2018 was not a year of planning but a year of breathing life into a long time hard work that brought on blessings+rewards. Thank you to all who believe in the work, collaborate with me and hire my/our services!
"The Genius is Common Movement is about tearing down the Berlin Wall of the word genius." Be inspired - Be engaged - Be empowered..." This movement has inspired us so that we have become a partner of this movement, after getting a chance to interview the Founder, Bruce George in June 2017.
Engagement means...This meaning has become a mission of every corporation, nonprofit, association, and individual. But what work does it take to engage and navigate through a space that the identity of an audience/consumer profile could be true or false? How are you ensuring you engage with your audience?
Women In Business Resurge or Struggle from Pandemic?
I was excited to see these 32 nonprofit and social impact entrepreneurs chosen by Cause Artist! I have had the pleasure of knowing Shelly Bell, interviewing Cheryl Dorsey and became a member of Nest, founded by Rebecca van Bergen. These leaders are addressing big problems with big solutions. It maybe someone in here you know… Continue reading Maximizing Impact As a Change Agent
Last week, I hosted the Live Q&A with Tara Higgins, Senior Vice President, Commercial & President, Hargrove for PCMA Convening Leaders '21. If you missed her presentation, loaded with information, she offered a Hybrid Event Toolkit for everyone who tuned in. If you are marketing events in 2021, this resource may become a good companion.
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Are you attending? Even though it is virtual, there is really an awesome lineup of speakers and sessions for this year. PCMA continues to be a great resource. The Digital Experience Institute had tripled in learners in 2020; so I am honored to host the Live Q&A and interviews, January 13-15. Here is the schedule… Continue reading Digital Experience Makers Begin!
Last month I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Natalie Nixon, author of The Creativity Leap. After reading her book, it talks about the creative economy in a way not mentioned before. The book offers more insight into the function of the creative individual as it relates to art and how intuition is so very… Continue reading “The Future of Work is Like Jazz”
This article was shared with me. Being a longtime fan of Sheila and her genius musical talent, I wanted to read more. It doesn't disappoint... “We do have a responsibility as artists to use our voice to communicate to the people because I stand with my community, with what we’ve been going through…these senseless acts… Continue reading #SheilaE.: On Creativity and Voice in Social Change
I had the pleasure of being part of the most exciting day in Washington, DC in a neighborhood that has grown very near and dear to my heart, Anacostia. The day [11.30.18] was lead by a Day of Action called by the International Iconic Classical musician, Yo-Yo Ma. Included in this was child protege and… Continue reading What the Arts + Activism can do?!