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Category Archives: Networking & Social

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On The Transit Front, Meet Katrina Ent

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: February 22, 2021
Categories: Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Sustainability, Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, Community Partners, Innovation & Technology, IndyHub

Katrina Ent is an early communications professional, digital storyteller and relationship builder. She’s also a dedicated member of the IndyGo team where she sits at the helm of communications for our city’s transit system. I got to sit […]

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How my office space has become a classroom

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: February 17, 2021
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, IndyHub

“We’re in this together!”  This phrase has become my mantra for the new normal me and my children have created for our family. I’m living the new reality many parents across the Indy community are facing—working from home […]

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Ethan Hochstein | 1828 Leadership Project Spotlight

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: February 12, 2021
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, IndyHub

How do you spend your days? For example, you can tell us about your career, side hustle or exercise routine whatever you want to share here we’re ready to listen. My days are spent mostly outside no matter […]

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An IndyHub Love Story | Eddy & Lindsay Lux

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: February 10, 2021
Categories: Networking & Social, Civic Engagement, IndyVolved, IndyHub

For nearly sixteen years IndyHub has served as a point of connection for many of Indy’s 20-and 30-somethings – connections to places, organizations, jobs, mentors and the one that matters most, people. While we’re all still trying to […]

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