Social Capital: The Power of Building Your Network Through Your Personal Narrative

Chat & Learn
Thu, Mar 25, 3:00 PM (EDT)

We might be physically distancing from others but this is the time to lean in and not socially distance ourselves from building the community we seek.

About this event

Relationships are critical to our personal and professional success. In understanding our story and our various identities, we can make stronger, more impactful connections. Although many of our relationships are transactional, our goal is to build transformative relationships. It starts with our understanding of who we are, the power of our narratives and the importance of building our network. We might be physically distancing from others but this is the time to lean in and not socially distance ourselves from building the community we seek.


In this chat I will discuss:
  • How to leverage your personal narrative to expand your network
  • How to take a seemingly transactional relationship to a transformative one 
  • How we can build community

Speaker

  • Dr. Froswa' Booker-Drew

    Dr. Froswa' Booker-Drew

    State Fair of Texas

    Vice President, Community Affairs and Strategic Alliances

    Froswa’ Booker-Drew, Ph.D. is a Network Weaver who believes relationships are the key to our personal, professional and organizational growth. She has been quoted/featured in Forbes, Ozy, Bustle, Huffington Post, Modern Luxury and other media outlets, due to an extensive background in leadership, nonprofit management, philanthropy, partnership development, training and education.

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  • Moderator

    • Maryella Marie

      Maryella Marie

      Virtual Event Moderator, PowerToFly

      See Bio

    Organizers

  • Megan Alexander

    Megan Alexander

    PowerToFly, Inc.

    Virtual Event Host & Moderator

  • Paloma Bianchetti

    Paloma Bianchetti

    PowerToFly

    Community Marketing Associate

  • maryella marie

    maryella marie

    PowerToFly & The Positive Force Team

    Virtual Event Moderator