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Startup Grind is one of the biggest communities of entrepreneurs in partnership with Google for Startups. Our mission is to help every entrepreneur in the world. We do so by hosting a monthly recurring event to inspire, educate, and connect entrepreneurs.
In this fireside chat, we welcome, Mallory Whitfield, the Founder and Keynote Speaker of TowardsTogether. Mallory brings 15 years of experience as an entrepreneur and ready to share her stories of success and failure. We'll be diving into everything from authentic personal branding & relationship building for startups to DIY marketing and creating your own opportunities and events.
1. A give first opportunity to get help with your startup. You'll have the opportunity to be introduced to and connect with the right people.
2. A fireside chat with Mallory Whitfield, Founder & Keynote Speaker of TowardsTogether
3. A networking session in which attendees talk to each other freely over drinks and delicious snacks. There's no Startup Grind where you don't leave with new friends and exciting connections.
Come out for a great night of networking, food, and stories. Be sure to use the #startupgrindBR when posting about the event.
Founder & Keynote Speaker - Towards Together
Mallory Whitfield is an accomplished New Orleans-based artist, performer, and keynote speaker. Through her signature keynote performance, Towards Together, she is redefining what "normal" means, reimagining how we relate to other people, and guiding us along the path to a kinder, more inclusive world.Read More
Mallory Whitfield is an accomplished New Orleans-based artist, performer, and keynote speaker. Through her signature keynote performance, Towards Together, she is redefining what "normal" means, reimagining how we relate to other people, and guiding us along the path to a kinder, more inclusive world.
She has spoken at numerous conferences and events and worked with organizations like Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management, West Texas A&M University, Louisiana Small Business Development Center, Creative Education Foundation, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, Alt Summit, and many more. In 2016, she was named one of Gambit’s 40 Under 40, which salutes the brightest innovators, artists, and professionals in New Orleans.
As Director of Marketing at LookFar, she spearheaded the expansion of the 3rd & 4th annual Ada Lovelace Awards, which honors women in technology from across the Gulf South region. She also curates and publishes LookFar’s Southern Startup Report, a twice-monthly newsletter covering the latest tech startup happenings in the American Southeast.