Being okay with failure, even in front of your friends, can be very hard. Join us with Kelsey Crowe to learn how to create a wide network for influence and help, using your social support system for resilience and validation when it just feels oh so hard. Kelsey has made her way through the 'swamp' of entrepreneurship, as founder of the nonprofit Help Each Other Out, and recently published a book.
About the Speaker:
Kelsey is co-author of the best selling book There Is No Good Card for This: What to say and do when life is scary, awful, and unfair to the people you love and founder of the nonprofit Help Each Other Out in San Francisco. She earned her doctorate in social welfare at the University of California, Berkeley, and teaches social work at California State University. She hopes for a day when no one has to suffer a personal trial alone because the people around them just didn’t know what to do or say.