8:30am-10:00am | Thursday, March 9th | Library
Clayton Entrepreneurship Club is a monthly roundtable discussion and community-building initiative for our entrepreneur-minded members. Each month focuses on a specific topic (i.e. fundraising, digital marketing, partnerships, etc.) with an expert in this area to help facilitate the discussion. The goal of Entrepreneurship Club is to foster an open and supportive space for our members to discuss opportunities and challenges they are facing in their ventures. It is open to all levels of entrepreneurs; from those with an idea to those currently running a business and beyond. Moderated by Andrea Weinberg.
From February to April, there will be a three-part marketing discussion. The March topic will be led by Hilary Davis and Tim Jones. They will be discussing storytelling and how to put your customer at the center of the story of what you do. They are the hero, and you are the guide that helps them on their journey.
About Hilary Davis: Hilary Davis is an ICF-certified coach, storyteller, and experience designer with a passion for helping people realize their greatest potential. She considers storytelling an innately human skill and is honored to teach this skill to others! She is on faculty at the Scaling Intimacy School of Experience Design, holds a CPCC from the Co-Active Training Institute, and regularly consults with companies like Asana, The North Face, Hello Fresh, SonderMind, and more. After eight foggy years in San Francisco, she now lives in her home state of Colorado where she serve her most demanding clients: two very small children.
About Tim Jones: A former pastor and graduate of the University of Southern California film school, Tim Jones is an Emmy-winning director and co-founder of Truce Media Collective (www.truce.media), a creative co-op agency and studio where he oversees storytelling and is developing original films and series. Tim also heads up Longer Tables (www.longertables.org), a non-profit reconnecting people of all walks of life at very long tables and shared meals.