Philly Freelance Events

"Is it time to review and refresh your services and offerings?" with Michelle Freeman

Tuesday

Aug 11

2020

35 people went

Tuesday, Aug 11, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT


[Shown to members only]

[Shown to members only]


2020 has flipped us on our heads. As a small business owner or freelancer, you may be trying to navigate a new world where your former services aren’t as applicable anymore or your offerings may be feeling a bit lopsided. This interactive workshop will offer ideas and insights on how to review and refresh your services and take an opportunity to offer something new. We’ll also have time to share challenges some are going through and offer some peer-to-peer feedback and advice to one another. 

Presented by: Michelle Freeman, CEO, Witty Gritty

Social Media Handles: @micheemichee520, @wittygrittyphl (Inst & Twitter) 

MICHELLE FREEMAN
CEO, WITTY GRITTY 

As a lifelong resident, Michelle is strongly committed to Philadelphia. She dedicates much of her work on creating programs and events that highlight civic-minded people and projects through her company, Witty Gritty. Witty Gritty brings communities together and strives to connect people with resources and each other through experiences and engagement. 

In a pursuit to deepen understanding and relationships on the neighborhood level, Witty Gritty tells stories “from all angles” through their online publication, CityWide Stories. 

Michelle has developed and helped to evolve programs like: Amplify Philly, Urban Consulate, TEDxPhiladelphia, and Flying Kite On the Ground. She sits on the board of SkatePhilly, Citizens Planning Institute, and Small But Mighty Arts. She is also the Philadelphia Chapter Host for CreativeMornings and a member of the Philadelphia Global Identity Project Leadership Council.

Michelle was named one of Drexel University's "40 Under 40" in 2015 and a top “Keeper and Connector” by Leadership Philadelphia in 2014. She was also named an Emerging Leader by the Philly DoGooder Awards in 2013, received the Emerging Leader Award from the Forum of Executive Women in 2011, and is part of the Economy League’s Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange. 

In her free time, Michelle DJs (vinyl only!) and plays bass and sings in grrrl punk band, Thee Glitterbombs. She resides in South Philly with her husband and two cats. 

ABOUT WITTY GRITTY: Witty Gritty creates purpose-driven experiences. We showcase and connect our clients through engagement and experiences. Using creativity and connection to ignite change, Witty Gritty breaks down barriers to develop authentic and meaningful collaborations. We believe civic engagement is the key to equitable and stronger communities and neighborhoods. 

People first and neighborhood-focused. We take extra care in our marketing and outreach approach, using tools both online and offline to reach audiences and communities, meeting them where they are at. We create opportunities and experiences to bring communities together and strive to connect people with resources and each other. For more information about our company, clients and team, please visit: www.wittygritty.com




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