Journaling has radically changed the way Bonnie experiences the world around her. Her self-discovery journey started in university when she received a life-changing diagnosis. A mentor introduced her to the power of journaling which helped her organize her thoughts, reduce anxiety and take control of her mental health. Learn how Bonnie channels this passion into her business, Archer and Olive in our ImagiNation guest blog.
Carly Martin is the owner and designer of Clementine Studio, an illustration and design studio in Chicago. She built her brand from the traditional marketing experience she gained in the early years of her career. Since then, Carly has illustrated for brands including Architectural Digest, Birchbox, The Art Institute of Chicago, Rebecca Minkoff, Lebron James, and Refinery 29.
Chelsea sold everything and moving to Asia after graduating from university. During her travels, she fell in love with graphic design and creating beautiful aesthetics for Instagram. After taking an internship with a traveling influencer, Chelsea was ready to begin her own professional journey. Learn how Chelsea imagines more for her brand and leaves her mark in the marketing industry.
Founded in 2015 with the community in mind, JoJo Rings operates according to three guiding principles: sustainability, social good, and individuality. The tagline “Keys for Change” reflects their commitment to social good. With each sale, JoJo Rings makes a contribution to charity. Learn how Jordan Richichi founded JoJo Rings from her Syracuse dorm room in our ImagiNation blog.
Native Atlantan Rebekka Whitehead graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oglethorpe University with degrees in English Literature, Spanish Linguistics, and Educational Psychology. Rebekka’s career in the educational field spans in and out of the classroom, working within the accreditation, learning support, and curriculum development and implementation spaces.
AJ is the CEO of Sentio, a software that combines artificial intelligence with psycholinguistics to build personality assessments. In this week's podcast episode of Imagine More, we learn how he built this tool from his dorm room so that businesses can analyze candidates better, faster and more cost-effectively than ever before.