QueerHustle Live 2019

The only conference for queer womxn who mean business.

April 26-28, 2019 in New York City


Calling all queer womxn entrepreneurs, creatives, freelancers, and side hustlers!

This two-day conference is the event you’ve been waiting for.

Join us — April 26, 27-28, 2019… IN

Manhattan, NEW YORK!


QueerHustle is the only community for queer womxn who are involved in business. Whether you’re a business owner, a freelancer, a CEO, or just getting started figuring out what you want to do, this is the place to come and network with other womxn who share your interests.

We have events all through the year for QueerHustlers, including a live two-day conference event with speakers and panelists, an online conference, and an annual retreat.

If you’ve been looking for a community of people who are going to help you achieve your goals, you’ve found it!

What Can You Expect from QueerHustle?

The conference schedule is coming soon, and there will be 6 speakers, two workshops, breakout sessions, a panel, and a few surprises.

Here’s what some of the participants said about the 2018 QueerHustle in Los Angeles:

Who is QueerHustle for?

QueerHustle is for queer womxn with a vision.

If you are thinking about starting a business, have a business, are interested in business, have a side hustle, just sell things for fun, want to know how to start an online business, or really any version of any of those — if you want to meet more queer women who do what you do, this is the event for you. Plus, it’s an awesome opportunity to meet people at a place other than a bar or club!

Which ticket is best for you?

General Ticket - 22 Left

$199 Includes:

Access to all QueerHustle sessions

Access to Friday Mixer

Amazing community & networking


VIP Ticket - 9 left

$499 Includes:

All QueerHustle sessions

Your own QueerHustle T-shirt

Invitation to Private Speakers Dinner on Sunday

Business Brainstorm session with Beck

Only in town for one night?

Come to the mixer on the 26th!


7pm – 11pm @ Starr Bar in Brooklyn

Can't make it to NYC?

Access the conference virtually!
$97 $77 FLASH SALE

You’ll receive an email once the conference is over with details on how to view this conference’s sessions!

2019 Agenda

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“When I attended Queer Hustle, I had just turned my side hustle into my main hustle. I wasn’t sure of my direction or path. I was floundering. After I attended Queer Hustle in LA, I had a clear vision of my business plan. I was inspired and knew what i needed to do to succeed. I am forever grateful for the amazing speakers and content. i am now making 6 figures my first year in business. If you are a new solo-prenuer, attend Queer Hustle. You won’t regret it.” Bethany Snyder, Snyder Strategies

Do I need to have a business to join QueerHustle?

Absolutely not! This community is for people with a hustle mindset – creating something, interested in creating something, making an impact, or if you’re just figuring out what you’d like to do!

Is it just for queer women*?

We’ve received quite a few requests from allies who want to attend and support our community, so for 2019, we have decided to open up admission to all women in addition to queer women* – this includes female presenting non binary and transgender women.

I can't make it. How often are these events?

We hold this conference annually, in April at different cities around the USA. We think it’s important for everyone to have a chance to attend and to see different parts of the USA, so we invite you to travel!

We will be holding smaller workshops in the future, in different cities around the USA.

Our New York Venue

Our venue this year is in the financial district of Manhattan. We couldn’t be more proud to announce our partnership with Primary Coworking, a mindful space for entrepreneurs to work and collaborate. 

We’ll be conference-ing in style, with snacks, coffee and awesome company, for both days of the weekend. 

There will also be private spaces if you need to make a call or get work done, but don’t be gone long or you’ll miss the knowledge bombs from our awesome speakers (below.)

Primary is proud to support our unique mission and the LGBTQ+ community, and we’re excited to talk business and grow with their support. 

Primary Coworking,

Downtown, 26 Broadway

Manhattan, New York





Our 2019 New York Speakers
April 26, 27-28


Beck is the Kiwi founder and host of QueerHustle – this year she’s also teaching a workshop! Beck is known in digital nomad and digital entrepreneurship circles for her mindset hacks and bootstrapped launches. She loves information products and leading QueerHustlers to greatness!

Beck is also a world traveler, digital nomad, proud flannel wearing lesbian, and karaoke enthusiast. When she isn’t QueerHustling, she’s planning an epic airstream renovation.

dorie clark

“BUILDING your network of collaborators”

Dorie Clark is the author of Entrepreneurial You. Her past books include Reinventing You and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine. A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, she teaches at Duke University and writes frequently for the Harvard Business Review.



