Entrepreneurial Gold Live Podcast
About This Show
Welcome to the Entrepreneurial Gold live podcast experience. Our mission is to deliver valuable nuggets of entrepreneurship designed to help shape, strengthen, and scale brands. With your participation, we plan to build a diversified networking forum, create an educational business media outlet dedicated to assisting entrepreneurial growth and economic equality in the Grand Rapids/West Michigan region, and unearth the richness of our community through sharing stories of why failure isn’t the end of the world, but a motivational push towards success.
We believe the Entrepreneurial Gold live podcast experience can create an advantageous mastermind space for a thriving entrepreneurial community passionate about serving and educating future generations of amazing entrepreneurs. In the process, an agreeable medium will be constructed allowing a multitude of individuals with unique strengths/gifts to co-mingle and connect for a cause greater than the sum of the moment at hand.
Most Recent Episode
How Art Drives Change - w/Dana Friis-Hansen & Yolonda Lavender
We have two fabulous speakers on this month's Entrepreneurial Gold. Dana Friis-Hansen, Director, and CEO, Grand Rapids Art Museum, and Yolonda Lavender, Executive Director, Black Arts & Cultural Center. They have graciously come to share some energizing artistic wisdom with us all. Let's lock-in and do more than just hear their thoughts, but let's listen to what all they have to bless us with.
Dana Friis-Hansen took the helm of the GRAM in July of 2011. Prior to joining GRAM, he most recently served as Executive Director of the Austin Museum of Art. He is an accomplished curator, writer, and editor with dozens of exhibitions, catalogs, books, articles, and published papers to his credit. Dana thrives off being a connector and igniter for the community of people he serves!
Yolonda Lavender is a national singer, songwriter, curator, composer, arranger and performing artist from Kalamazoo, whose sound is soul-based with the gospel, r&b, hip-hop, blues and jazz influences. In addition to her work at BACC, she is also the CEO of Soul Artistry LLC, as well as an advocate and activist using her artistry to spread the messages of peace and love and promote social justice to evoke change. Yolonda allows her action-oriented drive to empower her visions to reality.
Episodes of This Show
Oct 13, 2017
Oct 10, 2017