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Thursday, October 5 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Bossing up: A Panel on Shero representation in entrepreneurship

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Too often women are left out of the 'entrepreneurship conversation,' yet one of the biggest trends in entrepreneurship is minority women starting their own businesses. This panel celebrates the unsung sheros in entrepreneurship and provides a platform for various communities to hear about the trials, successes, and frustrations they’ve experienced in their entrepreneurial journeys.

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Keita Williams

Founder and Chief Strategist, Success Bully
Keita H. Williams is the  Founder and Chief Strategist of Success Bully, is an elite accountability practice for visionaries who need strategic support(a professional butt-kicking) to create momentum in their personal and professional lives. We develop bespoke 90 Day Sprints to develop clarity and habits to achieve your audacious goal. At the end of... Read More →

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Aramis Hamer

Founder, AO Hamer
I create my paintings using acrylic and, sometimes, spray paint. I made the decision to pursue my art career after leaving my hometown in Chicago and moving to Washington. With the support of my family and fiance, Andy, I dedicated myself to art whole hardheartedly. My studio is located... Read More →
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Karen Okonkwo

Co-Founder, Tonl
Karen is a Nigerian-American social entrepreneur owning various companies in the event planning and online business realm. Having been an avid blogger since starting a site with her two sorority sisters in 2013, Karen struggled to display diversity on it. Her experience with this... Read More →
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Deena Pierott

Founder, iUrbanTeen
Diversity and Inclusion Professional and Founder of the Nationally recognized STEM+Arts Program iUrban Teen which focuses on "non-traditional" STEM learners ages 13 to 18 and exposes them to the world of STEM careers.

Thursday October 5, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Pharmacy 126 S Jackson St Seattle, WA 98104

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