Ever think to yourself, "wow, I want to do what they're doing," or "I bet working for myself would be easier than working for a company... I'd be happier," or "if I had (fill in the blank) I'd go out on my own"?

As with all things in life, entrepreneurship has pros and cons to it. Join us on Wednesday, September 25th as our featured speakers talk about the good, the bad, and the f*cking ugly moments of entrepreneurship.

The event is FREE to attend, but we ask that you RSVP so we can have a proper headcount.


Greg Jackson: Adopted Charlottean and father of three girls, Greg was a rapper and a sous chef when the September 2016 protests began following the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. He, along with others, protested the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department at its headquarters, but It would be a crucial conversation that day that changed his trajectory in life. Serving the community and being a bridge of communication between the community and its officials is what drives him.  In his words "If everybody did a little, no one will have to do a lot".

Calla Hales: Activist and executive director of A Preferred Women's Health Center, with multiple abortion clinics in the Southeastern United States. Her work in activism focuses on clinic harassment, abortion access, and survivorship advocacy. She is currently a board member of Charlotte for Choice.

Marc Jacksina: Undertaker. Shooter of shit. VW lover. Fancier of grits. Potter. Poet. Husband. Dad. Disruptor. Chef. Marc is also the host of order/fire, author of Nicotine Jukebox (a collection of poems), and a candid sharer of his journey into recovery.

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