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Beyond the Hustle and Finding Flow: Strategies to nourish your mind, body, and soul in the nonprofit workplace

Thu, March 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Museum Hue is pleased to partner with Make Ideas Work on the Work Smarter, Not Harder Speaker Series. Join us for the Work Smarter, Not Harder Speaker Series, a dynamic conversation designed to equip you with practical strategies and actionable insights to boost your productivity, prioritize effectively, and achieve greater work-life harmony in the nonprofit sector. This is more than just a speaker series – it’s a community of like-minded individuals committed to learning, growing, and achieving their goals.

Network with fellow attendees, ask questions, and gain valuable insights to transform your work-life journey.

Invest in yourself and join us for the Work Smarter, Not Harder Speaker Series.

You’ll leave feeling empowered, motivated, and equipped with tools to thrive in today’s demanding world.

Hear from inspiring women who will share their proven techniques and real-world experiences on topics like:

  • March 21st with Sasha Graham – Beyond the Hustle and Finding Flow: Strategies to nourish your mind, body, and soul in the nonprofit workplace

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Speaker: Sasha Graham

Over the past decade, Sasha has worked across the social sector in organizations dedicated to improving the material conditions of systemically marginalized communities. She has designed, launched, and scaled high impact programs and initiatives in the fields of reentry, youth development, and higher education. During her time in philanthropy, she managed a multi-million-dollar portfolio of grants to emerging organizations working on a multitude of interconnected issues, including reproductive, economic, and housing justice. As a personal development and mindset coach she helps leaders from all corners of the movement cultivate soul gratifying careers, strengthen their liberatory leadership practice, and sustain their energy for a lifetime of joyful resistance. Her specialty areas include: personal narrative shift, burnout prevention and recovery, healing workplace trauma, navigating life and career transitions and cultivating whole life balance. Sasha holds a B.A. from Lafayette College, a Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School and is a certified professional healing centered coach.

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Thu, March 21
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