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Riding the Waves: Self-Care While Hustling

  • The Womens Building 3543 18th Street San Francisco, CA, 94110 United States (map)
 Come learn how to be a more effective entrepreneur, manage fear and negative self-talk, and discover self-care resources while you hustle.   Agenda:   6:30-6:45pm -  Networking   6:45-7:00 -  Welcome and Intros  -- "Give and Take," announce your social impact business offerings and needs  7:00-8:00 -  Program and Q&A   8:00-8:30 -  Networking  -- Connect with other attendees!   Snacks and drinks provided.    About the Speaker:   Caroline Caselli is the founder of Haven Connect, a technology company that democratizes access to affordable housing. The company streamlines the paper-based affordable housing application process and relieves the administrative burden on property managers and low-income clients alike. Caroline started the company after spending 4 years as a social worker and handwriting innumerable housing applications on behalf of her clients. She previously worked as a case manager at a homeless family shelter, and as a support service manager for the Tenderloin Housing Clinic where she oversaw 5 single room occupancy residential hotels, with over 700 tenants. Caroline graduated cum laude from the University of Southern California, majoring in Gender Studies and Communication, with a minor in Photography. She was born and raised in San Jose, CA, with three international stints living in Argentina, South Africa, and Australia.

Come learn how to be a more effective entrepreneur, manage fear and negative self-talk, and discover self-care resources while you hustle.

Agenda:

6:30-6:45pm - Networking

6:45-7:00 - Welcome and Intros -- "Give and Take," announce your social impact business offerings and needs

7:00-8:00 - Program and Q&A

8:00-8:30 - Networking -- Connect with other attendees!

Snacks and drinks provided.

About the Speaker:

Caroline Caselli is the founder of Haven Connect, a technology company that democratizes access to affordable housing. The company streamlines the paper-based affordable housing application process and relieves the administrative burden on property managers and low-income clients alike. Caroline started the company after spending 4 years as a social worker and handwriting innumerable housing applications on behalf of her clients. She previously worked as a case manager at a homeless family shelter, and as a support service manager for the Tenderloin Housing Clinic where she oversaw 5 single room occupancy residential hotels, with over 700 tenants. Caroline graduated cum laude from the University of Southern California, majoring in Gender Studies and Communication, with a minor in Photography. She was born and raised in San Jose, CA, with three international stints living in Argentina, South Africa, and Australia.