Creative Briefs #023: Kate Stoltzfus

Our hosts interview business coach, marketer, digital strategist, & blogger Kate Stoltzfus. Recorded on 04/24/2013.

Kate’s Links:
Creative Mornings Pittsburgh
Plumb Media
Propelle
Pulse
Twitter
Yinzpiration

Kate’s Work & Things We Mentioned:

  • Shirley Hershey Showalter is a farmer’s daughter turned college professor, then college president, later foundation executive. She has published articles in USA Today, The Washington Post, The Chronicle of  Higher Education, Christian Century and many others.
  • Nik Stoltzfus is a partner and lead developer at Plumb Media.
  • The Futute - talk by Brad Frost from CreativeMornings/PGH
  • Reuse - talk by Ian Rosenberger from CreativeMornings/PGH
  • Money - talk by Mike Capsambelis from CreativeMornings/PGH
  • Happiness - talk by David "Mr. McFeely" Newell  from CreativeMornings/PGH
  • Making Learning a Party - talk by Nina Barbuto from CreativeMornings/PGH
  • Brad Frost is a front-end designer, consultant and speaker located in beautiful Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Rob de la Cretaz, 100% more AWESOME.
  • Megan Bowers is the founder of Pictory Productions that specializes in wedding videography in Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Kelly Strayhorn Theater | A Community Performing Arts Center
  • The Beauty Shoppe is a coworking space for everyone.
  • Cotton Bureau - Making t-shirts used to be hard. Not anymore.
  • Construction Junction's mission is to support and promote conservation through the reuse of building materials.
  • Bluebird Kitchen was founded on the notion that food on the go should be both delicious and exciting.
  • Pittsburgh - Google
  • Spark funding supports projects in the greater Pittsburgh region that help children develop hands-on skills and digital literacies by expanding their capacity “to do” as well as “to know”. Grants are available up to $15,000. Eligible projects primarily target children age 10 and under.
  • CreativeMornings/Pittsurgh
  • Tina Roth Eisenberg
  • The Sprout Fund supports innovative ideas that are catalyzing change in Pittsburgh—making our community a better place to live, work, play, and raise a family.
  • Carrie Nardini is a communicator and connector to the core. She has worked in both non-profit and corporate marketing and social media and loves finding creative solutions to the challenges that arise in everyday business communications.
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By aigapittsburgh
Published June 4, 2013
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