Networking Night: Meet Conscious Businesses!
From the center of the natural products industry comes Naturally Boulder’s Networking Night!
November 12, 5:30-7:30 PM
Teatulia Tea Bar (2904 Zuni St, Denver)
Please use street / metered parking.
Coming from Boulder? Consider carpooling with other Naturally Boulder folks!
Naturally Boulder’s Networking Nights are THE place to meet, connect and collaborate with 150-200 of the most passionate, pioneering leaders and companies in the Colorado natural products community.
Networking Night + Meet Conscious Businesses
Naturally Boulder understands that regenerative businesses measure success not only by financial gain, but also by long-term, conscious business practices that positively impact human health, communities and the planet.
Our era demands visionary, transparent and authentic leadership. What role can each of us play in bringing forth a more sustainable, fulfilling, and socially just society? We’re here to foster positive change and collective impact within our communities and empower each other in the face of adversity, so come network with industry leaders, B-Corp organizations, and learn more about 1% for the Planet at our Networking Night!
We are proud to collaborate on this event with Colorado Food Works.
Colorado Food Works started in 2016 with a few food industry friends getting together every month to chat about the local food and beverage scene. As word spread about the meetings, the group grew. In a matter of months meetings grew so large more space than a restaurant table was needed. Today, CFW has grown into the foremost food and beverage industry support and networking group based in Denver.
Learn from the Experts
Tim Bradley, COO of Teatulia (B-corp)
Rachel Rambo, Program Manager of Authentic Leadership Center @ Naropa University (Conscious leadership in naturals)
Rodney Smith, President of Chef Soraya Eat a Bowl (1% for the Planet)
Sarah Hughes, Co-founder & COO of Yai’s Thai (1% for the Planet)
Members: FREE Non-members: $10
About The Presenters
Chief Operating Officer Tim Bradley has more than three decades of experience in marketing, sales and general management for consumer packaged goods companies—including Procter and Gamble, SmithKline Beecham Open Road Snacks, and Rich Products. He’s an entrepreneur at heart, who has built a half-dozen businesses, often from the ground up, to significant annual sales levels across multiple industries. Tim grew up on the east coast and earned an economics degree from Hamilton College. When he’s not in the office, Tim is likely playing hockey, or out enjoying the mountain environs (often with his loyal sidekick Bode the black lab) in hiking boots, on one of his bikes, or on skis.
Rachel has served as a manager and consultant specializing in mindfulness, authentic leadership, and transformative change. Formerly engaged in organizational leadership and sustainability work within the food system, she is now serving as Program Manager for the Authentic Leadership Center at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. Rachel continues to coach leaders, as well as design and facilitate mindfulness-based professional development opportunities for leaders across sectors. Rachel holds a MA in Environmental/Resilient Leadership and Authentic Leadership Certificate from Naropa University and is a Newfield Certified Coach and member of the International Coaching Federation.
Rodney is President of American Outdoor Products and Adri River LLC. Our brands include Backpacker’s Pantry, Astronaut Foods, Colorado Spice, Chef Soraya and Mountain Standard Foods. We currently sell our products in the outdoor industry, grocery, museums, mass merchandise (Walmart), c-stores, college campus stores and in 20 countries. Our headquarters are located in Boulder, CO. I get to work with my wife Soraya, our recipe development chef, and spend my free time enjoying our beautiful outdoors, practicing yoga, and hitting the trails with our dogs.
Sarah co-founded Yai’s Thai and serves as the COO of the company. She also heads up the marketing initiatives and development of brand identity. She strives to ensure the company is making a positive impact, from encouraging a healthy lifestyle to being a member of 1% for the Planet. After receiving a BA in Cultural Anthropology from CU Boulder, Sarah worked in the non-profit sector before making the leap into entrepreneurship. To unplug, Sarah can be found hiking and backpacking with her co-founder Leland and their golden retriever.