Celebrating Black Culture: The Michelle Meow Show 2/1/18
Join us as Michelle Meow brings her long-running daily radio show to The Commonwealth Club one day each week, exploring important issues of interest to the LGBTQ community.
This week's topic: Celebrating Black culture with our two in-studio guests:
Elisha Greenwell, founder of the Black Joy Parade
Stacy Griner, triathlete
Elisha Greenwell is a Northern California native and 12-year advertising vet. She is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a B.A. in business how do i buy viagra online economics and creative writing, and the Academy of Art University with an M.F.A in advertising strategy. Throughout her career she has developed award-winning brand strategy for companies such as Intel, Nike, Target, Starbucks and Playstation. In early 2017, Elisha returned to the Bay Area to help lead brand reputation strategy for Facebook's consumer marketing team. She is also the founder of Black Joy Parade, a celebration of the Black experience and its influence on cultures past, present and future. The inaugural event will take place on February 25, 2018 in Oakland,
Stacy Griner is triathlete who works as an assistant office administrator for a global law firm. Prior to this, she spent more than 20 years in the legal technology space handling e-discovery project management as a subject matter expert. She is a graduate of Menlo College with a B.A. in business administration with a concentration in human resource management. Stacy became an Ironman triathlete in 2016 and raised thousands of dollars for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation by completing the AIDS\LifeCycle 7-day, 545 bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles in both 2014 and 2016. She has a passion for personal development and travel and has begun to chronicle her travels on her website at www.stacygriner.com.
See upcoming Michelle Meow Shows at The Commonwealth Club here.
The Commonwealth Club of California
110 The Embarcadero
Max Thelen Boardroom
San Francisco, 94105
9:30 a.m. check-in
10 a.m. program