This week Natalie and Sarah Chat with Cory Rindskopf, the owner of Bells Box Collective. Bells Box is a mixed use creative space based in Cornelius, North Carolina. Their beautiful pink studio is available for private events as well as community workshops.
Entrepreneur and author Brittney-Nichole Connor-Savarda shares how her childhood, early professional experience, and a significant life event sparked a mission to solve our “People Problems.”
Her passion is contagious as she talks about emotional intelligence and her organization, Catalyst 4 Change.
We want you to meet some of the newest members of our podcast team! Natalie, Demetri and Ryan have all joined the Spiracle team within the last year.
In this episode they talk about their previous experiences and what they’re most looking forward to!
Jay Offerdahl has spent the last 25 years building a business that helps others reach the next big thing in their lives. He shares his personal struggles, triumphs, and continued reason for optimism as a business owner.
Natalie and Sarah chat with Kathryn Godwin, owner of Studio Cultivate, a local studio that focuses on large-scale installations in the Queen City such as the stunning Umbrella Alley installation that can be seen in Midtown, Charlotte.
Brian Harrison can find a story in anything. Getting his start in video production for the Blue Man Group, he now tells the stories behind Truist bank as their VP, Multimedia Content Marketing Manager.
Andy Siegel took a risk when he stepped beyond the world of sports journalism and into the role of Head of Internal Brand Experience for TIAA. In this episode, he shares how leveraging his existing skillset, while also embracing what he didn’t know, has led him to where he is.
Kristin Dills joined Sarah and Spiracle Associate Producer Natalie Ridley to talk about her journey to becoming a full-time artist who has designed the Dapper Animal line for Pottery Barn Kids and now serves as one of ten Louis Vuitton artisans.
In this episode, Carson and Sarah sat down with Khaleel and Maleek Loyd of Loyd Visuals. These two brothers, along with third brother Najm, have joined forces with the mission to “make positive changes in the community by telling stories…”
Jeff Wanner is gifted at bringing people together. He talks about the motivation behind that and how welcoming a daughter has changed the game. He also elaborates on his entrepreneurial journey as the founder of PairPEO and why you might see him at a bowling alley near you.
Writer Hope Rivers shares her journey into copywriting. Hope realized at a formative age that there is great power in writing. In this episode, she also touches on best practices and scripting for video.
In this episode, Sarah and Carson sit down with Meredith Connelly, a local artist whose work can be seen at the Whitewater center as well as the Rail Trail in South End!
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