Cross-Pollination Circle: Giving Voice to What You Need So Others Can Help
Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
(we’ll start the session by 6:15 pm; you’re welcome to arrive by 5:45PM)
The San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin St. (at Grove)
Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room, located on the Library’s lower level
(Enter at 30 Grove Street, proceed down stairs to the lower level)
*note, this is not a library sponsored program
The library is next to the CIVIC CENTER BART Station
Free event! RSVP to Register!
YWSE-SF Advisory Board members Emily Sadigh and Toni Tru bring back the popular need + offer circle from YWSE annual retreats. Spots are limited so register now to reserve your place in the circle! Note: previous experience with YWSE is NOT required, new women are encouraged to attend!
Just ask! In this fun evening workshop you'll discover the power of asking out loud for what you need. Whether you need a short-term consulting gig, a book agent, or a place to stay in Singapore, join this circle to ask for what you want and get resources shared by our supportive YWSE community. You will identify your key need and will likely receive several leads to help you get it -- and will be amazed how your resources can help other YWSE's.
We'll be inspired by the flower -- one of nature's tools for creating mutually beneficial relationships (and the secret to how flowering plants have become the dominant form of plant life on the planet)! Asking for what we need opens us to receiving and giving support, which is how relationships and success grow.
For more information about the workshop please send an email to “email@example.com”
About the Workshop Leaders
Emily Sadigh designs strategies for the public sector, businesses, and universities to go green and build learning systems for sustainability. As a local government change manager, independent consultant, and Toyota TogetherGreen Fellow, she crosses sectors to connect innovators to partners and resources. She is a Harvard-trained educator and certified Biomimicry Specialist, and has been recognized as a Next American Vanguard, one of the top 35 civic leaders under 35 working to improve U.S cities.
Toni Tru is a filmmaker, freelance videographer and sound mixer. She earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and went on to have a career as an application development engineer. She recently took a leap of faith to pursue filmmaking. Her passion is to tell stories that illuminate, inspire, and educate. She has since created and worked on short films for non-profit and commercial organizations. She credits her quick start in filmmaking to the power of connections through friends and mentors and having the courage to simply ask for advice and support from professionals in the field.
100 Larkin St
San Francisco, CA 94102
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