CreativeMornings with Jay Parkinson

CreativeMornings, May 21th 2010, 8.30am – 10am

Jay Parkinson will be the speaker at this month’s CreativeMornings. He is a pediatrician and preventive medicine specialist with a masters in public health. Fast Company calls him The Doctor of the Future and one of The Top 10 Most Creative People in Health Care. Esquire Magazine calls him one of 2009’s Best and Brightest Radicals & Rebels Who Are Changing the World. Jay runs a design and consulting firm called The Future Well. He designs products and services that have a positive impact on health and happiness.

This month’s event will again (!) be hosted by the generous folks over at the amazing Galapagos Art Space in DUMBO. If you are not familiar with the space, get ready for a real treat.

R.S.V.P will open at noon monday sunday may 16th, 2010 over at creativemornings.eventbrite.com!
Please let us know if you r.s.v.p’d but can no longer make it. Our events fill up quickly and we usually keep a waiting list. Thank you! And at the morning of the event, make sure to put on your chatty networking hats!

Breakfast will be generously sponsored by our sponsor MailChimp

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ABOUT CREATIVEMORNINGS

CreativeMornings is a monthly morning gathering of creative types. Each event includes a 10 minute lecture, followed by a 20 minute group discussion. The gathering begins at 8:30am with the topic presentation starting at 9:00am and everyone taking off for work at 10am. CreativeMornings are free of charge!

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Check out pictures of previous CreativeMornings over at Flickr.

View all the taped CreativeMorning talks we’ve put up on the web so far over at Vimeo.

2 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Jay is a cool dude! I photographed a panel event he was part of, and was impressed by how involved he was chatting with several attendees afterwards. How awesome to see him at CreativeMornings, too!

  2. We’re really busy at work, but I’ll see if I can go to this. Haven’t been to one since I started working, and I miss them.

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