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Tuesday, November 17 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Working Women, Working Mothers

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Working Women, Working Mothers aims to highlight moms that have demonstrated an array of community contributions, both through their work and extracurriculars. As a part of Startup Wisconsin Week, we’re hosting two entrepreneurs that have navigated starting a business and balancing motherhood in one swoop.

About our guests >>
Quyen Hom is a mother of one and owner of Assembly Shop based in Stevens Point. In addition to running her small business and raising her little one. Quyen has been pursuing an MBA and will graduate next Spring. Quyen is the founder of the Be All the Things Scholarship - funded through purchases from her shop the scholarship is awarded every year to two non-traditional or BIPOC students attending UW-Stevens Point.

Kendall Bramwell is the owner of Northern Interiors. She’s lived in Eau Claire for five years with her husband and two children. Her son, Carson is a sixth-grader at South and loves playing hockey. Her daughter, Elin is a fourth-grader at Robbins and loves swim team. She started her business in early 2019 and it has grown faster than she ever could have imagined. She loves sharing the joy of entrepreneurship with her two kids.

Moderated by Elaine Coughlin of CoLab - a co-working space in Downtown Eau Claire.

Again, this panel is being held in conjunction with Startup Eau Claire week - a part of a wider statewide Startup Wisconsin Week.

Please download the free app Zoom - which you can access on mobile or laptops. You will need to RSVP through this link to register + participate: www.redlettergrant.org/workshops-events/nov-working-women-working-mothers


Elaine Coughlin

Community Manager, CoLab
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Becca Cooke

Founder, Executive Director, Red Letter Grant
Becca Cooke is an entrepreneur and small business owner from Eau Claire, WI.She is the founder and executive director of Red Letter Grant, a non-profit organization that provides technical support, networking opportunities, and start-up capital to women-owned businesses throughout ten counties in western Wisconsin.Becca is a Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Board Member where she serves as Board Secretary... Read More →

Tuesday November 17, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm CST
Eau Claire Eau Claire, WI, USA