What: Watermark Books & Café invites you to attend a virtual event with local entrepreneur Christina Long! Join us in virtually welcoming Christina to Watermark for a Q&A and discussion of her new book For the Greater Success—an inspirational read that provides a compelling case for undertaking personal improvement in ways that impact well beyond self from Wichita entrepreneur and minority business advocate Christina Long.
When: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. (CT)
Where: This is a virtual event and will be hosted online using Zoom Pro Webinar & Facebook Live.
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About the Book
In her debut book, entrepreneur and minority business advocate, Christina Long, reveals the lessons that helped her pivot toward a life of greater success. From humble beginnings, Long's pursuits to create a stronger minority business base in Wichita, KS caused her to rapidly rise in prominence and influence.
More than an inspirational read, For the Greater Success provides a compelling case for undertaking personal improvement in ways that impact well beyond self. With words of wisdom from a deep roster of mentors and interactive questions, Long offers a path forward to readers who are at the intersection of discovery and the pursuit of purpose.
About the Author
Christina Long is an entrepreneur and community-builder who is passionate about diversity, inclusion, and economic development through entrepreneurship.
Long is a Wichita native, Wichita State University graduate, and owner of CML Collective, LLC, a graphic design and communication services firm. She is also the Founding President/CEO of Create Campaign, Inc., a tax-exempt nonprofit she established to help urban entrepreneurs in Kansas to launch, innovate, and grow.
Long leads the Wichita Urban E-Community, has served on the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors, and is a new author of her debut book, “For the Greater Success.” Her numerous honors include receiving the: Chamber’s Exceptional Young Leader Award, earning a Wichita Business Journal Leaders in Diversity Award, and being named the Kansas Minority Business Advocate of the Year by the Kansas Department of Commerce’s Office of Minority and Women Business Development.
Long is married to Jonathan and the couple has three brilliant children, Amarah, Malcolm, and Jordyn.