Amy VanHaren

January 25, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at The Music Hall Loft

part of a series on Surreal

About the speaker

Nourishing A Vision

The surreal act of driving something you never expected.

Amy is an entrepreneur, working mother, and writer who specializes in building communities and telling digital stories. In 2015 she founded VanHaren Creative, a social and digital marketing agency made of exceptional women telling brand stories for mission-forward companies. That same year, Amy faced deep isolation while trying to navigate working and breastfeeding. She saw a better way to unite and empower all the nursing and pumping women of the world and went on to create pumpspotting, the go-to breastfeeding app and global community. pumpspotting was named a top five app for motherhood by Apple, featured in Vogue in September 2018, and recognized as one of the top 26 Mass Challenge startups.

Amy never imagined that her passion to nourish her own family would lead her to nourishing others and take her 17,000 miles cross country on a 40-foot RV called the Breast Express. Now, as passionate as ever, she’s out to help one million more women reach their breastfeeding goals.

She’s a Mainer who has lived and worked on the Seacoast for 14 years but draws inspiration from her many past residences including Northern California, Michigan, Hawaii, and Minnesota.

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This event is free, but advance registration is required. Registration opens at 9am on the Monday before the event. Please sign up for our newsletter to be notified when registration is open.

The event is held at The Music Hall LOFT. Doors open at 8:30. Coffee will be served 8:30-9am. Talk begins at 9am and event ends at 10am. There is abundant paid parking behind the Music Hall Loft and on surrounding side streets.

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