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Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 14th from 12-7pm! We are bringing your vivid dreams into crystallized focus, and you’re going to have so much fun with it! Bring your people - all are welcome over 21!

Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 14th from 12-7pm for Kaleidoscope Biz Fest 2019!

Rhythms Live Music Hall, 2020 Chapel Hill Rd Suite 33, Durham, NC 27707

The focus of Kaleidoscope Biz Fest 2019 is to help female identifying entrepreneurs and professionals relax, renew, and reset for goals alignment – especially with the holiday season upcoming and 2020 goals to meet ahead.

There will be chair massage, headshots (please click for scheduling), fantastic food – a fresh grazing table early and a luscious buffet at intermission, venue drinks served all day, and vendors of every stripe – from snazzy, offbeat decor to SEO experts and services to make your lives easier.

You will also find art, music, and of course, fantastic networking to spur some great collaborations!

Interact of Wake County is the featured charity. They assist survivors of domestic violence and trauma to an ideal life.

No fancy dress required. You are welcome as your lovely self! Significant others, besties, and family are also welcome – 21 and up. It takes a village!

Come take a day off with us! You'll be inspired, refreshed, and ready for the next great phase of your life!


Kaleidoscope Biz Fest 2019


Special offer! BlogStamina Workshop Expert Extraordinaire Pastry Chef, Blogger, and SEO Expert Jenni Field will be offering a special 1 hour blog review and SEO consultation deal for attendees. Do not miss out on this event special! #levelup #branding

Meet The Kaleidoscope Biz Fest 2019 Speakers

Katia Ravé (upper left) Katia Ravé guides driven entrepreneurs to build a serious six-figure business fast with speaking. Her clients use her proven methods to get booked on stages worldwide, and develop an endless stream of leads, clients and cash.

As the CEO of Ravé Strategy Studio and the creator of the “Get Leads, Clients and Cash Speaking Success System”, she guides her clients to stop the income roller coaster and sharpen their client acquisition and conversion skills to boost their bottom line.

Katia speaks around the country, including appearances at Business Summit in NYC, Unstoppable Women in Business, Spotlight Mastertreat. Her live appearances inspire small business owners to make money and achieve their dreams.” Visit her website for the full impact at Scroll down for keynote thoughts and tickets link!

Rocket Scientist Jacqueline L. Mims, PMP,CPO,LSS GB (Upper Center)

The movie Hidden Figures highlights the historical women of color whose meticulous calculations helped the U.S. catch up in the “space race” and send John Glenn into orbit around Earth. But NASA had many such “hidden figures,” and one of the most notable is Engineer and former Rocket Scientist Jacqueline Mims, who was the first African-American civil servant to be certified as a spacecraft ground controller for NASA- Goddard Space Flight Center’s unmanned spacecraft. Mims has also received numerous awards for her Engineering achievements, including the prestigious Trumpet Award and the Government Leadership Award by US Black Engineer. She was named Most Promising Engineer in Government at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards and one of the Top Ten Minority Women in Science and Engineering by the National Technical Association. Mims decided to accept another challenge by adding Entrepreneur to her list of accomplishments. Mims is CEO and Founder of My Global STEM Academy, a not for profit in Wake County, North Carolina.

The mission of My Global STEM Academy is to equip and empower the next generation of STEM leaders around the world to develop and maintain a passion for STEM. Mims is also a highly sought after Award-Winning International Speaker, Author, Mastermind Trainer and STEM & Women’s Advocate. She has traveled to Guyana and Kenya empowering women and youth to pursue STEM and issuing a call to action for all to dream big and to be willing to perform the work necessary to bring dreams into reality. Recently, Mims received the Dr. Astell Collins Global Inspiration Award from iChange Nations, the largest culture of honor organization in the world.

Dr. Susan Lovelle (upper rt) is a Personalized Wellness MD and the Founder of Premiere Wellness. Although she spent 17 years as a professional ballet dancer, she knew at the age of six that she would be a physician because, even then, she wanted to help everyone around her feel better. After medical school and General Surgery training at Columbia-Presbyterian in NYC, she specialized in plastic surgery for over 20 years, but began to feel more fulfilled by supporting women to heal from the inside out. Now, she specializes in finding personalized holistic solutions for busy women who are burning themselves out doing everything for everyone else and merely surviving on caffeine and willpower. Whether it’s to lose 20+ pounds, gain more energy and focus, or just plain sleep through the night, Dr. Lovelle and the Premiere Wellness team will help you discover your ONE, signature way of living so that you can experience the healthy, long, and joyful life you want and deserve.

Center – We’re proud to announce our Chairperson is Lana Garland of Durham’s Insibah Films and Hayti Heritage Film Festival! The Kaleida Creative Collective aligned pretty well with us too! 😉

Lana has worked as a Creative Director, Director, and Writer/Producer in television and film in the US and Europe. Her work has included creating content for HBO, BET, and ESPN in America, and TV2 in Denmark. In documentary film, she has freelanced on films such as Bowling For Columbine, HBO’s Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives. Lana is an NATPE Fellow, a NAMIC ELDP Fellow, a Gordon Parks IFP screenwriting finalist, a Worldfest Houston finalist, and a Telly Award winner. She is the recipient of the Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artists Award from the Durham Arts Council and was honored this year by Gov. Roy Cooper for her contributions to the arts and cultural heritage landscape of North Carolina and beyond. Lana is also a Fulbright Specialist, having taught at Makerere University in Uganda. Currently she is working with a team on a documentary about the fading legacy of African American funeral homes, and curates the Hayti Heritage Film Festival. Originally from Philadelphia, she has a deep passion for house music, martial arts films, and Philly pretzels.

Carrington Razook Jackson (lower rt) is a guest instructor for studios and teacher-training programs throughout the country. Over the last 20+ years, Carrington’s journey through yoga has been a diverse global study and practice. She now mentors yoga teachers around the world and serves as the Yoga In Action Coordinator for Off The Mat, Into The World TM, regional leader for CTZNWELL, and lululemon legacy ambassador. Read more about her here:

Attorney Berkelhammer (lower left) is an esteemed law practitioner of the Legal Direction firm in the Triangle area and a member of the following organizations: Durham County Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, NC LEAP Steering Committee, Veterans Entering Transition Advisory Council, and Legal Mentor at Durham Technical Community College Small Business Center.

Hospitality and Events Director Chef Hadassah Patterson (lower mid) puts her 14 years of banking operations and 10 years of wide-ranging culinary and writing experience to good use running her own brand, Oven Lovies. She has produced events on a bi-monthly basis for the last 5 years. She enjoys cooking, connecting great people, and curating experiences. While you’re here, click around and find out more!