Each Friday, from April 17 through June 26, ABF Career Alliance is hosting conversations with valued members of our Career Alliance community. See guest and conversation topic for Friday, May 29, below.
Three Questions and Three Take-aways Each Week
We are asking each guest three questions about their work, and framing three takeaways that you can apply to your career now. Events will be available live through Zoom at 3 p.m. PDT each Friday, lasting approximately 30 minutes, and will then be available for replay across our social media channels after that. (Note: If you’ve already registered for one Net Effect, you are registered for all future Net Effects!)
Conversations that Connect and Inspire!
Connection is key right now, and even with current practices around social distancing, we won’t let that limit us from helping you move your career forward. We are excited to bring these conversations straight to you, to keep you inspired and driven!
Speakers and Topics
May 29, 2020 at 3 pm PDT – Mike Mooslin, Entrepreneur and former President, Color Me Mine
Topic: “How to Develop Your Entrepreneurship Qualities, OR What’s Your Secret Sauce?
About Our Speaker
As Chief Operating Officer and President of Color Me Mine Enterprises for 25 years, Mike helped develop it into a market leader in the paint-your-own-pottery industry, growing it into 9 countries and 27 states. He also spent 37 years in the restaurant industry including serving as President and Chief Operating Officer of the Koo Koo Roo casual restaurant chain, where he created its popular take-Home Meal Replacement concept.
A graduate in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA ) Mike is a frequent guest lecturer for the UCLA Department of Economics and delivered its commencement address in 2014.
A lifelong Christian Scientist, Mike is currently First Reader at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Newport Beach. In addition to reading, he currently teaches the online high school class for The Mother Church Sunday School. He has served as a Christian Science Chaplain for the Orange County Institutions Committee, and was a member of the Christian Science Committee on State Institutions. He is currently serving on the board of Broadview Christian Science Nursing Care in Los Angeles. He is a frequent contributor to the Christian Science periodicals.