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Mar
28
Tue
Small Business Symposium and Women Leadership Roundtable @ Mohawk Valley Community College
Mar 28 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Small Business Symposium and Women Leadership Roundtable @ Mohawk Valley Community College | Rome | New York | United States

The Science and Technology community of Rome, NY will be hosting a Small Business Symposium with participation from the Air Force Research Laboratory, on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at the Mohawk Valley Community College in Rome, NY.

Small businesses are a vital resource in supporting national interests and for enhancing America’s industrial base. This Small Business Symposium will feature key note speakers, Air Force Materiel Command Commander General Ellen Pawlikowski and New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Hochul, discussing Federal and State small business initiatives. The event will feature an information session on Air Force Materiel Command & Air Force Research Laboratory Small Business Programs, technology transfer, commercialization, entrepreneurship, and processes for growing small businesses. Agencies that support small businesses will be on hand for counseling and advising. Successful small businesses will be highlighted at display booths and available for discussions.

A Women in Leadership Roundtable discussion will be held, where General Pawlikowski and Lieutenant Governor Hochul will be joined by local women leaders to share their experiences in overcoming varying obstacles on their path to success.

The day consists of keynote speakers in the morning and your choice of tracks in the afternoon. Participants choose either Small Business Briefings or Women in Leadership Roundtable.

If you are interested in showcasing your hi-tech business for the event, please contact Jodie Cornish at jcornish@nystec.com

DRESS: Business, UOD

Tentative Agenda. Subject to change without notice:

Time Topic
8:00 AM – Registration / Business Expo

10:00 AM – Posting of Colors / National Anthem

10:05 AM – Welcome – Dr. Randall VanWagoner, MVCC President

10:10 AM – Importance of Small Business Partnerships – AFRL/RI Director Daniel Goddard

10:20 AM – Welcome to Rome NY – Rome Mayor Jackie Izzo

10:30 AM – Welcome from Local & Federal Representatives (Sen Schumer, Sen Gillibrand, Congresswoman Tenney, Oneida County Executive Picente)

10:40 AM – Expanding Opportunities for Small IT Companies to do Business with the State – RoAnn Destito, Commissioner NYS OGS

10:50 AM – Keynote Speaker – NYS Lt. Governor Kathleen Hochul

11:15 AM – Keynote Speaker – AFMC/CC General Ellen Pawlikowski

11:35 AM – Break / Networking / Media

12:00 PM – LUNCH

12:30 PM – Q&A with General Pawlikowski & Lt Governor Hochul

1:00 PM – Break/Networking

Afternoon Track 1:
1:15 – 3:00PM – Putting Universities to Work for Your Business – Ms. Laura Welch, Deputy Director of the New York State Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) at Syracuse University

AFRL Tech Transfer & Intellectual Property – Bill Wolf, President Griffiss Institute / Joe Mancini Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate (AFRL/RI) Legal Counsel

Technology to Table – Mr. Jack Rudnick, Director of the New York State Science and Technology Law Center and Syracuse University College of Law’s Commercialization Law Program

Resources and Services to Start & Grow Your Business – Mr. Daniel Rickman, Regional Director of the Small Business Administration (SBA) and Ms. Roxanne Mutchler, Director of the Mohawk Valley New York State Small Business Development Council (SBDC)

AFMC & AFRL Small Business Programs – Ms. Farris Welsh, AFMC Director of Small Business / Mr. William Harrison, AFRL Director of Small Business

Afternoon Track 2:
1:15 – 2:30PM – Women in Leadership Roundtable

AFMC/CC General Ellen Pawlikowski

NYS Lt. Governor Kathleen Hochul

Commissioner NYS Office of General Services RoAnn Destito

Rome Mayor Jackie Izzo

Zogby Strategies, Mr. John Zogby

AFMC Director of Small Business, Ms. Farris Welsh

AFRL Chief of Information Systems Division, Ms. Julie Brichacek

Mohawk Valley GIS, Ms. Linda Rockwood

AX Enterprize, Ms. Pat Baskinger

3:00 – 4:00PM – Networking Social

4:00PM – Symposium Conclusion

Disclaimer:
Please be aware that by registering to attend this event, you consent to the use of your voice, image, name, and/or likeliness being used, without compensation, in video, photographs, presentations, online use, and in any and all other media, and you release NYSTEC, its successors, assigns, and licensees from any liability of such use.

