The Mount Royal offices of the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (BCAN) were packed with women creatives/entrepreneurs – or those considering that option – for an evening all about feminine entrepreneurship.
The evening began with an opportunity to get a professional headshot done upstairs, and networking going on downstairs.
Guests then had a chance to participate in a panel discussion with several creative women entrepreneurs.
Then, it was back to mixing, mingling and browsing a mini-market featuring the products of several local women-owned businesses.
Pictured (LtoR) BCAN colleagues: Kayla Morgan, program fellow; Maggie Villegas, executive director; Sharayna Christmas, program director; and Jenné Matthews, engagement manager
Pictured (LtoR) Shanai Browne, UMUC student; Marisa Dobson, Scintillate CEO; and Brittni Perkins, freelance artist
Pictured (LtoR) Toni Brown, Skye Media Group brand strategist/web designer; Jennifer Clark, Baltimore Corps program manager; and Jamaya Moore, Baltimore-based makeup artist
Pictured (LtoR) Brittany Alsol, Accessmatized makeup artist; Takia Ross, Accessmatized owner; and Erika Jernigan, Lexi’s Lil Bug founder
Pictured (LtoR) Rhonda McLendon, Bozzuto business manager; and Mikesha Hayes, Howard County teacher
Pictured (LtoR) Krystal Mack, Baltimore-based visual artist; and Sophia Yeshi, Baltimore-based graphic designer
Pictured (LtoR) Kae Monsanto, Baltimore Collegetown marketing director; and Nicole Edmonds, Baltimore-based bankruptcy case support specialist Pictured (LtoR) Nasira Latif, Cedar & Cotton co-founder; Raina Smallwood, Cedar & Cotton co-founder; and Liz Vayda, B.Willow owner, participating in the event’s panel discussion (March 26, 2019 – BCAN Offices)