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Theme: (sustain)Ability

This event occurred on
March 30, 2023
6:30pm - 8:30pm EDT
(UTC -4hrs)
Bloomington, Indiana
United States

What abilities can allow individuals, communities and environments to sustain? In this salon event we will take a look at different traits and techniques that enable long-term sustainability at the personal level, within communities and businesses, and on environmental scales as well.

Monroe County Public Library Auditorium
303 East Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana, 47408
United States
Event type:
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Ashley Butler

Ashley Butler is a physician and the founder and CEO of MySherri, a premium boutique home management company that employs and deploys an excellent workforce designed to normalize support at home while reducing the guilt and shame associated with asking for help. Butler’s years of experience with food and housing insecurity propels her to ensure that each of her employees achieves their own balance with a living wage, paid time off, and growth opportunities at MySherri.

Robert Kunzman

Rob Kunzman is a former high school teacher and now professor of Curriculum Studies and Philosophy of Education at Indiana University. His scholarship explores the moral and civic purposes of schooling. He also teaches courses in the Hutton Honors College, including “What Is a Good Education?” and “Failure, and How We Can Learn From It.”

Stephanie Wang

Dr. Stephanie Lu Wang is an Associate Professor at Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. She is one of the Poets & Quant’s Best 40-Under-40 Business School Professors in 2022. She is a mother of two boys and a spouse of a serial entrepreneur.

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