“When people come together who all care about a specific idea that’s relevant to our city, or to young professionals here, it’s a jumping-off point for people to be able to talk to each other.”
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Being “authentic” at work is a good thing, but consider tempering it with a bit of old-fashioned discretion.
Stage design, thick skin and project management are all skills Dominique Luster finds helpful in her career.