The beginning of the year is the perfect time to reset and recharge our personal and business goals. Award-winning TV personality, author and speaker Liz Nead and a panel of three brilliant, local entrepreneurs — Leah Moses (Improve Group) Junita Cathey (Favorable Treats) and Virginia Bell (Collaborative Community Law Initiative) — will share the behind-the-scenes stories of what influenced them, their mentors and what sparked success as they built their businesses.
When: December 10, 2015 – 7:30am to 9:30am
Where: Pinstripes Edina
Address: 3849 Gallagher Drive Edina, MN 55435
Be sure to join us!
Liz Nead is an adventure-speaker, most recently summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro and co-authoring an Amazon Best Seller, 20 Beautiful Women. A skilled storyteller, Liz vividly teaches and entertains through her unique strategies and exciting adventures. Liz is a seasoned actor, appearing in films, commercials and training videos, and she also coaches clients all over the world.
Junita Flowers Cathey, Owner, Favorable Treats, grew up learning her grandmother’s secret recipes without written recipe, spending countless hours perfecting old family secrets. With her knowledge she went on to create Favorable Treats.
Leah Goldstein Moses, President and CEO, The Improve Group, is recognized as an expert in evaluation, community-based research, planning programs and services, and engaging stakeholders. Since 2000, she has worked on or supervised more than 130 evaluations, strategic plans and original research projects. Leah works with small and large organizations in local, multi-state and international initiatives.
Before joining the Collaborative Community Law Initiative (CCLI) as the Interim Executive Director, Virginia (Ginny) Bell was a litigation partner at the Minneapolis law firm of Maslon LLP. While at Maslon she served as a volunteer lawyer with Children’s Law Center of Minnesota, and continues to work in the Hennepin County Housing Court Clinic through Volunteer Lawyers Network. Ginny enjoys working with people and finding collective solutions to shared problems.