Tony Award-winner Karen Olivo, Arts Council of Indianapolis President & CEO Julie Goodman, Spokn Word Artist Manon Voice, dancer & choreographer Mariel Greenlee, & playwright Jennifer Blackmer discuss the small business nature of being an independent artist.
Catch the live interactive webcast by registering here, or listen to the recording here the next day.
Jan. 28: Karen Mangia
Karen Mangia is an internationally-recognized thought leader whose TEDx appearance, keynotes, blogs and books reach hundreds of thousands of business leaders each year. As Vice President of Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce, she engages current and future customers around the world to discover new ways of creating success and growth together.
Bethany C. Meyers, founder and CEO of the online sensation, the be.come project, is a master instructor and entrepreneur with a message known for inclusivity and body-neutrality. Their unique approach to movement awakens clients in profound ways. Meyers voice stands apart in the fitness world as a leader in dismantling beauty standards.
Angela B. Freeman is an associate in the Indianapolis office of Barnes & Thornburg, one of the top 100 law firms in the country, and a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Department and Life Sciences Practice Group. With a background of over 15 years as a biologist, Ms. Freeman assists clients in intellectual property matters involving highly technical subject matter.
Mar. 11: Webcast Replay--Girl Code
Presented in partnership with Codelicious. Join technology professionals and Codelicious students and teachers for a round table discussion on building confidence through computer science and the role women play in creating the future. Join live on March 11 for the interactive webcast or catch a recording here the next day.
Mar. 25: Lee Ernst
A Senior Consultant at Johnson Grossnickle & Associates since 2013, Lee is an expert in philanthropic giving. Lee previously was a Development Officer Consultant with the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. She also served as Associate Director at the University of Chicago in advancement during the institution’s $2 billion campaign and worked closely with the boards and giving councils to create the inaugural Parents Program fundraising initiative.