COVID -19 SPARKS INNOVATION AMONG YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS
Updated: Jun 24, 2020
Industry Experts Come Together to Provoke Change Through Creativity
Time for T.E.A. will host their first virtual tea and panel discussion, “Responding to a Crisis with Creativi’TEA,’ on Saturday, June 20, 2020. Expert industry professionals from fashion and beauty Ana Buitrago, Melanie Pace, and Wellta Boualaphanh, money moves Kim Wang and Maggie Gomez, music and the arts, Deejay Young, Chris Pyrate, and Ayoinmotion, and leadership, Franchesca Chavez and Anna Zakkery will come together to share how individuals can use their creative talents to better humanity and spur thought provoking conversations that matter to our community.
“I am so excited for our first virtual event. With all that has gone on in our country, I wanted to be able to bring hope and awareness to how people can make an impact in their communities,” said Tracey Phipps, Founder of Time for T.E.A.
The organization’s mission is to cultivate a culture of women and girls in diversity and age to gather consistently to engage and educate one another around the nation.
“Traditionally, our face to face events allow women to network and have open and honest conversation about relevant topics we encounter throughout our journeys in life, career, and just seeking to be successful women,” Tracey explained. “Due to COVID -19, I felt this was an opportunity to not only highlight women and men that are making a difference during this time, but share ways that people can use what they have to empower and uplift.”
This event is free and open to the virtual public with the option to donate towards the organization’s Time for T.E.A. Teens initiative. Attendees must register for the event.
Learn more about Time for TEA and this first virtual tea event by visiting www.Time4TeaOrlando.com