Boston Women's Market:
Boston Women's Market is a network that promotes the work of and preserves a space for Womxn entrepreneurs and artists in the New England area. They foster an environment of support and innovation for our community by hosting Marketplaces throughout the Boston area, spotlighting inspirational Womxn and telling their stories, and providing tools to help Womxn-owned businesses succeed.
Care Dimensions provides care for patients wherever they call “home” – private residences, assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, hospitals, group homes and veteran’s facilities. Patients who need acute symptom management can be admitted to our 20-bed Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers, which opened in 2005 as the first licensed inpatient hospice facility in Massachusetts, or our 18-bed Care Dimensions Hospice House in Lincoln, which opened in 2018.
Professor Blake (BU):
Professor Joan Salge Blake is a Clinical Associate Professor at Boston University one Nutrition and Healthy Eating Expert. She is the author of the Nutrition & You, Nutrition & You: Core Concepts to Good Health, and Nutrition: From Science to You.
As an American Dietetic Association Media Spokesperson and Nutrition Expert for BU, she has conducted over 500 media interviews annually.
Prof. Blake was awarded the 2009 Annie Galbraith Outstanding Dietitian by the Massachusetts Dietetic Association.
Grasso Associates is a results-based consultant firm offering projects and operations management, corporate public relations services, crisis communication and corporate reputation management, and much more. With unmatched success in acquiring permits and performing Public Relations and Governmental Affairs activities, they represent and help plan, develop, and build various types of projects for organizations from the energy industry to the marijuana business. They enlist support of countless stakeholders including elected and appointed officials, environmental organizations, and other business organizations.
ICE NY first introduced their original smashed and rolled ice cream to the world under the name “I-TIM-PAD” (ไอติมผัด in Thai). The company flourished in Thailand gaining 30 franchise vendors within the company’s first 6 months. Then in 2015, the founder Kajitsa Premwimol met with two college friends, Teeradej Naruenartwanich and Apisit Sutthisophaarpom, with the intention of crossing the Pacific to the United States. They were able to successfully open their first U.S. location in New York City and named it I-CE-NY. Now they’ve established over 250 locations all across Asia and over 20 locations in the U.S. with hopes of expanding even further.