The Cincinnati Yale Club
invites you to the

Greater Cincinnati Ivy-Seven Sisters Collegial Collegiate Alumnae Quarterly Women’s Event
organized this quarter by the Harvard Club of Cincinnati


5:30-7 pm
Findlay Kitchen, 1719 Elm Street

Featuring: Jennifer Morales '99, co-founder of Mixicles

RSVP  $15

A lawyer turned entrepreneur, Jennifer Morales (Harvard College '99) is meeting us where her business came into being, Findlay Kitchen in OTR.  She will share with us her journey of entrepreneurship and treat us to tastes of her products, Mixicles® frozen botanical mixers, at this hands-on cocktail-crafting "Mixperience"Jen and her friend and former law partner, Jason Stitt, shared a love of craft cocktails but not the time and expense associated with sourcing all the ingredients and preparing the drinks from scratch. They were also frustrated by the artificial, overly sweet taste and short shelf-life of most commercially produced mixers. So, Jen and Jason developed Mixicles®, premium cocktail mixers in ice-cube form that can be combined with any spirit, wine, or champagne for instant, elegantly simple and consistent cocktails. Because Mixicles® are non-alcoholic, they're also perfect for making fun mocktails. Come learn how!

This in-person, indoor program has a capacity limit of 20. Early bird access is being given to our Women's Quarterly distribution list. You are welcome to register your partner, too.

*In compliance with current Covid guidelines for Hamilton County and to respect our speakers, please wear a mask unless seated at your table and actively drinking or eating.*


Findlay Kitchen is a non-profit food business incubator, located in the heart of the historic Findlay Market district. Findlay Kitchen supports food entrepreneurs looking to start, grow and scale their business, by providing affordable access to 11 licensed commercial kitchens, commercial-grade kitchen equipment, and ample storage space.

Findlay Kitchen is a mission-driven organization that places special emphasis on cultivating women, immigrant, and minority-owned businesses, which currently comprise 80% of our member community. It is important to Findlay Kitchen, and Findlay Market, that we continue to play a positive role in growing a dynamic and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem that is truly representative of our changing community. By partnering with like-minded organizations and donors, we are able to lower barriers to entry and provide scholarships and business-building growth opportunities. 


Questions about this program, contact Marcy Taylor.

Want to volunteer to present or organize a program? Contact Jody Yetzer at or

Barbara Wagner at