In celebration of Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, the JHBC Office of Academic Equity at Cal State San Bernardino is hosting its fifth annual JHBC ShEconomy on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. in the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union North Conference Center.
This year’s event will cover the topic, “Is entrepreneurship worth leaving your full-time job?” It will include a presentation on the state of the ShEconomy and a discussion with a panel of entrepreneurs who will present their opinions on the topic.
This year’s panelists include:
- Erika Santillan – Owner and founder of Inland Garden and Tropics
- Margeaux F. Mernick – Founding partner of Mernick Law
- Justina Loeun – Chief Fiscal Officer for the Riverside County Department of Child Support Services, and former owner of the Chinese restaurant Mr. You!
- Rachel Jimenez – Blogger and digital creator for her business, Money Hacking Mama
For the first time, the JHBC Office of Academic Equity, which is housed in the university’s Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, will offer a hybrid format for the ShEconomy event, with 95 in-person seating and unlimited online participants. In-person attendees will be able to network with panelists and other attendees and enjoy light refreshments and grab bags (while supplies last).
RSVP to the event on the Fifth Annual JHBC ShEconomy Eventbrite page.
For more information, visit the JHBC Office of Academic Equity website.