Bungalower celebrated their one year anniversary a few weeks ago. My Bestie and I went to the party at the Hammered Lamb, enjoyed a member cocktail, and partook in a train shot. A member cocktail you say? How do you become a member and what is it for? Well, to be a member of the Bungalower, you… Continue reading Buddying Up to Bungalower
All of the Business Journals around the company held a "speed-mentorship" program on Monday April 7. I was in attendance (and now front in center on the Orlando Business Journal's article about it, yikes! Picture below and article/picture here.) I decided to take a strategic approach to whom I was going to visit with. We… Continue reading #BizWomen
According to the National Institute of Health, 14.7 to 23.5 MILLION people in this country suffer from an autoimmune disease. Some are very common and get a lot of attention. Some are rare and are finally only getting the funding they deserve. One of these is Myasthenia Gravis (MG), which affects the strength of muscle… Continue reading Getting Smiles Back to Those With MG
Love was in the air that the last Pechakucha (say: pah-shaw-kah-shaw). At least that was what the theme was, in celebration of it being near Valentine's Day. @David_Alecock talked about the importance of being present for love. Susan Rienzo talked about her love of color and making whimsical quilts. Emily Empel, a futurist, talked about her… Continue reading Love at PechaKucha
Today was the third annual Lunar New Year Festival in Orlando, FL. It was a great time with a parade, exhibitions, and companies/organizations supporting the Asian culture in the Mills50 District. Some companies/organizations make total sense. Others seemed, not like a stretch, but like an interesting way for them to support niche communities and build… Continue reading Kung Hei Fat Choy and Community/Brand Involvement
Hi You! As you may know, I’m on the host committee for the Adult Literacy League’s Reading Between the Wines event to be held on April 16. As a part of the host committee, I am charged with looking for people and companies that would want to help sponsor the event or buy tickets/tabletop. In… Continue reading More On Reading Between The Wines
After attending the Red Chair Affair this year, I wound up on the "friends of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts" email list. They have been sending updates about the construction and news on performances being scheduled there. They sent an email a couple of weeks ago saying they were offering hard hat… Continue reading Who’s excited about the arts in Orlando? This Media Nerd.