About

About Dating In Heels Show

In 2018, Eve Monica and Jen Hecht joined forces to launch “Dating In Heels,” a matchmaking service for successful women who want humanity in their relationships. A natural pairing of events and match-making services, Dating In Heels taps into Eve and Jen’s extensive networks to offer single women access to lifestyle coaching, dating tips, nightlife antics, bonded friendship, and, ultimately, happy relationships.

“Online dating may work for some people, but it’s hardly the solution for women who may also be juggling a career, kids, and high expectations. Dating In Heels helps them put their best stiletto forward in real-life–and really fun–environments.” Jen Hecht, Dating In Heels Co-founder

“Most of us who live in DC understand that networking and making connections is part of the job. What I love about Dating In Heels is that we can transform these connections into real relationships that can inspire growth and joy in other parts of our lives.” Eve Monica, Dating In Heels Co-founder

Meet Jen.

As the Founder and Chairwoman of The Dating Advisory Board, Jen Hecht helps professional women develop the right relationships to create a life they love. More than just DC’s favorite dating coach, Jen’s long list of accolades includes co-authoring an international best seller, hosting an award-winning podcast, and a deep background in sales and marketing.

“We’re often told we ‘can’t have it all,’ and I think that’s ridiculous,” says Jen, who offers a “Take Charge Assessment” as part of her services. “The trick isn’t having what everyone else wants, but finding out what really makes you happy and getting after it.”

Meet Eve.

Even if you don’t know who Eve Monica is, chances are you’ve seen what she’s done. As a sought-after DC event planner and the president of the fashionably charitable society blog, Sip with Socialites, Eve masterfully mixes beauty and style with good people and great causes. Her name is synonymous with Georgetown’s most exclusive theme parties and philanthropic events, as seen most recently on The Real Housewives of Potomac.

“I’ve always wanted to create a place for successful women to give back to their communities,” she said. “And if I’m seeking generous donations, I want to be equally generous with an unforgettable experience.”