Oct 27

Community Innovation and Entrepreneurship during the Pandemic

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  • Add to Calendar 2021-10-27 18:00:00 2021-10-27 19:00:00 Community Innovation and Entrepreneurship during the Pandemic Join us for a Community Conversation about community building, resilience, and innovation with Harlem and Washington Heights leaders who reimagined their businesses and nonprofit organizations during the pandemic. This event will feature the following community panelists: PETRUSHKA BAZIN LARSEN, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Sugar Hill Creamery, Harlem’s First Family Owned Handmade Ice cream Shop VERONICA SANTIAGO LIU ’02, Founder & General Coordinator of Word Up Community Bookshop SHYVONNE SANGANOO, Director of Education, Figure Skating in Harlem This virtual event is part of the Office of Community Engagement and Inclusion’s Community Conversations initiative. Open to students, faculty, staff and alumnae, participants engage in dialogue, working together to discover creative solutions to social justice issues and community-identified needs. Hosted in partnership with Barnard Alumnae, the Athena Center for Leadership, and the Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for Well-Being. Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

Join us for a Community Conversation about community building, resilience, and innovation with Harlem and Washington Heights leaders who reimagined their businesses and nonprofit organizations during the pandemic.

This event will feature the following community panelists:

PETRUSHKA BAZIN LARSEN, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Sugar Hill Creamery, Harlem’s First Family Owned Handmade Ice cream Shop

VERONICA SANTIAGO LIU ’02, Founder & General Coordinator of Word Up Community Bookshop

SHYVONNE SANGANOO, Director of Education, Figure Skating in Harlem

This virtual event is part of the Office of Community Engagement and Inclusion’s Community Conversations initiative. Open to students, faculty, staff and alumnae, participants engage in dialogue, working together to discover creative solutions to social justice issues and community-identified needs.

Hosted in partnership with Barnard Alumnae, the Athena Center for Leadership, and the Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for Well-Being.