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The #NotABarbie Career and Empowerment Conference aims to provide guidance and build community among women and trans* professionals who are uninspired by “lean in” thinking. We seek to uplift and validate the characteristics that make women great employees, entrepreneurs, and leaders. 

This day-long conference is hosted by Boston GLOW (www.bostonglow.org) and features over 20 speakers in 3 breakout sessions and 3 keynote speakers.

The event will take place in Wheelock College’s Campus Center Student Residence building. 
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Saturday, April 8 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Started From The Bottom // How I'm Here LIMITED

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Before me, no one in my low-income Dominican-German immigrant family had ever pursued college or business. How did I become an entrepreneur with a desktop computer and Craigslist gigs, and while in graduate school for public health research and with my life partner as co-founder? And how have I leveraged my analytical training to grow EmVision Productions, a media production company solving creative challenges for emerging and established brands? This workshop will highlight my unpredicted entrepreneurship journey. Driven by science, storytelling, and social justice, my work embodies what I call “intentional creativity for social change.”

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Tariana Little

Co-founder & Co-CEO, EmVision Productions
Tariana V. Little is a researcher, social entrepreneur, and engaged citizen. As co-founder of EmVision Productions, she leverages digital media to help organizations and business reach their goals, and as part of Mayor Walsh’s SPARK Boston, she works with other Boston millennials to connect peers to local government. In spring 2016, Tariana was named by El Planeta (New England’s largest Spanish-language newspaper) as one of the most... Read More →

Saturday April 8, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm
Classroom Building Wheelock College

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