How Can You Be a Pioneer? – A CreativeMornings RVA Review

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I attended the October CreativeMornings’ Richmond session centered around the idea of being a pioneer. Evrim Dogu, the owner of Sub Rosa Bakery, was the guest speaker. For those who don’t know, Sub Rosa Bakery creates its baked goods utilizing a wood-fired oven and ingredients from local farms. Throughout his discussion, Evrim Dogu shared his beliefs on how he has brought the idea of being a pioneer in his work and personal journey.

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Women in Advertising Panel Review

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This week I attended the Ad Club’s Women in Advertising panel, and I captured many takeaways that I believe will help me in my day-to-day job. The panel consisted of a strong group of women in the advertising industry in Richmond, and I left feeling motivated and inspired to take what I learned and start applying it to my role.

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5 Creative Things to do in Richmond

5 Creative Things to do in Richmond

In need of inspiration? Check out our favorite Richmond events & organizations that help us get our creative juices flowing.

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Observe, Align and Care Compassionately: CreativeMornings RVA

CreativeMornings RVA: Compassion

You learn about compassion in kindergarten, basically. Feel for others pain and help them through it. That basic idea tags along as we grow up but can typically get lost in the folds of our ever-complicated lives.

What role does compassion play in your professional and adult life? Heather Winkle, Vice President of Design at Capitol One, came to CreativeMornings RVA on Friday, September 22, 2017, to speak on compassion as it relates to three life bubbles: Audience, Team, and Self.

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