On my walk over to the Minneapolis Institute of Art on one of the first frigid mornings of the Minnesota winter, I had no idea what to expect from the event to come. It was my first experience with Creative Mornings — “a breakfast lecture series for the creative community.” I knew it was a departure from the standard networking events I’d been attending. Less industry best practices, more perspective on how creativity shapes our community as a whole. I never expected I’d leave feeling more empowered as a female creative. Especially when I considered the topic of discussion was death and music in Minnesota.
After last night, we have reason to believe makers actually is short for movers and shakers. Twelve amazing women shared stories of celebration, inspiration and innovation in a series of five-minute talks, and it’s safe to say there was a buzz of possibility in the air afterward.
At the 2017 MIMA Summit, there was a lot to be inspired by. Working professionals, founders, and CEOs all shared their stories over the course of the day, and we couldn’t help but feel motivated to drive change in the workplace.
Join us as two fiercely talented women debate the best path to leadership. Do you seek internal promotion? Or outside opportunity?