Self care is essential in all aspects of life, especially when it comes to juggling the balance between personal life and leading a venture. During these heavy times it’s important to check in with ourselves and one another to ensure we are making mental health a priority.
“Así que como mujeres súper, súper, súper bien difícil ser una mujer emprendedora y básicamente es importante entender que a pesar de todo eso, tenemos que cuidarnos a nosotras mismas.”
Utilizing a “hub and spoke” model the SBA’s Community Navigator Pilot Program will equip and empower Rhode Island’s historically underserved entrepreneurs Leer en español aquí PROVIDENCE, RI, USA — … Read More
Utilizando el modelo “hub and spoke” el Programa Piloto de Navegador Comunitario va a equipar y empoderar los empresarios históricamente desatendidos en Rhode Island. PROVIDENCE, RI, USA — Una … Read More
In September 2015, Scott Lapham founded One Gun Gone as an art and engagement project to raise awareness about gun violence. A Providence-based fine art and commercial photographer and a … Read More
SEG hosted Pete Lucas, vice president of business development at JH Communications, in a class about telling our brand story. We talked about different types of social media, what goes … Read More
5 Things I Learned from Community Table with Garden Time Garden Time is a non-profit organization based in Rhode Island which provides hands-on vocational training to incarcerated persons. Their mission … Read More
This week’s Community Table event highlighted a unique partnership happening in Brockton, Massachusetts. Jason Barbosa is a co-owner of family food business Vicente’s Tropical Supermarket and Mary Lynch is a … Read More