Speaker alumni dinners are open EXCLUSIVELY to FindSpark Premium Members.
Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Featured Guest: Morgan Thompson, Associate Merchandising Director, Seventeen
Featured Guest: Eleanor Whitney, Community Outreach Coordinator, Shapeways
Location: Center for Social Innovation, 601 West 26th Street, Suite 325, New York
Dress: Business Casual
FindSpark Day-In-The-Life Dinners offer an intimate, comfortable environment where you can network with a small group and gain in-depth insight from our fantastic guest speakers. Hear their career stories and tips first hand, whether they focus on resume writing, interview etiquette or troubleshooting a creative block. You’ll come away with inspiration, new connections and friends.
Attendees will enjoy a 10-20 minute presentation from our speaker, open discussion and casual conversation, Q&A and ice breakers, and delicious eats from Bareburger.
Our 2014 FindSpark Dinner lineup features FindSpark speaker alumni from leading New York companies including CollegeHumor, Seventeen Magazine, and The New York Times.
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Morgan Thompson is the Associate Merchandising Director at Seventeen Magazine where she serves as a style expert and event host. A lover of all things pop culture, Morgan set out for a career in journalism and entertainment after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to her role at Seventeen, Morgan worked for Carat, an advertising agency, and held marketing positions at Parenting Magazine, CosmoGirl Magazine, and Redbook Magazine. Morgan is also the co-host of the television show “Profiles,” a celebrity interview program in New York.
Special thanks to our partner: Bareburger
Bareburger is a micro-chain of organic burger restaurants that offer mouth-watering organic burgers and sandwiches, fresh salads, delicious shakes and sharable snacks in environmentally sustainable, eco-friendly locations. They believe organic food tastes better and is better for you, and that sourcing ingredients locally benefits our communities. The Bareburger menu features a variety of meats, including traditional beef, chicken, turkey and lamb; exotic options such as elk, bison, ostrich and boar; and mushroom, veggie and black bean burgers for our vegetarian and vegan guests. Bareburger also offers a number of savory and sweet salads, organic beer and wine, and kid-friendly cubby meals for the littlest diners. To learn more, please visit www.bareburger.com.