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Learning with Lovin': Choosing Your Business Partners
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Massachusetts
Date: May 19, 2021 to May 19, 2021
Where: Massachusetts, Massachusetts,, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, 01776
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Event Type: Other
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There's power in partnership! Join Lovin' Spoonfuls for our second session in our Learning with Lovin' professional development series focused on "Choosing Your Business Partners." Hear from us and our community partners about how building strategic relationships has helped us to meet our business objectives. Panelists will also be taking your questions! Register for FREE! We'll send you a Zoom link on May 19 to join the webinar. ***REGISTRATION LINK*** NOTE: Registration is required through the link above and will cut off on May 19 at 11 am. MEET THE PANELISTS Mia Alvarado: Executive Director Roxbury Youthworks, a Lovin' Spoonfuls' non-profit partner Kiera Penpeci: Founder and Principal Consultant of Primed OD, with whom Lovin' Spoonfuls partners around ongoing DEI/anti-racism education and training Lucy Darragh: Director of Corporate Citizenship Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, which included Lovin' Spoonfuls in its community response to the COVID-19 pandemic Ashley Stanley: Founder and Executive Director of Lovin' Spoonfuls Conversation moderated by Abbey Niezgoda, Friends of Lovin' Spoonfuls Member and NBC 10 Boston reporter. ABOUT Learning with Lovin' is a free professional development webinar series by Lovin' Spoonfuls. Lovin' Spoonfuls is a 501c3 non-profit food rescue headquartered in Boston. Spoonfuls is dedicated to facilitating the rescue and distribution of healthy, fresh food that would otherwise be discarded. We pick up wholesome, perishable food from grocery stores, produce wholesalers, farms, and farmers markets, and distribute it, same day, to over 180 non-profits that feed people facing food insecurity across Massachusetts. We work to bridge the gap between abundance and need by alleviating hunger and addressing the impact that wasted food has on our community and our planet.
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