Tomorrow night, join Improv Medicine as they provide an evening of entertainment and education for businesses and entrepreneurs at the Taos Entrepreneurial Network Event at the KTAOS Solar Center.
The brainchild of Jason Pfeifer, Improv Medicine were recently featured at the Taos Health Symposium held at the Sagebrush Inn.
There will be networking from 5:30 to 6:00 pm. Showtime is at 6:00.
The event is free and participants can expect an evening of entertainment, education, and inspiration with a focus on communicating, connecting and being confident in their interactions with colleagues and customers.
Jason has been super busy lately Painting Taos Pink for October Cancer Awareness, but took some time out to support TEN and their new Business Developement Manager, Rose Reza for a night of Networking and fun!
Rose, who has deep roots here in Taos (her maternal grandparents were from here and this is where her mother was raised) but grew up in Albuquerque with frequent visits to this valley. After graduating from UNM Anderson School of Management her career took off.
Yet another remarkable Taosena, she was the first Latina to become a Regional Vice President for Wal-Mart. In 1998 the Walton family honored Rose with the Sam M Walton Entrepreneur Award. This award is given to management who exemplify Sam Walton’s leadership style.
After 20 years in Corporate America and 8 years as a Business Development Manager, Rose made the decision to move back home to be closer to her family. In her new position with Taos Entrepreneurial Network she gives one on one consultation to Entrepreneurs and new and current business owners and facilitates the TEN Networking Events and the Real Talk Sessions on the second and last week of each month.
Rose currently lives in Valdez where she cares for her family’s properties including the orchard her grand-father planted in the ’50’s. She’s been pressing cider at TCEDC’s Community Kitchen all month and until it ends later in October, you can find her at the Farmer’s Market on the Plaza every Saturday.
You can also contact Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more info about TEN and what they do, please visit their site linked below this post.
All images c/o Rose Reza and Jason Pfeifer
2 thoughts on “Improv Medicine At TEN”
Can not wait! What a great piece! Thank you Lynne!
You are so welcome! Break a leg!
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