I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be joining Langara College’s Self Employment Program as an Instructor and Business Advisor. A few of my clients are successful graduates of this program, and I have been conducting some workshops there for recent graduates. So, when Kofi Ohene-Asante, the Program Manager, suggested that I join their team, it seemed like a natural fit. I love the staff there, and am excited to be now working with aspiring entrepreneurs right from the start of their journey to become successful business owners.
The Langara SE program provides 48 weeks of income support for entrepreneurs while they are building their business plans and launching their businesses. More details on the program can be found on the Self Employment website.
Fall seems like a good time for growth. In addition to my new role in Langara and my growing business coaching practice, I’m also eager to kick off our next series of Vancouver Enterprising Moms Network sessions. We have a great list of speakers lined up for the fall, and I’m in the process of finalizing details for our Richmond Chapter launch in November of this year. If you are a mom entrepreneur or mom-entrepreneur-to-be in Richmond, or know of one, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can include you in my launch email list!
As I reflect on this amazing journey so far, I am thankful for all the support I’ve received from you – my family and friends, my business mentors and coaches, my amazing clients, and my supportive network of entrepreneurs and supporters. I look forward to working with you on building and growing businesses in the months and years to come!