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Our workshop is designed to help you take a creative leap forward.
With precision exercises, live weekly discussions, and support from fellow creatives, you’ll leave this workshop ready to embrace your best career.
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Mathieu Young, CEO & Founder
Mathieu Young is a professional freelance photographer and director who has served the giants (American Express, AT&T, Bose, Samsung, Showtime, HBO, Paramount Pictures) and won awards for social enterprise campaigns in Tanzania, Kenya, Cambodia, and Nicaragua. He is the founder of Art of Freelance and Kensington Presents, a pop-up concert series in collaboration with California State Parks.
Nina Beckhardt, Co-Founder
With over a decade of experience running global creative agencies, Nina is a recognized authority on brand naming and longtime mentor of creative professionals. In addition to leading work with GM, Target, PUMA, Capital One, EPSON and Dow Jones she has been published in The Economist, CNN, WSJ, appeared on the Emmy Award-winning television show, Autoline Detroit, and has presented on brand innovation in corporate boardrooms and entrepreneurship classrooms.
Elizabeth Stewart, Co-Founder
Elizabeth is a powerhouse civic leader and entrepreneurship champion with 8 years experience building early stage start-ups. As a Coro leadership fellow, Founder and Founding CEO of Impact Hub Los Angeles, and Founding Executive Director of Civic Hall Labs NYC, it’s no wonder she was featured in Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People 2013 issue and profiled in Forbes.com as “a woman changing the LA entrepreneur landscape.”
Dr. Elizabeth Shin, Curriculum Designer
A master of curriculum design, Elizabeth has designed & taught over 150 courses for both the online & on-ground campuses at University of Phoenix. Her long list of degrees including a Doctorate in Education with a specialization in Educational Technologies (Pepperdine), M.A. in Comparative Film & Literature (USC) and a M.A. in English Literature (UC Irvine) points to her multi-faceted approach to creating learning experiences.