Name:Lunch WISE Wednesday - Side Hustles! - POSTPONED
Date:April 15, 2020
Time:11:45 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
POSTPONED - Stay tuned for future details
Join us for this panel discussion to learn about:
Take the leap?Don?t procrastinate for perfection
Time Management?Ways to be present and still ?side hustle?
Staying Motivated in a Competitive Marketplace
Jodie Snavely is the Group Tour/Media Director at Destination Mansfield ? Richland County and can proudly say she has been with the company for 32 years.
She organized and implemented these Shawshank events: 20-Year Reunion, 20th Anniversary and the successful 25th Anniversary. She also maintains the Shawshank Trail and Haunted Mansfield web sites, social platforms, print materials, ads and related events.
She develops themed itineraries for group tours to create destination awareness and assists influencers visiting the area.
In her free time, she runs ½ marathons and creates custom-made leather dog collars.
Amy is the mother of two beautiful children. She?s always been one to challenge herself whether that be in academics, athletics, or in the business arena. Her professional background is in education as she has her Master?s Degree in Educational Leadership and her Bachelor?s Degree in Early Childhood Education. In 2009, Amy started her first side hustle in direct sales with Premier Designs Jewelry as she also worked full-time as a 3rd grade teacher. Her goal was to pay off her student loan debt (over $50,000), pay cash for her wedding, and earn enough to be a stay-at-home mother. Thanks to that side-hustle, she did all of that. In the summer of 2018, Amy saw the Richland County Foundation advertising its first ever, Idea Audition. She decided to apply with her first invention, Gate Genie, a fabric cover for ugly baby/pet gates. Although Gate Genie was not as successful as anticipated, she learned about the challenges and barriers of being a start-up company/entrepreneur. She applauds all entrepreneurs who are successful and encourages you to support small businesses.
Bray Adams is a resident of Mansfield, Ohio, a registered nurse, and works as a Clinical Outcome Manager for OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital. She is also known as ?Henry?s Mom? and is a wife to Cole Adams. Bray graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree after she departed from Columbus College of Art and Design. Though she left art school behind, her love and passion for art always remained forefront. Painting, sculpting and fashion design are some of Bray?s favorite ways to express art. As a creative outlet, she began making herself polymer clay jewelry. This evolved into her taking the leap to open her shop Clay Statements 419 on Etsy. Opening the shop has allowed her to share her passion with others and has created many self-growth and development opportunities she is grateful for.
This collaborative series exclusively for women is being co-hosted by the Richland Area Chamber of Commerce, Mind Body Align, and the Small Business Development Center at Ashland University. Each month we'll have a time of powerful networking, a motivational "TED-type" talk as well as a chance to learn more about your community. We look forward to having you join us!