coach. Apart from sports Inguna is a graduate of the School of Applied Arts and studied at the Latvian Academy of Arts.

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Date & time
Tuesday, April 18, 2023 at 6:00

Members: 35

Non-members: 45

Kaļķu vārti, Jauniela 20, Rīga 
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