Join us for after-work drinks and networking as we welcome WKRN anchor Christine Madella. In addition to serving as an anchor, Christine is also a media consultant for entertainers, athletes and organizations. She will lead a discussion on molding your image in a world where we are constantly connected, as individuals and organizations, whether through social media or traditional media.
Christine was one of the early reporters to use Twitter as a journalist, and is credited for having broken the news of Steve McNair's death on Twitter. With over 4,000 followers on Twitter, you can follow her here: www.twitter.com/christnemaddela
We will meet at Fish & Co. (formerly Miro District), near Vanderbilt. Come check out the new restaurant, which has garnered great reviews. When you enter, go upstairs and to the back of the room.
"Molding Your Image in a 24/7 World"
Monday, October 11, 2010
5:30- 7:00 PM
Fish & Co.
(1922 Adelicia Street)
$10 includes food with cash bar
WaterCooler is an informal networking group for young entrepreneurs in their 20s, 30s and 40s that meets the second Monday of every month from 5:30-7pm for cocktails, networking and the chance to hear vibrant speakers on a variety of topics. There is no official membership and no dues -- just come when the speaker interests you.
WaterCooler began in September 2009 and has featured the following speakers/topics:
September 2009: Kimberly Pace (Owen School): "Personal Marketing"
October 2009: Clint Smith (Emma): "The Art of Everyday Innovation"
November 2009: Chris Ferrell (SouthComm): "The Changing Delivery of Information"
December 2009: Becca Stevens (Magdalene/Thistle Farms): "Walking in Gratitude"
January 2010: Freddie O'Connell (SearchViz): "Search Engine Optimization"
February 2010: Bob Bernstein (Bongo Java)/Jose Gonzalez (Belmont): "Entrepreneurship with Heart"
March 2010: Sid Chambless (Nashville Capital Network): "Investment Capital for Young Entrepreneurs"
April 2010: Networking for WaterCooler attendees
June 2010: Laura Creekmore (Creekmore Consulting): "Using Social Media as a Young Entrepreneur"
July 2010: Alan Young (Armor Concepts LLC): "Secrets of Starting a Successful Company"
September 2010: Ed Nash (Oxford Fine Arts): "The Art of Buying Fine Art"