LA Girl is a social network helping women find the friends, travel companions, housemates and business connections that they need to feel at home in Los Angeles.
It's also part of a bigger network called the City Girl Network, where 12 other cities all over the world are doing the same thing - San Francisco Girl is the only other US-based community right now.
LA Girl is dedicated to empowering, inspiring and supporting 20 & 30-something women living in LA. Expect coffee chats, drinks, gigs, cinema trips, aspirational panel events and more, helping you to find the friends that make this city feel even more like home.
By becoming an LA Girl, you also will become part of a bigger growing international community known as the 'City Girl Network' ( http://www.citygirlnetwork.com (http://www.citygirlnetwork.com/) ). Over the last year, over 5,000 City Girls from Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Berlin, Birmingham, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Chester, Bath, Newcastle, London and San Francisco have found travel companions, housemates, new jobs and a whole new set of friends.
If you want to be involved in LA Girl through community management, events organising, marketing or writing for our blog, message us!
Please note: We are sisters, not cisters. And we do not tolerate any trans-exclusionary attitudes or behaviours. If you identify as an LA Girl, then you're an LA Girl.
About the launch
On Friday 19th October, the founder of the City Girl Network, Pippa, is spending 24 hours alone in LA - which she's seen as the perfect excuse to launch the City Girl Network in LA.
Unlike our cities, where we recruit a community manager who organises the meeting place, we want to organise the Friday night event as well as the Saturday brunch event through the voices of the whole community.
Thousands of girls have moved to a new city and found their feet through the City Girl Network - we thought it would be a fun experience how they feel.
Help Pippa create the perfect night out and brunch for any girl who's experiencing LA for the first time and build a long-lasting community that sees every girl feel at home in the city.