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Saturday, October 21 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
How Young Entrepreneurs Can Help Lead Social Change | Youth Leadership
Two young Bay Area social entrepreneurs share their experiences turning their passion into a community-benefiting enterprise and show us how we too can take what makes us feel most alive and turn it into our own personal business models to make a positive impact on our communities while making a profit. The just and sustainable future we know is possible needs us all to step fully into our passion and purpose.  Facilitated by Trang Tran, aManda Greene and Kelly Elizabeth Ortega of Youth Impact Hub Oakland.

Workshop Speakers
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aManda Greene

aManda Greene, a Brazilian/American artist involved in arts and ecological development programs in the U.S., Brazil and India, has been working in the Bay Area since 2009 helping young leaders revitalize inner-city communities by developing social enterprises. Co-founder/Co-Director of Youth Impact Hub Oakland, aManda also serves on the board of The Hood Incubator and is a member of... Read More →
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Kelly Elizabeth Ortega

Kelly Elizabeth Ortega, of Mexican and Salvadoran ancestry, is a holistic wellness advocate, social entrepreneur, yoga teacher, ritual leader, cultural events curator, herbalist and dietician.
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Trang Tran

Trang Tran, a queer, gender-nonconforming, Vietnamese immigrant born in Saigon who grew up in the East Bay, works within the Vietnamese community to heal trauma and develop community resilience through the QTViệt Café, an Oakland-based social enterprise that aims to uplift quee... Read More →

Saturday October 21, 2017 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Youth Unity Center
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