Synchronicity: Entrepreneurial Pursuits. A story teller event.
May 31 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
OUR THEME FOR THE EVENING:
“THE STRUGGLE IS REAL – ENTREPRENEURIAL PURSUITS”
Pushing the boundaries of storytelling and the intergenerational movement, Synchronicity brings together 5 individuals from different generations to tell their story on their struggles in the entrepreneurial pursuit. A night of rich and engaging stories with audience interaction to further the conversation.
The Intergenerational movement exemplifies that whether young or old, we all have something to learn from one another. In other’s stories we experience commonalities that can help us better understand our own story.
Join us May 31st for our first Synchronicity. A live recorded podcast with audience interaction.
A split of our ticket proceeds will go to support Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter, we thank you in advance for your support.
STORY TELLERS FOR THIS EVENING;
Caroline Smith – Co-Founder & Co- Director of Collab New Haven
Caroline Smith is a community organizer working with many others to build towards a vision of a more equitable, connected Yale-New Haven community. She was the Co-Director of Marketing at SeeClickFix — a civic technology company that connects citizens with their local governments. She founded New Haven Bike Month — an effort to build bicycle justice through neighborhood empowerment. Currently, she was elected the Chair of the Downtown-Wooster Square Community Management Team. She’s received the City of New Haven Individual Innovator Award, Yale Presidential Public Service Fellowship, and Yale Seton Elm-Ivy Award for her work.
Candace Freedenberg – Founder – Untapped Potential Inc.
Candace Freedenberg is a technologist and business leader with experience at Laboratory for Laser Energetics, IBM and Kodak. Her work, historically on the fore front of new ventures and new industries within corporate america, yielded over a dozen patents. Often a catalyst for organizational change, now as the Founder of Untapped Potential Inc., she is engineering social change for women impacting gender equity, diversity and work-life balance. She is the recipient of 2018 CT Woman Of Innovation Award, 2017 & 2018 CT Entrepreneur Award (Finalist), SBA’s InnovateHER (Finalist), and reSET Incubator Award.
5:00PM – 6:00PM: Networking
6:00PM – 7:00PM: The Struggle is Real, EntrepreneurialPursuits
7:00PM – 7:30PM : Q/A
7:30PM – 8:00PM: More Networking