Gabor Mate: Walking Toward Hope
Mar
11
6:00 PM18:00

Gabor Mate: Walking Toward Hope

Join Gabor Mate and Jenara Nerenberg in an intimate conversation on transforming personal and societal traumas in this challenging time. Hear first-hand stories from Gabor’s own life, how he reconciles the hopes of his family and his life’s work with the political and psychological traumas of modern-day life.

Gabor Mate is an acclaimed physician and author, best known for his books In The Realm of Hungry Ghosts, When the Body Says No, Scattered, and more.

This will be held in a small venue for the second year in a row, selling out quickly. Be sure to register in advance on this page.

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#Reframe: Inner Life & Media Futures
Mar
23
9:00 AM09:00

#Reframe: Inner Life & Media Futures

Featuring leaders from Sundance Film Institute, the Peabody-Award-winning On Being podcast, Stanford, Harvard, Ritual Design Lab, SY Partners, IGNITE, Rev Angel Kyodo William's Center for Transformative Change, and elsewhere.

Including best practices and interactive design sessions on navigating bias, neurodiversity, mental health, and workplace culture with leading designers, journalists, artists, and media executives.

We will convene at the International House at UC Berkeley. Car sharing is advised.

For press pass inquiries, email community@divergentlit.com

The #Reframe Conference: Inner Life & Media Futures

Saturday, March 23rd

International House, Berkeley

Early registration encouraged

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99U & Behance's Scott Belsky: The Messy Middle
Apr
30
8:00 PM20:00

99U & Behance's Scott Belsky: The Messy Middle

  • 545 Market Street San Francisco, CA, 94104 United States (map)
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Scott Belsky is the co-founder of 99U and Behance and is now Chief Product Officer at Adobe. A generous, insightful, and strategic entrepreneur, thought leader and designer, Belsky is also author of the bestselling Making Ideas Happen and the brand new book, The Messy Middle. Come hear about the emotional highs and lows of navigating the messy middle period of any startup -- be it business, art, film, or family -- and what Scott calls "the positive slope."

Scott will be in conversation with Jenara Nerenberg, a former staff reporter at Fast Company now with the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center, Garrison Institute and Neurodiversity Project.

This will be an intimate evening and seating is limited. Reserve early to secure seats.

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