Quincy Yoga and Massage is a wellness studio located in downtown Quincy, MA offering yoga, fitness and meditation classes as well as massage therapy to a growing community.
The Little Saltbox, a 3 bedroom, 2 bath classic Maine summer vacation cottage with a private backyard and in-ground pool. The property is a peaceful, inviting, and restorative home and vacation hangout owned and operated by Jeanne Dasaro and Alexis Schroeder. Read more about the history of the Little Saltbox by the Sea.
Additionally, bookings and reservations are available here.
Jeanne Dasaro is the founder and main organizer behind Wonder Women of Boston.
Wonder Women of Boston is an open community of ambitious, accomplished women of all ages and backgrounds in the greater Boston area. Our networking events serve as opportunities for professional and creative women to come together and learn about each other’s work. Our workshops, hosted by local practitioners in a wide variety of fields, aim to provide women with useful skills for rewarding life and work. For more information or for a calendar of events visit: http://wonderwomenboston.com
Photos from past Wonder Women of Boston events are below.
Named Wentworth Institute of Technology’s first Innovator-in-Residence for two semesters.
Work focused on serving as a valued mentor to students participating in innovation and entrepreneurship programming, expanding networking opportunities for students, faculty, and staff with entrepreneurs and leaders in the innovation space, and collaborating with faculty and staff to advance Wentworth’s position in Boston’s local innovation economy.
The SOCIAL INNOVATION LAB [SIL] launched on May 20, 2013. It highlights the focus of our Wentworth’s students to create, design, and develop product and technology innovations that make an impact to communities and individual’s lives.
ACCELERATE is an innovation + entrepreneurship challenge for Wentworth students turning ideas into reality. The focus is on the learning experience!
Between 2008 and 2012, The New Prosperity Initiative (NPi), publicized the efforts of individuals and organizations working to build social and economic prosperity in and around Boston, Massachusetts and later, throughout New England and Detroit and a few locations worldwide. Through media and events, we aimed to help weave a network of ideas and solutions aimed addressing the root causes of systemic social and economic issues. As our work evolved, we began entering the conversation on systems change and emergence and began leading workshops like “Social Media Meets Purpose” and “Rethinking Careers in Social Change for the 21st Century”. Learn more at http://thenewprosperity.org/
Jeanne was Co-founder of The New Prosperity Initiative, responsible for Business Development, Operations, Events, Video Production
Stories and interviews by Jeanne Dasaro