This is a business group for professionals who desire growth in their career and personal life who is business owner, c-suite executive, or key leader identifying as a person of color (aka, PoC), woman, or veteran. We choose these identifyers because it’s who we are. As the owners, we’re proud to represent and help those who are looking for assitance.
We do not discriminate. This group welcomes all who choose to join. The focus is building each other’s business, while keeping the balance of purpose and reality. It’s undeniable that balance can be difficult no matter which industry, age, race or region we live in. Nevertheless, we still crave community within both circles of life, professional and personal.
Create a safe space for local leaders to build authentic community providing for personal and professional growth. It’s more on connecting, rather than networking.
Be the connection needed to grow your business.
We embrace diversity
Family is Community
Money doesn’t discriminate, nor should business
Give more than you take
TBA in late 2020
Jan 15, 2020 @ 8:00-9:30am @ NW & Associates, LLC
Apr 16, 2020 @ 8:00-9:30am @ Clark County Historical Museum (current RSVP)
Jul xx, 2020 @ 8:00-9:30am @ TBD
Oct xx, 2020 @ 8:00-9:30am @ TBD
Happy Hour Dates:
Feb 26, 2020 @ 5:00-7:00pm @ Vancouver
May 13, 2020 @ TBD
Aug xx, 2020 @ TBD
Nov 11, 2020 @ TBD
Family Fun Dates:
Mar 21, 2020 @ 2:00-400pm @ Big Al’s Bowling Center (cancelled due to COVID-19)
Jun 06, 2020 @ 2:00-400pm @ Big Al’s Bowling Center
Sep 05, 2020 @ TBD @ TBD
Dec 12, 2020 @ TBD @ TBD
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Page Revised on 01/21/2020
Nathan says, “I got tired of driving to Portland for all my business. There ae too many of us are out here [in Vancouver] looking to start and grow our business, but it’s hard finding the people who look like us, talk like me, and share the same values.”
Nathan says, “It’s my God-given talent to connect people. I don’t want to get to heaven and tell God I didn’t use my gifts.”
Nathan says, “Anyone can attend, but the focus is on those three group because it’s not the majority of the business community.”
Check back in the latter part of 2020.
Nathan says, “No. It’s about connecting to each other other than work. We no longer need to seperate our lives anymore. This is the 21st century- let’s learn how to bring a better balance to life.”