gretchen jones’ altruism by design la workshop!

Exciting news! I’ve teamed up with Gretchen Jones on her inaugural ALTRUISM BY DESIGN tour as a co-host for the Los Angeles workshop! We’ll be gathering at the beautiful Light Lab studio on August 4 from 10am to 6pm. The workshop will cover the following topics:

1. Pattern Break – Activate & Engage Your Consumer Audience: Building a strong audience through activating and engaging qualitative and quantitative information within your business and creativity.

2. Killing it w/ Kindness – Learning Your Leadership Style: Empowering yourself, your staff, and your business through honing your mode of operating, both inside AND outside the studio.

3. Altruism in Design & Business – Build More Purposeful Processes: Aligning your creative and business practices– and your values– with a holistic approach to sustainability.

 

LOS ANGELES, CA
Saturday, August 4
10am – 6pm
$300

Register here!

 

There is no time like the present to invest in building your bigger picture– with integrity. I am so excited to get activated and engaged with Gretchen Jones, and to grow alongside the wonderful community here in Los Angeles.


Images from the Seattle workshop photographed by Jordan Carlson

Gretchen Jones is an award-winning fashion director, recent MBA (fashion) graduate from the London College of Fashion and a noted speaker on sustainability, creativity and design.

Gretchen’s vision has grown beyond collection design—she wants to change the way creative business is done. By inspiring and coaching  entrepreneurs and business leaders of all kinds, Gretchen is pulling together the threads of every aspect of her career. In partnership with creatives around the world, she’s helping designers double down on their real values, making things better for our environment, our communities, and ourselves—simultaneously and with purpose.

The Business of FashionWWDThe New York TimesStyle.comRefinery29ElleLuckyMarie ClaireNylonGlamourNew York Magazine, and many more have published Gretchen’s thinking and work. She’s spoken recently at SxSW in both the fashion and social impact tracks, as well as lecturing on fashion, design and business at Princeton and Columbia Universities, among others.

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