Please join us on Wednesday, May 10th from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM where we will have our first Personal Branding workshop lead by our guest speaker Krystal Covington, Director of Public Relations and Customer Service at Natural Grocers. To complement this workshop, our very own J. Klamm will be providing complimentary professional headshots for participants directly after the event. A headshot sign up available upon event check in for time slots going until 3pm.
This event has limited seating. Please notify us if your availability changes (firstname.lastname@example.org). We look forward to seeing you there!
Krystal is a PR and branding expert currently serving as Director of Public Relations and Customer Service at Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage. She has led the launch of multi-million dollar projects and has worked directly with leaders of companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500. Krystal is a TEDx presenter, national speaker and trainer, and founder and CEO of Women of Denver, a social enterprise association.
About J. Klamm
J. owns and manages several business to business call skills, ensuring the day to day functionality, training, and processes run smoothly. He joined the Dish team as an agent in 2010 after 6… Read more and comment
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