Tuesday Apr 16, 2013
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM MDT
3333 Regis Boulevard
Monetizing your Passion
How often have you considered pursuing your passion only to be discouraged because you cannot make a living out of it? This Executive Night speaker series promises to be engaging and unique with two different voices of experience discussing how you can “monetizing your passion” from two different perspectives. David will focus on commercializing your ideas while Rachael will present an overview of the new crowd funding legislation and discuss the more important question of how to make money as an angel investor and how to raise money the right way.
Admission: Free. Light Snacks provided.
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Rachael Qualls is the Founder and CEO of the Angel Capital Group, the only angel capital network that invests beyond geographical boundaries. The Angel Capital Group has invested in over 20 companies ranging from Facebook to golf balls.
Rachael is a serial entrepreneur who has launched and operated several companies including: BugleMe – an online social media site providing ways for celebrities to monetize fame, FastPitch – an event design firm, Qualls Properties – A property management and investment firm, and Katalyst – An ebay company specializing in the purchase and resale of high-end goods.
Her corporate experience includes positions with Grant Thornton in Kansas City (Auditing), Ernst & Young (International Tax Consultant in Transfer Pricing), Edward Jones (Financial Advisor) and Pinnacle Financial Partners (Senior Vice President of Asset Management). Rachael graduated from the University of Kansas with Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and Accounting with emphasis in Economics, Finance and International Business. She was one of four principals in Dylan Corporate Services, an independent small business consulting firm. In addition to managing the operations, she provided tax consulting and financial efficiency analysis services to high net-worth clients.
David E. Henninger has worked in the nonprofit sector since 1973, as the executive director of Bayaud Enterprises, Inc. an organization established in 1969. Bayaud serves over 725 people a year and has created thousands of jobs for persons with disabilities.
David has been a featured speaker at a myriad of association meetings and has received numerous honors and recognition as a passionate advocate for the nonprofit sector. He sits on a variety of Boards in the nonprofit sector in addition to being an affiliate faculty in the College for Professional Studies at Regis University.
David obtained a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Administration from the School of Business at the University of San Francisco and pursued doctoral studies in public administration with an emphasis on nonprofit management at the University of Colorado/Denver.
- Take I-70 to the Federal Boulevard exit.
- Proceed north on Federal Blvd. to first stop light (This is Regis Boulevard on your left and W. 50th Avenue on your right).
- Turn left onto Regis Boulevard and go to first stop light (Lowell Boulevard).
- Turn right onto Lowell Boulevard and proceed north past Lot 3 to Lot 4 (about half way down hill on your right). Turn into the lot and park.
- Take I-70 to the Federal Boulevard exit, proceed north (left) on Federal Blvd. to Regis Blvd. (50th).
- Take a left on Regis Blvd., take a right on Lowell Blvd., and go north to Lot 4.
From Lot 4 to the Mountain View Room
There is visitor parking on the left as you enter Lot 4. Claver Hall is the building directly in the front of the parking lot. Go up the walkway on the right and through the double doors on the left.