Incubate Mentor Meets Dinner – 9-5 life vs the creative pathway
November 24, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm| $27.46
Come and enjoy a delicious meal and have some great discussion on important topics! This is a chance for some informal mentoring where you get to hear how others are handling some issues that are important to you, as well as share your own experiences. Incubate Foundation invites you to join us as we not only hear from experts on particular topics but to ask questions and have discussions around topics that matter!
We have 3 different sessions coming up and spots are limited so book yourself in quickly, to the session you’d like to attend.
Saturday 24th November @6.30pm – 9-5 life vs the creative pathway? Is one better than the other?
Our night will be MC’d by Valentine Wangui. Born and raised in Kenya, Valentine believes in changing people’s lives by helping them fulfill their optimal potential. A current chiropractor and concurrently studying chiropractic pediatrics, Valentine’s interests lay in music, writing, poetry, and arts. She desires to use music and writing to tell stories that are inspired by the past and will change and influence the future. Her passion is to see people prosper in the spheres of influence at every level.
Meet our panelists:
Abbey Mag – Abbey is a social media influencer, curator and social advocate of South Sudanese origin. A current Marketing and Humans Resource Management student, Abbey’s interests lay in the use of social media and how it can be utilised as a means of telling stories and changing narratives.
Katinda Ndola – Katinda is an author, speaker, facilitator, mentor/coach and a passionate advocate in personal development and human potential. She helps people become confident and build their self-esteem muscles, by showing them how to wake up inspired ready to tackle the challenges in life and work, feel trusted and valued throughout the day, and return home feeling fulfilled.
Dee Mbugua – When Dee Mbugua is not detangling her kinky hair, you may find her in a Court or Tribunal in Melbourne advocating for workers as an Employment and Industrial Lawyer. She has an affinity for the arts and the written word and if she could go through life expressing herself only using paper and pen, she would. Dee enjoys discovering new things and thinks traveling should be compulsory.”
Come along and enjoy the night with your friends!