Women in Entrepreneurship Lunch & Learn Seminar with...
Sandee Kastrul on March 26 | 12-1 pm | Register at https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/900284491 Guest speaker Sandee Kastrul, President & Co-Founder of i.c.stars, will present “How Dare You Be Invisible? One Social Entrepreneur’s Story of Growing a Business and Becoming Visible.” Don’t miss this virtual session with inspirational stories and thoughtful discussion about inclusive entrepreneurship and becoming visible in the work to develop change-driven leaders. Open to ALL. Share more info with your network: https://go.gies.illinois.edu/WIE32621.
Afenya Pongo Montgomery on April 2 | 12-1 pm | Register at https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/1025669723 Guest speaker Afenya Pongo Montgomery, Founder & CEO of The iCAN Collective, will present “Creating an Engaged Community and Getting Brand Buy-In.” Don’t miss this virtual session with a creative, brand builder, people connector and founder to gain critical insights about building a brand and community to advance women in leadership and entrepreneurship. Open to ALL. Share more info with your network: https://go.gies.illinois.edu/WIE4221.
Deborah Quazzo & Brooke Elliott on April 16 | 12-1 pm | Register at https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/1454422450 Brooke Elliott, Associate Dean of Online Programs & EY Distinguished Professor in Accounting, will moderate a Fireside Chat with special guest Deborah Quazzo, Managing Partner at GSV Ventures & Co-Founder at ASU+GSV Summit. Don’t miss this virtual session focused on “Moving from B.C. to A.D.: The Dawn of the Age of Digital Learning.” Open to ALL. Share more info with your network: https://go.gies.illinois.edu/WIE41621.
Esther Ngumbi on April 23 | 12-1 pm | Register at https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/721147512 Guest speaker Esther Ngumbi, PhD, Assistant Professor of Entomology & African American Studies, will present “Daring in Entrepreneurship with Little Resources: Lessons from Building a Sustainable Community Rooted in Agriculture 8,000 Miles Away.” Don’t miss this virtual session with inspiration from this accomplished researcher, educator, mentor, author, social entrepreneur, and champion for change around the issues of hunger, gender, education, youth activism, agriculture, sustainability, and public service. Open to ALL. Share more info with your network: https://go.gies.illinois.edu/WIE42321.