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Author: Jennifer

We’re All In This Together: AIM High

We’re All In This Together: AIM High

In one brave act ACG Minnesota and Corvus North’s AIM Conference morning emcee and KARE11’s chief meteorologist Belinda Jensen delivered the weekend forecast to a group of nearly 300 women, many of who were moms of school-age children. Another 7-13 inches of white stuff on […]

The Wonder Women of WE

The Wonder Women of WE

Channeling Wonder Woman and Indiana Jones, Amy Noble Seitz kicked off the sixth annual Women in Entrepreneurship Conference (#WECon6) at Carlson School of Management with her story that in so many ways, embodies the essence of entrepreneurism. She started with reflections on her childhood — […]

Unhappy Holidays Hits A Higher Note

Unhappy Holidays Hits A Higher Note

Dissonance’s third annual Unhappy Holidays event on December 20th perfectly coincided with the very necessary need to hit the holiday stress pause button. It came at a time when people were facing lengthy to-do lists and mere moments more of work to meet deadlines before a […]

Voice Is The New Playground For Brands

Voice Is The New Playground For Brands

“Ok Google, talk to…” is a voice app prompt you’ve heard of or used if you’re an early adopter of voice technology. Voice technology is on track to show the fastest adoption of new technology in history. Compared to the next closest technology adoption in […]

The Morning After: An Event Recap

The Morning After: An Event Recap

It’s the morning after a great event. With coffee mug in hand, you sit down to scroll through the event host’s posts on social media. You’re looking to relive a little of the experience you enjoyed the night before, but there isn’t much. And why […]

Assembly Yields A Slice of Governmental Marble Cake

Assembly Yields A Slice of Governmental Marble Cake

It could have been a cooking class. There were references to nested mixing bowls and marble cake. The local food over the course of the two-day assembly from Acapulco and Eggroll Queen, both in the Maplewood/ Eastside St. Paul immediate area, was delicious. I would […]

Be The CEO: By Women Who Lead

Be The CEO: By Women Who Lead

What’s it feel like to Be The CEO? We really just went there courtesy of five women CEO’s sharing their personal experiences on leadership, work/life management and oh so much more. The event, held at Stahl Construction in the historic Miller Textile Building and hosted […]

Passionate Distraction in the Creative Economy

Passionate Distraction in the Creative Economy

How do you know you were meant to take an idea and share it with the world in profound and vulnerable ways? For starters, you sleep on it. For months and months if necessary. If you continue to be passionately distracted by it, congratulations, the […]

Super In Six From A Minnesotan

Super In Six From A Minnesotan

Leave MSP and miss all of the fun? No way. When news of Minneapolis hosting #SBLII in 2018 broke, I was in. Not all all in, but I was definitely going to take in as much of the experience over the ten-day period as possible. […]

Coworking in MSP: A History, Checklist and Review

Coworking in MSP: A History, Checklist and Review

Coworking has lost its hyphen, or at least most camps are leaning this way including coworking spaces. Eventually AP Style will cave. It has too. Coworking is a legit movement that needs to be shared and hyphens don’t really work well with hashtags. A History […]