VisionBoost: 7 Best Practices to Living Your Vision Personally and Professionally

Date & Time:
Friday, November 3, 2017 -
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
De La Salle Hall: Hagerty Lounge, 1928 Saint Mary's Road, Moraga, CA 94575
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We are excited to welcome back the VisionBoost team for their dynamic and thought provoking presentation “7 Best Practices to Living Your Vision Personally and Professionally.”

The VisionBoost workshop leaves people feeling inspired and equipped to take on the Visions for their lives.  The emphasis is on being our best selves both personally and professionally.  When we are living our Vision, it supports our well-being, connects us to a meaningful life, and inspires possibility, creativity and personal leadership.

Whatever change you want to make in the world and create in your own life, we’ll give you the framework and best daily practices for living your Vision! 

TOPIC: VisionBoost: 7 Best Practices to Living Your Vision Personally and Professionally
LOCATION: Hagerty Lounge


KRISTIN HAYDENKristin has spent her career creating opportunities for leadership and greater global engagement among historically underprivileged groups. She is an Ashoka Fellow and the Official Spokesperson for the Global Access Pipeline. She is currently the Chief Partnership Officer for IGNITE in San Francisco, building a national movement to inspire young women to run for political office. She is also the co-founder of VisionVenture, the social enterprise that inspires, equips, accelerates and invests in changemakers’ Visions. In 2002, she founded OneWorld Now!, an award-winning global leadership program for low-income and minority youth based in Seattle, which has been hailed as one of the most innovative after school programs in the USA. She has lived and worked in Russia, Georgia, France, and the UK. Kristin is a high-energy, sought-after speaker on living your vision, diversity & inclusion, women's leadership, and social entrepreneurship for audiences ranging from high school-aged youth to aspiring and established change-makers to global business leaders.


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