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Think & Link, Pants Optional with Alfredo Martel and Vikas Narula

August 13th, 9:00 PST / 11:00 CST

Our Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul has been the center of many bits of national and even international news. But, in our recollection, we’ve never been the global spark for an outpouring of racial awareness, empathy and understanding. We have begun the process of rebuilding the buildings, now we need to rebuild trust, community and entrepreneurship. We have Alfredo Martel, who heads up MEDA (The Metropolitan Economic Development Association) and is at the center of an economic rebuild for our hardest-hit communities. And, Vikas Narula, the founder of Keyhubs, a software and services company specializing in the power and wisdom of human networks, connection, and self-awareness.

We will start by discussing the topics of the week sparked by questions from our co-hosts Kelly Leighton and Aaron Keller.

We invented Think & Link during the last recession and have gratefully kept it going as a monthly event for a decade. As we all face these challenging times, our team looks to do what we can do to help connect our friends and nourish their intellectual curiosity.

Think & Link; Pants Optional, is our new way of giving something to our community as we all seek new opportunities, friendships and professions. And, we’re a curious crew here at Capsule, so we’re always looking to learn from our significant network of thinkers and doers.

Our format is a 30 minute Q&A discussion hosted by Kelly Leighton and Aaron Keller, of Capsule followed by 25 minutes of questions from our audience.

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About Think & Link:

Capsule's Think & Link is an invitation-only gathering of like-minded people, coming together each month to discuss hot topics and important issues. It's an invaluable sharing of insight and inspiration.

Note: Link to access the event through Zoom will be sent to registered participants the day before the event.

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