March 26, 2020
12:00pm to 1:00pm
The Riveter: Denver
2734 Walnut St.
Denver , CO 80205
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This event has been cancelled in an effort to practice social distancing related to the COVID-19 virus. Please visit this news post for more information. We will make every effort to reschedule the event in the future.
Dr. Sarabeth Berk is a hybrid professional who calls herself a Creative Disruptor. She blends her artist/researcher/educator/designer identities together to lead innovation strategy and systems design for organizations seeking to connect different stakeholders and silos together for greater impact. As a researcher, Sarabeth studies hybrid professional identity. Sarabeth obtained her PhD in Curriculum Studies and Teaching from the University of Denver, and has degrees from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Rhode Island School of Design.
Learn how to become a Hybrid Professional: How to Brand Your Multiple Professional Identities. If you do more than one thing in your work, then you ARE more than one thing. How do you create a professional identity that encompasses your multiple professional identities without sounding like a master of none? We'll discuss hybrid professionals and how these workers blend and combine their identities together to work from the intersections. The intersections are where a hybrid’s unique professional value lies, and once hybrids know how to articulate these spaces to their clients or employer, they’re better able to differentiate, market and brand themselves in the workforce. This is a revolutionary concept that’s certain to help you rethink your professional identity and reveal how you can craft a better title for yourself that actually signals who you are and what you do.
Lunch Lab is our career / personal development arm and includes topics chosen by our members and a lunchtime, seminar-style experience.
Noon-12:10pm: Registration, networking and lunch
12:45pm-1:00pm: Q&A, networking
The Riveter: Denver