I’m obsessed with Cardi B and in this keynote, I dissect her rise to the top and tie in valuable insights that audience members can implement immediately to boost their personal brands.”

Alionka Polanco is a transformational coach, inspirational speaker, and international TV personality. Over the last five years, she’s coached top performers in fields as diverse as sales execs at Google, Broadway stars, and business owners from Dubai to Australia, and everywhere in between. Connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, or alionkapolanco.com!



Kimra Luna is a personal branding and online business strategist and the founder of FreedomHackers.com 
She’s a public speaker, activist, content creator, podcast host and mentor to many. 
She’s been featured in places like Forbes, Business Insider, and 100+ podcasts. 



“We all know that social media is how we investigate people and businesses. So what happens when people search for you? In this talk, I’ll go over how to clean up your social media presence so that you don’t have to worry when someone googles your name, and how to grow an audience you can sell to.”

Sabrina Torres, owner and founder of Be Truly Social, is a social media marketer and consultant from in Nashville, Tennessee. She puts her caffeinated energy to good use for her clients, who range from solo startups to multi-million dollar organizations, to help their social media pop in a busy online world.


“the art of follow-through: HOW TO START and finish anything”

Kim Goulbourne is an award-winning designer, developer and chronic creator with experience launching multiple products and experiences. She is currently working on building You & Sundry, a social parlor for the LGBTQ+ community. 


“taking your business on the road”

Dani Heinrich runs Globetrotter Girls, an independent travel website sharing inspiring travel stories, practical travel information, and LGBT experiences to help travelers plan their own adventures. Originally from Germany, she has lived abroad since 2006 and became nomadic in April 2010. She taught herself how to make money online as she traveled around the world, chronicling her adventures on her travel blog. In 2014, she put down roots again in Brooklyn.



This is an overview of setting up and selling an online course – which can make you money while you sleep! An online course is basically packaged up knowledge, normally in the form of videos, PDFs, audios or written lessons. Once it’s built, you can sell it to one person or 100, the work required is the same.

In this workshop, you’ll learn:

-How to think of a good topic for an online course

-How to know if your course will sell before you build it

-How to structure and deliver it

-How to find people to buy it

-Where to sell it

-How one course can become an online business that makes money while you sleep.



In this workshop we’ll take your business and look at the big picture of it. What are you creating? Why? 

How are your offers structured? And how could you make more money by structuring them better?

What other revenue streams could you create?

How could you get more traffic to those offers?

How do you sell more people into them?


Podcasting is still a new tool that is continuing to evolve. There are many creative and innovative ways people can  use this medium. Audio is only going to grow – so how can you use it to your advantage?

Moderator: Lynn Casper: Homoground


Experience a panel from QH Live Los Angeles 2018:



Beck Power

Beck Power

Founder/Head of Awesome

Beck Power is from New Zealand (that's why she sounds like that.) She's a business strategist and runs several business programs that will get your ass into gear. As well as QueerHustle, Beck has a personal brand and speaking career as well as NomadMe, a project that creates tools for digital nomads.

Beck can normally be found researching DIY Airstream renovations and eating tacos.

Ronni Morgan

Ronni Morgan

QueerHustle Manager

Ronni Morgan is the CEO of The 100k Stylist, where she helps independent hairstylists create 6-figure businesses behind the chair through coaching/consulting, social media management and digital courses. Ronni is our QueerHustle Unicorn and when she’s not busy doing that, she can be found roasting in the nearest sauna or eating burrito bowls from her favorite Mexican-ish restaurant.

Danielle Zarcaro

Danielle Zarcaro

Resident Techie

Danielle Zarcaro is a web developer specializing in custom WordPress websites. She partners with people in complementary fields and implements their marketing plans and strategies. Besides developing websites and web programs, she helps people finally finish their freaking websites through her online course.

She likes book clubs, snuggling cats, and hot chocolate in her coffee.

Karen Kimball

Karen Kimball

Head of Design

Karen has been a graphic designer for the past 12 years and owns The Movable Type, her design business. She also has an online course called Designer Roadmap, where she teaches those with an eye for design and a desire to learn, how to be become designers, without having to go into debt for a degree. She also loves slow travel, living abroad and looking for online side hustles. You’ll probably have a good chance of meeting her in a coffee shop in Thailand.


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