WOMEN BUILT2SCALE September 10 Webinar | 11 am PDT

SPACE TO SCALE: Co-Working + Community-Building

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Book recommendation shared in the webinar:  How Women Rise.

Charlene SanJenko, Founder + CEO, PowHERhouse Media Group

Co-Working + Community-Building to Scale | Helping Women + Entrepreneurs Scale their Growth, Influence, and IMPACT

Monday, September 10th @ 11 am PDT, we'll DIG-INTO Co-Working + Community-Building to Scale and how these activities help women (entrepreneurs, innovators, leaders, game-changers) to scale their growth, influence & impact.  We'll take the conversation far past 'renting a desk-space' and really dig into what these innovators are up to and fired up about in their organizations and why.


Meet our WOMENBUILT2SCALE webinar special guests below.

Charlene SanJenko - PowHERhouse Founder + CEO


Justin Lee, PATH Cowork

Ever since Justin laced up his first pair of Nike basketball shoes he understood the power of marketing. His “just do it” mentality lead him to receive his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan, majoring in marketing.
Justin comes from a marketing background, with both freelancing and agency experience. Branding is his speciality and leading teams is his passion.
Justin has recently entered the Coworking realm in Regina, Saskatchewan and is the General Manager at the recently opened PATH Cowork.

Christina Carlson, Queen City Collective

Christina Carlson is a Business Consultant and Managing Principal of Carlson Consulting Services. Christina uses her expertise in facilitation and transitioning change to guide organizations through a constructive, actionable evolution towards their future state goals. With over 9 years of project management, change management and management system experience, she is a vital asset to projects and organizations. Christina works diligently to ensure celebration, recognition and gratitude are built into organizational processes and successful outcomes of an organization.

She is also the owner of Queen City Collective, a community coworking space that celebrates the pursuit of entrepreneurship through collaboration, creativity, and innovation.


Meredith Garritsen, Hervana

After a rewarding 10-year career in renewable energy, I was ready to embark on my own venture. I wanted create something that aligned with my values and interests, and served to fill a gap that I had experienced.  I founded Hervana Coworking Collective, the only women focused coworking community in Vancouver in 2017. We opened our physical location in July 2018. My mission is to provide a space for women to thrive, to build and grow their business, to advance their careers and hone their leadership skills, or simply to find an encouraging and uplifting community.

Outside Hervana, I am a passionate Pacific NorthWest-er who loves the rain, the fog, the old trees, and the wild that makes our region unique. I can be found walking the trails with my two dogs, Boss and Happy, and patiently waiting for the next Dr Who season to premiere.


Angie Barnard, the network hub

Angie is a die-hard for making it happen. It’s practically impossible to have a conversation with her without encountering about twelve things you could be doing to boost your business. Where others see constraints, Angie relishes in the glow of opportunity. She is passionate about empowering property owners & business decision makers to design, build and manage co-working, co-living, co-production facilities in regionally distinctive destinations as a means to achieve economic impact in the creative & technology sectors.

Angie can often be caught using the expression “from surviving to thriving,” which is the inspiration behind her 2018+ pursuits – training for her next trail run, working to expand The Network Hub in the region, and launching be|SMART ultimate business event series.

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