Ithaca Drupal Users Group Monthly Meetup
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us for our monthly Meetup. If you work with Drupal or are interested in learning more about it please come. Agenda

Lighting Talks Five minutes talks(with 5 minutes of questions if needed) on anything Drupal related. This could be about a specific Drupal site, a module, theme, distribution, method of tackling a problem, community event, etc. We are trying to get as many people as we can to do lighting talk.
20 Minute presentation

If you have idea for a presentation please leave it in the comments
Also if you have idea of something you would like to learn about let us know in the comments.

Monthly Organizer’s Meeting
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

For too long there has been shroud of mystery on the inner workings of the RocPy organization! We would invite our fellow members to join us for our monthly organizer’s meeting!
We enjoy food, drink and most importantly, plan our upcoming meetings of RocPy.
This group would be nothing if not for your attendance and support, consider joining us!
Usually, it’s every 4th Tuesday of the month.

How to Use WordPress Custom Post Types
Mar 28 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

This month, James Sacci of ProWeb Innovations will be presenting on WordPress Custom Post Types.  Have you or a client ever wanted to add a feature displayed in a way that existing WordPress plugins don’t support? There are no limits to what you can create using Custom Post Types and an understanding of how the WordPress template hierarchy works. James will present best practices and how to add Custom Post Types as a plugin, in order to avoid breaking a site on theme switching. If you are ready to go beyond the basics or understand what is under the hood, this Meetup is a can’t miss. Agenda: 6:30 – 6:45 PM Networking 6:45 – 7:00 PM Lighting Round (general questions about WP) 7:00 – 7:45 PM Presentation & Questions 7:45 – 8:00 PM Final Group Networking We look forward to seeing everyone at the Digital Arts Experience and learning from one another.

Social Night Potluck
Mar 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Every Tuesday night we gather with food and conversation. Check this calendar for various themes.
This event is free and open to the public. No registration is needed.

Social Night Potluck
Mar 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Every Tuesday night we gather with food and conversation. Check this calendar for various themes. This event is free and open to the public. No registration is needed.

Co-work & Coffee
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Let’s keep this ball rolling!  Are you a fan of our Code & Coffee events but are looking for more code time? Then don’t miss our new “Co-work & Coffee” gatherings! We’re hoping to set frequent “project time” for our members that want to get together and work, brainstorm, bounce ideas, review class concepts, etc. right here in Rochester. Just like our Code & Coffees, this event is free and open to our GDIROC members. Bring a friend if she/he is interested in learning more about what we do! FYI we’ll be in the Wegman’s Cafe (Meetup wouldn’t let me write that. Boo.)

Hack Night at Interlock
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Zero To Maker Series – Fiber Arts / Crafts / Glass Cutting
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Zero To Maker series is a sequence of classes to introduce new members to key peices of equipment and training at the Center of Gravity. Members who need a refresher on the topic are also welcome to attend!

This week’s class will be an introduction to the fiber arts / crafts / galss cutting area available at the COG. Focus will be on the sewing machines, loom and embroidery machine, as well as crafting and glass cutting, and will be taught by Irene Purificato, the SRP for that zone.

Mar
29
Wed
Coffee and Conversation @ Strange Brew
Mar 29 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Coffee and Conversation @ Strange Brew  | Binghamton | New York | United States

Join Binghamton Economic Development for your morning coffee and to connect with other young artists, entrepreneurs, business owners and young professionals in the City of Binghamton.

Enjoy a cup of coffee on us as we discuss what’s new and exciting in the City of Binghamton and get an inside look at what other young stakeholders are up to around the city.

If you can’t make it this week no worries, Binghamton Economic Development will be hosting this event every other week so that people doing business in Binghamton can catch up with each other.

Growing Business Through Acquisition @ Albany Pump Station
Mar 29 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Growing Business Through Acquisition @ Albany Pump Station | Albany | New York | United States

Growing Businesses Through Acquisition

Growing companies through acquisition is a strategy that many executives choose once a company reaches a level of maturity with its products, services and customer base. Our panel of capital providers will discuss the relative advantages of using senior debt, mezzanine debt and private equity to fund company growth.  Company featured to be announced!

Panelists include:

Agenda

5pm – Arrival | Networking

6pm – Welcome and Panel Discussion on Financing Acquisitions

7pm – Networking

Intro to Blender, part 1
Mar 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

In this three-part workshop, you’ll learn how to model, texture and animate your own 3D assets in Blender, an incredibly powerful open source 3D suite! For more information on the BGS 2017 Workshop Series, visit http://blog.buffalogamespace.com/2017/02/13/bgs-2017-workshop-series/ Want to attend all our workshops? With the new Season Pass, now you can! For only $240, you can attend every workshop in the series AND get three months of Bronze-tier membership at BGS! Click here to get your Season Pass today! Cost:  • $40 for non-members  • $24 for Bronze Members  • $20 for Silver Members  • $10 for Gold Members

Mar
30
Thu
Upstate Medical University 2nd Presidential Symposium: Society & Health @ CNY Biotech Accelerator
Mar 30 – Mar 31 all-day

Upstate Medical University 2nd Presidential Symposium 
“Society & Health”

Special Guest & Keynote Speaker: Steven H. Woolf, MD, MPH, Director, Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Social and Health and New York State Lt. Governor and Chair of Regional Economic Development Councils, Kathy Huchul.

