Activating Transformative Leaders in Communities & Cities
Co-working spaces have been all the rage over the last ten years, springing up all over America in downtown cores. But, putting people in the same space to work and creating space that facilitates co-laboring together for the common good are two different things. Can the beauty, design and function of a space draw people together into relationships and labor that is transformative? We believe the answer is YES, not because we hope for it or think it is a good idea, but because it is actually happening through leaders like Sheri Lozano - speaking this year at Q Commons Sacramento. Watch the video below to learn more about her vision for creating a culture of collaboration.
Founder - Collaborator - Consultant
Sheri Lozano has a passion for connecting people who are like minded for the common good. Her time is dedicated to creating collaborative spaces and linking non-profits to shared offices to accelerate their work and impact. She has experience working with creative people and loves to envision new ways of impacting our culture. She also has a heart for emerging leaders and takes advantage of every opportunity to motivate and mentor the next generation.
Sheri is married to Sergio Lozano, her husband of twenty-six years. They have three adult children: Enric, Kayla and Lucas
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Sponsors Needed to Make Q Commons Great
Did you know that Q Commons Sacramento is one of only 30 of the 150 national venues that hosts at a "third space" location - outside of a church or school. We also film our speakers so you can revisit the content and it can be shared nationally. Efrem Smith's talk from Q Commons Sacramento Fall 2015 has had tens of thousands of views through the national platform. In making these decisions, we need table sponsors and premiere sponsors for the kind of excellence we design for the evening. Three weeks from the event, we are in need of 6 more table sponsors and 1 premiere sponsor. To sponsor, contact LeeAnn Danielson at LeeAnn@actsonline.net.