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What’s Compassion Got to Do With It? Exploring Compassion and Doing Business in Brattleboro
Admission is FREE. This program is a part of Compassionate Brattleboro’s series of conversations focused on exploring how to make compassion actionable in Brattleboro. The first panel in the series will take place on Wednesday, March 13. For up-to-date details about this event, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/767710663616056/
THIS PANEL WILL FEATURE:
Stephanie Bonin: Downtown Brattleboro Alliance, Executive Director
Adam Grinold: Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation, Executive Director
Kate O’Connor: Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director
Erin Scaggs: Elliot Street Fish, Chips, & More, Owner and Operator
Panel Moderator: Shanta Lee Gander
The discussion will explore these organizations and businesses while also asking key questions about the ways we can thinking about doing business in the region through the lens of compassion.
Questions we plan to explore include: What are the compassion practices of these Brattleboro businesses and organizations? How can we expand as it relates to blending compassion and business? The discussion will be moderated by consultant and artist Shanta Lee Gander.
MORE ABOUT COMPASSIONATE BRATTLEBORO:
Compassionate Brattleboro’s mission is to raise community awareness about the meaning of compassion in our lives, and ways in which compassion can influence the town’s government, the organizations and institutions within the town, and—most important—among the town’s citizens in our daily lives and interactions with others.