The SLOW Movement: A More Meaningful Approach
Wednesday, October 24th
Grapevine: Seattle, Washington
GRAPEVINE IS A UNIQUE BLEND OF INSPIRATION AND INFORMATION, COMMUNITY AND CONVERSATION, FRIENDSHIP AND FOCUS. WE GATHER TO LISTEN TO AN OUTSTANDING SPEAKER AND SUPPORT AND CHALLENGE EACH OTHER.
On Wednesday, October 24th, Debra Prinzing will moderate a panel on the SLOW Movement for Seattle’s Grapevine lecture series. The other panelists include:
Katie Searle, an editor, writer and small business owner based in Portland, Oregon. She is a co-founder of Kinfolk magazine, and the Ouur apparel, homewares and accessories brand. Katie currently works as an independent philanthropy consultant and grant writer for social service organizations and non-profits.
Jill Donnelly, Buyer and Sales Manager for Baby & Company has dedicated herself to The Slow Fashion Movement which is most easily understood by the comprehension of its negative opposite.
Jen Doak, proprietress of Brimmer & Heeltap has always loved the conviviality of a neighborhood spot and has longed for a ‘bistro meets pub’ of her own. Jen is a Seattle local with over two decades of experience in the wine and hospitality industries. She is an avid menu collector, ordained minister, and a collector of new experiences locally and globally.
About Grapevine Seattle’s Founders
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