October 18, 8:30am - 10:00am PDT. Hosted at Urban Hive
part of a series on Flow
We are a community of 300 dreamers, builders, and changemakers. Sacramento’s largest coworking community is made up of more than 300 entrepreneurs, designers, coders, creatives, and changemakers who make our world better with the companies they build, the people they help, and the products they create.
Coffee is meant to be enjoyed, so you should drink it however the heck you want. We’re here to be your best route to coffee the way you love it, however that may be.
The Mill at Broadway is an urban community inspired by the idea of living connected, untethered, and free, regardless of what walk of life you are on. Our vision is to bring a unique community to Downtown Sacramento that will literally redefine what it means to be a homeowner
Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op is here to provide the benefits of natural foods and products, economic cooperation, and sustainable practices to as many people as possible in the communities that we serve. We also want to be a trusted source of natural foods and products, a reliable resource for consumer information, and provide excellent customer service and a friendly and welcoming environment to all.
Paul Willis is a hip-hop artist, educator and community organizer, who works to create positive community building experiences through art, engagement and service. Engaging youth and using music as a tool to inspire and educate has been at the forefront of his career. As part of the ZFG Collective and Sofar Sounds Sacramento, he organizes pop up shows throughout Sacramento, leads conversations around social justice, equity issues and artistry, and empowers communities and youth. Paul Willis currently serves on the Executive board at Sol Collective, is a Senior Fellow of the Nehemiah Emerging Leaders Program - Class X, and supports as an organizing member for community events like the MLK365 March for the Dream and Rock The School Bells. His guiding pillars include Hip-Hop, Education, Social Justice and Building Community.
“Hip-Hop isn’t something you do; it’s something you live.” KRS-One often describes hip-hop as a global culture and Paul Willis is a local example of how hip-hop exists everywhere from the street corner to the corner office, from the classroom to the board room. Paul will discuss how living hip hop affects leadership, personal and professional development.