One tool in your toolbox for surviving, understanding, or just living vicariously through the millennial condition. So, here’s one voice, one white guy, one opinion looking at the educated, professional, millennial experience. An experience that matters whether you like it or not.
So, my name is Justin Paul Fenwick. Paul, is my grandfather’s name, German. Justin was a boy martyr, or commonly represents righteousness, and is a distinctly Irish name. And Fenwick is, well, an ‘outlying dairy farm’ and lays claim to my dominant English heritage. I am a DGCHHM (Do-Good Capitalist Hippie Hipster Millennial), these words will organize and filter my content, while also being the namesake of my “newsletter”. I am a creative tech-savy business professional always seeking to utilize economic principles and sound business practices to create greater impact and sustainability for socially-just and enviro-positive causes. I have expertise in:
- Stakeholder Engagement, Outreach, and Community Building
- Strategic Planning
- B2B Sales & Employee Engagement for Gov’t/Nonprofit/Social Ent.
- Arts Entrepreneurship/Education
- L3Cs vs. B-Corp vs. Hybrid
- Social Accounting and Metrics
- Alternative Commuter Transit Programs, Promotion, and Product Development
- Social Media Training/Integration
- Professional Event/Conference Planning
- Business/Grant/Copy Writing
JustinFenwick.net – DGCHHM (Do-Good Capitalist Hippie Hipster Millennial)
One tool in your toolbox for surviving, understanding, or just living vicariously through the millennial condition. Because of what I am, what we are…but I’m not sure where our voices are. We hang on the breath of culturally in-tune X’ers & Boomers, if we’re lucky. Few of us have truly private lives or should I say, data. In exchange for information and lots of it, including the control of our personal connections, we get better ads, better products, and more happiness. Some of our generations early entrepreneurs are counting on it. Then for those like me, not buying it and seeking something more authentic, we’re in it for the long-haul. So, here’s one voice, one white guy, one opinion looking at the educated, professional, millennial experience. An experience that matters whether you like it or not. Does this make me the entitled Millennial so many write about? No, it makes me the realistic Millennial that most don’t write about. What to expect: Relevant and enjoyable or honest content across social platforms, including 2x blog posts, daily.
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