About the Workshop
In this webinar, our speaker Marsha Druker, Founder of Fuckup Nights Toronto, will discuss about how to leverage digital spaces to form impact driven communities. Why failure is such a challenging topic to talk about? How can people learn and move on from failure? What inspired you to start the podcast? (Create Community)
About the Speaker
Marsha Druker is the Founder of Fuckup Nights Toronto, a community that de-stigmatizes failure. Before getting into community building, she held various Marketing and PR roles in companies ranging from consumer packaged goods to tech startups. She is also the host of the Create Community podcast, where she chats with fellow community builders to define what community truly means.
About the COVID Innovator's Series
Innovation York collaborating with the City of Markham and MSBC to launch the COVID Innovators Series. The COVID-19 Global Pandemic has forced our innovators and entrepreneurs to redefine the norm and adapt to a completely new and unprecedented environment. As the schools, businesses, and industries evolve over night to cope with the physical distancing measures, we want to place a focus on the individuals in our entrepreneurial community who are braving this storm.
Set to launch mid-June during Markham’s Innovation Month, the webinar series will explore the human and innovation element of the new normal. The 12 sessions delivered from June to September aim to drive positive conversations and share helpful insights to support our communities with adjusting to the new realities of physical distancing and virtual connectivity.
Learn more about the upcoming events here: https://yspace.yorku.ca/events/