Free and open to the public. Parking in the back. The last Symposium was a packed house, so please reserve your spot by calling 315-464-7868 or email rsvp@upstate.edu.

The final schedule is forthcoming: www.upstate.edu/symposium

Thursday, March 30, 9-4PM will include lunch and reception. Topics: Heroin/Opioid Epidemic, Community Violence, Place-based Determinants of Health

Friday, March 31, 9-12PM will include continental breakfast. Topics: Emerging Disparities in Women’s Health, Refugee Health, Preparing Health Care Practitioners to Address the Social Determinants of Health

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Powered by UVCIn addition to providing space for amazing events like the Upstate Medical University 2nd Presidential Symposium, the Central New York BioTech Accelerator (CNYBAC) Cultivate Program powered by UVC is another way for you to connect with area entrepreneurs, community leaders and investors.

The mission of CNYBAC is to incubate and accelerate university-industry partnerships that discover, design, develop and deploy innovative products for bioscience marketplaces.

For more information on CNYBAC call 315-464-9288 or visit www.cnybac.com

CNY Drone Club
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Are you curious about drones? Multirotors? UAVs? Drone Racing? Aerial Photography? FPV? Designing and flying your own aircraft? Join us and we can share what we know, demonstrate our latest projects, and even fly together!

15th Annual NYS Green Building Conference @ Marriott Syracuse Downtown
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The upcoming 15th Annual New York State Green Building Conference will be held on March 30-31, 2017 at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown in Syracuse, NY, the site of extraordinary historic restoration and revitalization. We are very excited to be holding the 2017 conference in this historic downtown venue!

As the premier green building conference in the Northeast, our progressive advisory council has fostered our growth by consistently bringing together top green building researchers, educators, and practitioners. Last year’s conference attracted participants representing 8 states and 31 counties across New York State. Conference participants represented many industries including architecture, engineering, construction, consulting, deconstruction, landscape architecture, government, higher education, K-12 education, state agencies, real estate, and management firms.

Get the full agenda here.

BGS Game Development Meeting
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Come join us at our Bi-Weekly Meeting!  Here we discuss game development techniques, art, music, news, show off member projects and most importantly, have a great time. BGS Game Development Meeting is a free and open to the public event.

Mar
31
Fri
Capital Region New York Business Plan Semifinal Competition @ SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Mar 31 all-day

The Capital Region semifinal competition of the 2017 New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC) will be held at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) on Friday, March 31, 2017. Student teams from New York’s Capital Region that meet the eligibility requirements below are invited to submit applications for their idea or venture under one of the following six categories:

  • Information Technology/Software
    • Any idea, technology, product, and/or service that relates to apps, informational technology, software, and/or internet applications in for profit enterprises. If the value that your idea or technology provided lies in the creation of or is delivered through an app, then you belong in this category.
    • Examples: An app that helps pairs potential roommates, a website/app that uses social media to collect payments from friends, a web service designed to tailor resumes for specific jobs, a file sharing service, an app or website that aggregates data and reviews about solar panel installers.
  • Social Entrepreneurship/Non-Profit
    • Any idea, product, and/or service that addresses a social need, for which profit is not the primary motivation, or provides a product/service for nonprofits. If formed, the venture would be either a Benefit corporation or be eligible for 501(c) status.
    • Examples: Selling a good or service that raises awareness and donates significant portion of the revenues to a cause, organization that provides financial literacy training, cooperative non-profit coffee shop, bike trail, a website to connect community members with volunteer opportunities.
  • Clean Technology
    • Any idea, technology, process, product, and/or service that relates to energy, clean energy, renewable energy, energy efficiency, environmental, and/or sustainability applications.
    • Examples: Recycling technology, LED manufacturing technology, lithium ion batteries, clean energy crowd funding service, composting subscription service.
  • Advanced Technology
    • Any idea, technology, product, and/or service that relates to materials science, life science, advanced hardware, semiconductors, optics, and/or electronics applications that are not applicable to Clean technology. These products and processes have been likely developed after years of laboratory research and have patent protection.
    • Examples: High-performance skis coated with nanomaterial, vibration detector, new method for testing pharmaceuticals, physical therapy massager.
  • Products
    • Any physical, tangible goods offered for sale.
    • Examples: Custom designer eyewear, vending machine, protein shakes, craft beer or alcoholic beverages, innovative water bottle, locally sourced tea, camera backpack.
  • Services
    • A value add process for delivering products of fulfilling customer needs.
    • Examples: Lice removal company, meal delivery, custom clothing design, custom song writing service.

