Event Title: Six Degrees Society Digital Presents: Trash Talk: An Intimate Conversation on Living a Greener Life in Partnership with Native
What’s Happening? Have you ever finished a cup of coffee and wondered “should I recycle or trash this?” Have you struggled with the word “sustainable” and don’t really know how it impacts your life? Do you feel like the biggest jerk every time you throw away another plastic ziploc?
There is hope for you yet! In partnership with Native, we’re sitting down three “green” experts to learn how to live a more sustainability friendly life. Join panelists Julia Santucci, The Clean Mission Head of Operations and Founder of Go Emerald, Friday Apaliski, The Sustainability Concierge, and Sustainability Advocate and Enthusiast Carolyn Stine for a candid conversation on how to make sustainable changes to your life.
Curated Matches:Before we sit down for our programming, each guest will engage in one 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:Tuesday, July 21st, 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 Friday Apaliski: Friday Apaliski is The Sustainability Concierge and your personal guide to a greener home. From using less plastic, to removing toxics, and even lowering electric bills, Friday does it all and makes it easier for you.
About Julia Santucci: Always an East Coaster at heart while loving life on the west coast. I started in New Jersey and I remember being a small girl who would notice trash outside as I was playing. Luckily is wasn’t that bad at all but one day I decided to throw on the roller blades at age 13, grab a trash bag and pick it all up (or as much as my little frame could carry, remember I’m from NJ so stronger than I looked even then haha). Years later while living in NYC and as a runner, I would again notice trash all over and wanted to do something about it. I spoke with friends about creating a ‘clean streets and stylish eats’ movement. I was shocked to hear everyone was into it! Push to last year when I was looking for volunteer ideas and I met the creator of The Clean Mission. Jeff Winkle had the street clean up system set, so I joined him to add the sponsors and partnerships factor. Today, along with TCM, I also work on partnerships on my own connecting brands who can help each other while always sharing tips of the day with friends on recycling.
About Carolyn Stine: Carolyn is the founder of Carolyn Stine Consulting, a boutique digital agency serving brands in the food, wellness, and sustainability spaces. She focuses on content strategy, content creation, and writing as a means of telling authentic brand stories for her clients. Carolyn is also a content creator for her own brand, Caro’s City, where you can find her sharing her passion for sustainability, home cooking, empowering millennial women, and having conversations that matter.
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