July 21, 8:30am - 10:00am CDT. Hosted at The Cedar Cultural Center
part of a series on Equality
About the speaker
Sahra Noor is the Chief Executive Officer of People’s Center Health Services, a nationally recognized community health center based in Minneapolis.
Noor is an award-winning innovator and strategist who enjoys working at the intersection of public health, community development and public policy to drive positive change at the community level.
She recently received 40 under 40 award from Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal and (Real) Power 50 award from Minnesota Business Magazine.
The Cedar is a 501©(3) non-profit organization operated by a small professional staff in conjunction with the Board of Directors and with assistance from a large pool of volunteers. Reflecting its location in the diverse Cedar Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, the venue is known for presenting a wide variety of global roots, folk, indie, experimental, bluegrass, Americana and blues artists, as well as artist residencies, educational programs, workshops, films, dances, comedy, spoken word and community events.
Tiny Footprint Coffee is the world’s first carbon negative coffee company. Roasted in Minnesota, sourced ethically and spreading good karma worldwide through reforestation since 2010.
Green Garden Bakery is a group of young-entrepreneurs from Heritage Park - North Minneapolis, who have started their own eco-friendly vegetable-based dessert social enterprise. GGB grows vegetables in their urban garden, bakes them into healthy desserts for every diet (vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, etc), packages and advertises the desserts using sustainable practices, and sells them at farmer’s markets, pop-up sales, and online throughout Minneapolis.
Knoll is a constellation of design-driven brands and people, working together with our clients to create inspired modern interiors.
When does the event start? Doors open and registration starts at 8:30am. We’ll have coffee and breakfast ready for you. Speaker will begin at 9am.
Parking? Parking is available at the University of Minnesota 19th Avenue Ramp, located just 1/3 block east of the Cedar Cultural Center on Riverside Avenue. Metered street parking is available, but tends to fill up fast. The Green Line has a stop less than a block away. Plan to arrive a little earlier than usual.
Questions? Please let us know if you have other questions about the event: minneapolis [at] creativemornings.com