UofL Student-Parent Association Presents, "From Diapers and Degrees to Handbags: My Entrepreneurial Journey"
Join us for an inspiring seminar given by Ms. Sherrill Mosee, titled: “From Diapers & Degrees to Handbags: My Entrepreneurial Journey.”
Ms. Mosee is a successful entrepreneur, student-parent advocate, and author. She is the daughter of a teenage mother, that had to give up a college career. She graduated from Penn State with a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering, giving birth to her daughter just days after. In 1998, she created Family Care Solutions, a non-profit group that helps low-income single women pay for childcare so they can attend school. She is also the author of, "Professor, May I Bring My Baby to Class?: A Student Mother's Guide to College." She is now the creator of MinkeBlue, designing "carry-all" bags, providing working women with high quality, professional bags that cater towards the needs of busy, working and family women.
Held in the Horn Auditorium, in the College of Business. Afterwards a light reception will be held with food and refreshments. The event is free, and open to all UofL Students and surrounding Metroversity college students. Registration is required.