Carolyn has donated 1 x half-hour mentoring session to Mummy Mentoring Festival – supporting Share the Dignity.
Click the link to read all about Mummy Mentoring Festival and Share the Dignity.
Carman’s was founded in 1992 by Carolyn Creswell. The then 18 year old first-year university student bought the small muesli business where she worked part-time for $1,000. At the time, they supplied a few cafes and delis around Melbourne.
Carolyn now sits on the Board of the Human Rights Law Centre. She is an Ambassador for the Asylum Seekers Resource Centre and Smiling Mind. Most recently, Carolyn has accepted the position of Patron of the St Kilda Gatehouse.
Carolyn’s business acumen has led to a number of accolades including being named the 2012 Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year and the winner of 2007 Ernst & Young’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. She is also a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Note: Mentoring call will be conducted at a mutually convenient time and valid for a period of 12 months from the date of the 2017 Mummy Mentoring Festival.
Carolyn can mentor on
- Starting a business
- Growing a business / strategic planning
- Product development / marketing
- Work life balance
- Time management
To win a mentoring session with Carolyn, you must purchase a $4 ticket at this link. One $4 ticket is worth one entry. To enter twice, purchase two tickets and so on. The winner/s of the mentoring session will be drawn on Mon, Sep 25 at 10pm.
You can donate as many times as you like to one mentor to increase your chances of winning. You can also donate to as many different mentors as you like. All funds raised go to Share the Dignity.
Winners will be announced on the MM FB page and also emailed directly.