Joining us today is Leslie Gill, Executive Director of Rung for Women. Having served in leadership capacities for several profit and non-profit organizations, Leslie has been deeply involved in a wide range of social welfare issues.
Meet Nicci Roach and Lorie Jackson, founders of Mosaic Ceiling. Mosaic Ceiling is a Midwest based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization building a global community to drive social change for women of color and culture, inclusive to all women.
Joining us today is Steve Knight, Director of COCAbiz. He designs and facilitates experiential workshops to foster collaborative creativity, design-thinking and business storytelling using the power of the arts. Also with us is Rob Morgan, a production designer, teacher at Washington University and serves as a Teaching Artist for COCAbiz.
Joining us is Steph Nissen, Executive Partner and Director of Digital at Atomic Revenue. She manages the company’s digital marketing programs including social media, web development, search engine optimization, content marketing, and graphic design.
SweetArt Bakeshop is a from-scratch bakery specializing in traditional, vegan, and gluten-free American baked goods. The cafe also serves a plant-based breakfast and lunch menu that has a loyal following of meat eaters.
Notes For Life Arts & Technology exists to provide no-cost, innovative lessons in arts education to every student, everywhere. Their mission is to empower each participant in a hands-on learning culture, which encourages peer-to-peer collaboration, creative storytelling, entrepreneurship, and provides access to cutting-edge technological advancements.
Brazen St. Louis encourages women at all stages of business and industries to join a like-minded community and feel supported on their entrepreneurial journey. The organization is designed for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, founders, presidents, and CEOs who are not part of a parent company.
The conversation around entrepreneurship is expanding more and more to create space at the table for young business people. Youth entrepreneurship programs and training have been created for children in high school, middle school and now even in elementary school.