We’re still riding off the momentum of last week’s YPC Summit and hearing some great talks from Malcolm Gladwell and others to continue shaping our community in to what we desire for it to look like.
The underlying goal of Silicon Prairie News, along with the other events we organize, is to continue building the dynamic community we have in our city. From innovators to entrepreneurs, musicians to artists, entrepreneurs to visionaries. We are all what makes Omaha unique from other cities.
That energy, that drive is what we hope to not only inspire in others, but take to the next level.
Enjoy the video below which also highlights others that exemplify this spirit….
From Brigitte McQueen owner of PULP, a unique paper and art supply store located in Benson until the end of the month at which time she’ll be moving to the Old Market Passageway…
…to Beth Katz, founder of Project Interfaith, a dynamic, innovative interfaith organization who is working to develop groundbreaking and informative programs and workshops that promote a deeper understanding and respect for religious diversity.
Thanks to folks like Beth, Brigitte and many others of you for giving us the inspiration as well as reasons to highlight the great things we have going!