About this Event
VMN Presents: Entrepreneurship, Filmmaking, and Mental Wellness Featuring Dayna Altman
Join us for an inspiring evening at the Entrepreneurship, Filmmaking, and Mental Wellness Panel hosted by the McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network. This in-person event will take place on Wed, Oct 11, 2023 at 716 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02120.
Discover the intersection between entrepreneurship, the documentary process, and mental health awareness. This event is to feature a documentary of one of Northeastern's Founders, Dayna Altman. Dayna and the panelists will discuss the process of creating a documentary and how Dayna's passion toward mental wellness crafted into her entreprenerial career. Our panelists will share their personal journeys, insights, and strategies for success. Gain valuable knowledge on how to maintain a healthy mindset while navigating the challenges of starting and growing your own business.
Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur or already running your own venture, this panel discussion will provide you with practical tips and resources to help you thrive in both your professional and personal life.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, expand your network, and learn from experienced entrepreneurs. Secure your spot today!
Our Featured Panelists
Dayna Altman is an energetic and enthusiastic speaker, entrepreneur, author, and creator. The full force and sole operator of Bake it Till You Make it LLC, Dayna harvests her passion for mental health advocacy by using food and baking to create an authentic recipe for vulnerable storytelling. A nationally recognized mental health leader by the Biden-Harris administration, a dual graduate of Northeastern University, and an active Boston community member, currently, Dayna pursues writing poetry, cookbooks, and exploring new ways to change the world using her own story.
Sam Rogers is a dynamic sound engineer, composer and software developer. A seasoned guitarist, he not only enjoys creating music but also supporting those in their own musical journeys in his home studio.
Thea Touchton is a non-binary, disabled, Latiné, and pansexual Producer/Actor. They are monetized on YouTube and have about 20k across their social platforms. During the pandemic, they completed a production company training program called DRAESIS. Nowadays, they are involved in the SAG-AFTRA Next Generation and Women’s Committee and were recognized for their mental health advocacy at MTV’s Mental Health Youth Action Forum at the White House.
Jason “SonDu” Taglieri is a freelance creative professional and multi-media artist operating out of Lynn, MA. A lifelong artist and native-born son of the City with a long history of involvement and support in the local art and music scene, Jason takes pride in using his work to showcase local artists, groups and non-profits. He currently provides photography, videography and graphic design services through his New Vintage Media Co. imprint.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Northeastern University Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Ave, Boston, United States