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Staying Well in Seattle: SM Week Event

October 18 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free

Join us we delve into the topics of wellness and resilience with our panel of makers and wellness professionals. We’ll talk about how we can create wellness from within and how we can integrate products (by Seattle Made members!) into our wellness journeys. Our conversation will also touch on how wellness intersects with equity and sustainability – in our communities and our environment. Light a candle, brew a cup of tea, and join the conversation.

Best enjoyed with a Seattle Made Wellness Box  (purchase not necessary).

When: Sunday, October 18, 2020, 11 am – 12 pm
Where: Online – RSVP to receive the event link
Cost: Free

Moderator

Inderjeet Ramgotra
Seattle Good Business Board President (and member!)
MSc East Asian Medical Practitioner | Owner of Inner Renewal and Healthy Path

Inderjeet brings nearly 25 years of experience in natural medicine. She believes in an integrative approach to health optimization, and that acupuncture can be complementary to other treatments. She provides patients a partnership in healthcare and self-care. She has passion for connecting to and awakening each patient’s inner vitality, and is dedicated to effectively assisting them along their journey to vibrant health.

Featured Panelists

Monika Mathews
Owner of QueenCare

Monika is the owner of QueenCare, a wellness business offering an array of products made with natural ingredients that help foster self-care. QueenCare is also an internship site for its nonprofit partner Life Enrichment Group that provides a training program for youth that focuses on the tenets of entrepreneurship and business acumen skills, coupled with hands-on experiential learning within a retail setting.

Gina Grey
Owner of OOliva

OOliva is a small-batch skincare company that makes luxurious products by hand with ethically sourced, truly clean ingredients. Gina is an artist, entrepreneur, alchemist and rigorous researcher. She combines her passion for the environment, love of science and her creative practice to create this line of luxurious skincare with truly clean ingredients.

Dr. Connie Wan
Owner of Seattle Gummy Company.

Dr. Connie Wan founded Seattle Gummy Company (SGC) with a single focus – to make performance-focused gummy products that pair the power of bioactive ingredients with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Through the innovative gummy formulations developed by its in-house Ph.D. scientists, SGC is able to revolutionize a household favorite into a results-driven delivery vehicle enabling consumers to GET __ DONE every day. 

Kristeen Griffin-Grimes
Owner of French Girl

French Girl creates luxurious products for everyday self-care, which requires continued research and sourcing of high-quality ingredients that are not only sustainable for the planet but also their producers. Environmental impacts, fair trade, and labor practices are all a part of the clean beauty equation.

French Girl was founded as a result of a trip to France over 18 years ago. French Girl has grown from a small Etsy business to a global company that still manufactures and products by hand in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle.

Moorea Seal
Founder of Moorea Seal

Moorea is the founder of MooreaSeal.com and best-selling author of the 52 Lists series. Back in 2009 she started her career journey with a blog that has now long expired, a degree in Illustration and some serious college loan debt, no money, no direction, and a whole lot of faith that she’d figure something out. As it happens, she did and is excited to share more about her journey!

Details

Date:
October 18
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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