The two winning teams in each of the six categories from the Capital Region Semifinal Competition will advance to the final round of the NYBPC on Friday, April 28, 2017 in Albany, NY. They will compete head-to-head for the grand prize against regional semifinal winners from New York’s 9 other Regional Economic Development Council zones – Central New York, North Country, Mohawk Valley, Finger Lakes, Western New York, Southern Tier, Mid-Hudson, New York City, and Long Island.

Each team will have 10 minutes to pitch, which will be followed by 5 minutes of Q&A with the panel of investor judges. Judges are advised to act as they would in a closed-door boardroom investment presentation during the Q&A session.

Competition Format

Presentations must be submitted as either a PowerPoint presentation or a PDF file. These are the only formats that can be accepted and will be eligible for competition. 

The NYBPC reserves the right to withhold prize money and/or in-kind services from winning teams who do not comply with the eligibility requirements. In order to be eligible to apply for and participate in the competition, all teams must meet the following criteria:

  • Teams must consist entirely of graduate, undergraduate, and/or community college students enrolled in an accredited New York colleges and universities during the 2016-2017 academic year. Students who graduated during the Fall 2016 semester are still eligible to complete in the 2017 competition.
  • A faculty or staff member is required to be listed as an advisor for the team; offering guidance, support and technical expertise.
  • Teams must indicate whether they consist of community college, undergraduate, or graduate students, or a team with mixed student status.
  • Students may not participate on more than one team each year of the competition.
  • Cumulative public and private capital raised may not exceed $100,000. This does not include research funding that may have supported the development of the technology in an academic laboratory.
  • Student ownership of the venture must be 100%.
Interactive Showcase @ Troy Night Out
Mar 31 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Our monthly Troy Night Out with The Arts Center continues with an exhibition of locally created games.  Macs and PCs will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The showcase is free and open to everyone, and we welcome you to show off games that are in any state of completion. So bring along your project for some playtesting and feedback, or just stop by and join in the fun!
If you have any questions about the showcase, feel free to leave a comment here or send a message to info@techvalleygamespace.com.

TVGS Transmissions
Mar 31 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Welcome to TVGS Transmissions! This is our weekly livestream event where we’ll be playing video games with the TVGS community! You are welcome to be a part of the stream by coming by the the space during the stream, or by joining online on our Twitch or Youtube channels! Please be aware that if you participate you will be audibly and possibly visually recorded.

Apr
1
Sat
ASHRAE SmartStart Weekend @ SyracuseCoE Headquarters
Apr 1 @ 8:00 am – Apr 2 @ 3:00 pm

ASHRAE SmartStart weekend is a training workshop that introduces students to career paths in the HVAC&R industry while educating them about ASHRAE.

Learn how to run an ASHRAE student branch.

Discover career paths in the HVAC&R industry.

Technical Training

Tour of LEED(tm) – Platinum CoE building.

Network with ASHRAE members and company sponsors.

Free for ASHRAE student members.

Not a member yet? Join for $20 at join.ashrae.org

View more details and a complete agenda here.

Apr
3
Mon
BGS Music Meetup
Apr 3 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Are you a musician interested in writing songs for games? A chiptune enthusiast? Or just interested in video game tunes? Then come meet likeminded creators and listeners at our monthly BGS Music Meetup! BGS Music Meetup is a free and open to the public event.

Apr
4
Tue
Expert Advice from a Member: Leveraging LinkedIn @ DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Binghamton
Apr 4 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Expert Advice from a Member: Leveraging LinkedIn @ DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Binghamton |  |  |

Leveraging LinkedIn Success for Account Acquisition and Client Retention

Learn how to maximize Linkedin to grow your practice or business. D. Bruce Johnston, a Social Media Consultant from Two Dogs Social will be demonstrating ways to grow your network, develop new leads and position yourself for success.

There is no cost to attend this workshop. Space is limited. Feel free to bring your lap top or mobile device – this will be an interactive workshop.

Please RSVP by calling (607) 772-3407 or by email at stephen.campbell@ms.com by Friday, March 31st.

This event is backed and promoted by the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce as an opportunity for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses to grow!

The guest speaker(s) is neither an employee nor affiliated with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. Opinions expressed by the guest speaker(s) are solely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Morgan Stanley.

