October 11th, 2018 @7pm
Workshop Brewing Co, Traverse City, MI
Fulfillament is a storytelling event where five local community leaders and entrepreneurs will take the stage to tell their journey of how they found fulfillment through vocation- the inside story. Each storyteller will issue a challenge for the audience to do something to find fulfillment in their own lives. A $500 grant is awarded to an audience member with a good idea that needs some help to get it started.
TICKETS: $12 online or $15 at the door
Michigan native and Traverse area local since 1998, Angela Mary Macke RN, BS, has over 20 years of experience as a holistic nurse and horticulturalist. In 2004, she established Light of Day Organics, a popular small batch certified organic tea farm in Leelanau County. Angela is committed to igniting inspiration and hope in our individual abilities to improve and maintain our whole-body health.
Liz Kirkwood is a passionate protector of water and the environment. Inspired by the complex interaction between water, health, community, and conservation, she is an international water law expert and is executive director of FLOW (For Love of Water) – a Great Lakes water law and policy center based here in Traverse City.
“Water runs through it all. Water defines us and everything we do on this small blue planet. My life work is about helping people understand the importance of protecting the entire water cycle; this in turn will nurture sustainable and equitable communities, drive prosperity, and bring greater happiness to all.”
Elizabeth Landry grew up in Cheboygan and Leelanau county MI. She has been writing songs since she was a child. Surrounded by music as a kid, it has been said that she has been singing since the day she was born. With sweet and smokey melodies, Elizabeth has an unmistakable folk flavor with a hint of an old blues and country influence.
After college, Matt and his brother Keegan would kiteboard as much as possible, they taught it, owned a kiteboarding school, edited for a kiteboarding magazine, competed, photographed, were sponsored, and traveled, all for kiteboarding. Together, they started Broneah Kiteboarding. In 2004, M22 was established when the Myers brothers sought to bring life to a passion for northern Michigan and it’s natural wonders. Since then, M22 has become a symbol of the shared experiences that belong to everyone who has had the opportunity to visit this paradise. M22 donates 1% of everything to the Leelanau Conservancy and has given over $100,000 to help protect the land and water.
Todd is a Traverse City native started his career in sales and marketing which took him to Detroit, Long Island and Texas. It was in the south that he discovered his interest in contracting and opened his own business. He moved back to Traverse City bringing both his business and family. In 2012 all of his talents collided with a great idea… Bonobo Winery was founded by brothers Carter and Todd Oosterhouse, where he is the owner and general manager.