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A former technology journalist in the early days of the Internet, Nettie Reynolds parlayed her writing experience into a new career as a PR guru. In the midst of getting divorced, she decided to apply to Divinity school to pursue a lifelong dream of being an interfaith hospital chaplain. Nettie is now finishing her Masters in Divinity at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Don’t miss Nettie’s truly inspirational reinvention story.read more
Episode #11: Reinvention Conversation with Guillermina Gonzalez, Executive Director, Delaware Arts Alliance – 7/22/15
Guillermina’s talents have not only led her to be a leader in both the profit and nonprofit fields, but has taken her across the globe. She has worked for multinational organizations such as ExxonMobil, Mars, Tetra Pak, and Olivetti. Her community and the arts are bettered as she acts as a powerful voice of advocacy. Tune in and hear this accomplished speaker share her reinvention.read more
Episode #10: Reinvention Conversation with Antonella Zangheri, Founder, Krumville Bake Shop – 7/15/15
Antonella Zangheri grew up in Emilia Romagna, a region of Italy famous for its rich culinary heritage. Four years ago, she was diagnosed with celiac disease, and had to give up many of the foods she grew up with. Disappointed with the variety and quality of available gluten-free products, her dietary need sparked an idea. She quit her job as a freelance fashion photographer and print producer to pursue her love of baking. Krumville Bake Shop, a dedicated gluten- free bakery, was born.read more
Episode #9: Reinvention Conversation with Paul Cashman, Creator/Founder of History in Motion – 7/8/15
Paul started his career as a computer programmer in the 70’s, then moved into management, and later on as a technology consulting. Wooed, like many by the lure of the Internet, he took a job at a dot-com company, only to find himself summarily unemployed after the bust. Although he got another job from which he ultimately retired, during this time he conceived of an app that became his life’s pursuit. Today, History in Motion is the result of that passion and commitment.read more
Steve may have started his career at a place where other people only dream of ending it: as a professional musician. Enamored by studio technology, Steve taught himself into a new career as an early digital pioneer, and ultimately parlayed his experience into higher education technology leadership. You’ll be fascinated by his story and his approach to reinventing.read more
After a stellar career as an HR executive working for such companies as Citibank, Honeywell International, and Dun & Bradstreet, Debbie Muller walked away to develop her idea for an HR software solution. Tune in to hear how Debbie took her bold step towards reinvention.read more
Photographer, writer, musician, and former corporate marketer, Richard Duval now travels the Pacific Northwest capturing its unique blend of wine, scenic, and landscape images.read more
Hear Rob’s real-life reinvention story. Get inspired. Learn from his journey as he shares the highs and lows of roads less traveled and the tips he’s employed to help him reinvent, all over a nice glass of wine. So pour one, too, and join in!read more
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