There will be no discussion of, or distribution of written materials relating to, specific products or investments at this presentation.

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC.

Leveraging LinkedIn Success for Account Acquisition and Client Retention @ The DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Binghamton
Apr 4 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Leveraging LinkedIn Success for Account Acquisition and Client Retention @ The DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Binghamton |  |  |

Leveraging LinkedIn success for account acquisition and client retention.

Learn how to maximize LinkedIn to grow your practice or business. D. Bruce Johnston, Social Media Consultant with Two Dogs Social, will demonstrate ways to grow your network, develop new leads and position yourself for success.

There is no cost to attend this workshop. Space is limited. Feel free to bring your lap top or mobile device – this will be an interactive workshop.

Please RSVP by calling (607) 772-3407 or by email at stephen.campbell@ms.com by Friday, March 31st.

The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce is backing and promoting this event as a great way for Entrepreneurs and Small Business people to grow their business.

The guest speaker(s) is neither an employee nor affiliated with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. Opinions expressed by the guest speaker(s) are solely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Morgan Stanley.

There will be no discussion of, or distribution of written materials relating to, specific products or investments at this presentation.

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC.

Tuesday Tech Talk (First Tuesday of the month)
Apr 4 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Come check out the new Rev tech incubator! As per usual we will have interesting talks, good conversation, snacks and refreshments.

Social Night Potluck
Apr 4 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Every Tuesday night we gather with food and conversation. Check this calendar for various themes.
This event is free and open to the public. No registration is needed.

Open Night at the space
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Zero To Maker Series – 3D Printers
Apr 4 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Zero To Maker series is a sequence of classes to introduce new members to key peices of equipment and training at the Center of Gravity. Members who need a refresher on the topic are also welcome to attend!

This week’s class will be an introduction to the 3D printers available at the COG. Focus will be on the Makerfront, mBot and Makerbot printers and the software used to prepare models for printing (called slicers). This class is being taught by Jerry Huang, the SRP for the 3D Printing area.

Apr
5
Wed
Good Clinical Practices (GCP) Conference 2017: Regulatory Issues in Clinical Research @ Harris Beach PLLC
Apr 5 all-day

This one day seminar will provide an in-depth review of new applications and regulatory topics in clinical research , as well as provide practical tips to assist participants in understanding, applying and successfully complying with GCP guidelines. Tailored for clinical research and regulatory professionals in drug and device companies, hospitals and research organizations and for students from research institutions who are conducting clinical trials or seeking IRB approval, this program full of valuable information and is a great value.

Tour New York BizLab @ New York BizLab
Apr 5 @ 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm

Prior to Startup Tech Valley on April 5 at Proctors Theatre, the community has been invited to tour the New York BizLab in Schenectady. This is a great opportunity to check out the space and meet high-growth founders making it happen in Upstate New York. Email Rick D’Errico at rderrico@transfinder.com if you plan on taking the tour.

AND…after Startup Tech Valley we’ll head over to Transfinder for an After Party. Transfinder is hiring, so bring your resumes!

Linux Networking Deep Dive
Apr 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This deep dive will examine the kernel aspects of the Linux network stack as packets are received and delivered to userspace programs. This presentation will include a variety of ways to monitor and tune its performance based on an understanding of the flow of packets through the stack. Lightning Talks Unifi home wireless – play a wireless network adminstrator at your home – Sean Dague Currently looking for volunteers. Sign up if you’d like to give one. Location: 300 Rockefeller Hall, Vassar College MHVLUG returns to Rockefeller Hall for the 2016-2017 Vassar Academic year. The best parking on site is the north lot of campus, which is accessible off of Collegeview Ave in Poughkeepsie. Once you are parked in the north lot walk south along North Drive. Rockefeller Hall is on the right, somewhat set back, as you walk down the main stretch. Enter the hall and go to the third floor. Room 300 is at the top of the stairs. The room will be open at 5pm, and people are welcome to come early. When in doubt, use the map for reference.

2017 Upstate Unleashed & Awards

2017 Upstate Venture Ecosystem Awards - Nominate

UVC Photo Gallery

Serial entrepreneur will meet with 12 startups on upstate New York tech tour
SciTech Panel at LeMoyne College
Steve Raines - UNY50 Leadership Network
Become a UVC Community Connector
Ryan Miller @ 2015 Upstate Venture Ecosystem Awards
13th Annual Frank Fernandez Dinner at Le Moyne College
Ecovative Founder at Cornell
Syracuse CoWorks Members
NEXUS-NY Judges
21221010282_6dab8b3124_o
The Thrive Project Team
Hoffman Awards 2