Event Title: Six Degrees Society Digital Presents: The Stories We Have, The Lessons We Learn: A Great Share Sesh about Being An Entrepreneur with Parsnip Founder, Sally Rogers
What’s Happening? Have you been working on a side hustle, just ventured off on your own, or are just noodling on a new idea? Or perhaps you’re a couple years in to your entrepreneurial journey and you’ve got stories to tell. If there is any entrepreneurial energy in your life, this event is for you! Sally Rogers has been on her own entrepreneurial journey for four years, and Emily Merrell dove in 5 years ago. Together, we’re going to share our own initial journeys into becoming entrepreneurs, and reveal the current lessons from the hustle. Then we want to hear from YOU! We’ll use our time together to swap stories, share lessons, and help you get through any current challenges you may have with group-sourced ideas and conversation. Think of this as the share sesh you’ve been craving to know you are absolutely NOT alone in the highs and lows and accompanying crazy feelings. Come feel the love from the entrepreneur community: just the balance you need right now!
Curated Matches: Before we sit down for our programming, each guest will engage in two curated 15 minute connection, handpicked just for them, based on bios submitted pre-event via this form: https://goo.gl/forms/D8Tvyr3ygwPSwaGF2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy.
When:Monday, October 26th, 2020 4:30-6:30pm PST/7:30pm -9:30pm EST
Where:Via Zoom, Link sent morning of
Cost:$25 for single ticketFREE for Six Degrees Society members
About Sally Rogers:Sally Rogers began her career at Wellington Management Company and Deloitte before deciding to become an entrepreneur. Sally went on to start two companies (Nibble, a healthy snacking company, and The Pickle, an editorial), and is currently working on Parsnip (Y Combinator Summer 2019), a matchmaking company for better-for-you consumer brands and the services that support them. She is deeply passionate about supporting the people that are working to make the world a better place. She is on the Advisory Board of the Good Food Foundation. She lives in Boston, loves all the seasons, and is always up for a good book recommendation.
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Monday, October 26th, 2020 4:30-6:30pm PST/7:30pm -9:30pm EST