Women On The Move (WOTM), an organization that empowers women seeking jobs in several different fields, owned by two entrepreneurs, Amber Ravenel (Revenel Records) and Dee Vazquez (Hot 97 & Sirius/XM Radio), will be holdings its Sixth Annual WOTM Forum at New York University on March 21.

The forum, which takes place every March, honors of Women’s History Month, is centered around New York City female college students. It provides an opportunity for young women to interact with mentors and possible employers and have a chance to share their new ideas and talents with professionals in various media industries.

“We’ve taken a more holistic approach to this year’s forum; working closely with the students at Tisch School of the Arts in NYU to produce an event that will not only continue to inspire and connect, but transform the ethos of the women’s initiatives both academically and spiritually,” said Vazquez.

Past speakers of the forum include, Danyel Smith, Editor-in-Chief, Billboard Magazine, Kim Osorio, Editor-in-Chief of The Source and many more. The event is open and free to all college students seeking some helpful advise and experience.

For more information about the event please visit womenonthemove.org or via twitter @wotm_nyc.

—Samantha Abram