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Tuesday, October 29 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Building Capacity through Entrepreneurial Mindset Education

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Guided by the belief that entrepreneurialism is a mindset, this session will interactively explore meaningful ways to recognize and invest in entrepreneurial thinking among young people. Presenters will share specific examples in which young people from South King County tapped into their entrepreneurial skills to create and share meaningful narratives about their home cultures and traditions, using multimedia and other creative medium. In doing so, these young people practiced 21st Century skills (technology, arts, critical thinking, creativity, collaboration) while enriching the larger social and cultural fabric of communities in the region by weaving their own stories.

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Charis May Hnin

Charis M. Hnin has been in community development sector for the last twelve years. Charis believes she is wired to be entrepreneurial because she infuses innovative perspectives and practices no matter what she does. Her entrepreneurial practices started at the age of sixteen when... Read More →
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Providence Kamana

Providence Kamana advises the Talitha team with his grounded and in-depth expertise in youth development for culturally and ethnically diverse communities. He currently works as Youth Development Coordinator for Congolese Integration Network which is based in South King County. Providence... Read More →
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Sean Puno

Creative Producer, Puno Productions
Sean Puno owns and operates Puno Productions, a multimedia design firm. Sean partners with Talitha Consults to offer cutting-edge visual communication tools (photography, videography, infographics and maps) for their clients. After working in Hollywood as Movie Trailer Editor and... Read More →

Tuesday October 29, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT