How to form a mentor relationship and what to expect from it
Panel discussion with
Cyndi Prince, Founder and CEO of LooHoo Balls and
Jula Sampson, Owner of A.E. Sampson & Son
Do you have a mentor? Someone who encourages and guides you on your professional journey? Perhaps you have wondered how this type of arrangement works. How would you go about finding the right person and knowing when and how to ask for help? Or perhaps you have hard-won experience or you would like to share with someone starting out and have would like to know more about how you could present yourself as a resource.
Cyndi Prince and Jula Sampson have shared a mentor/mentee relationship. They’re joining us to share their story and explain how they made the most of their connection. Cyndi and Jula will explain how mentoring works, demonstrate its benefits and inspire you to implement it for yourself.
Cyndi Prince is the founder of LooHoo, LLC, a Maine-based company that makes and sells LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls, a reusable, energy-saving alternative to dryer sheets for those that are concerned with protecting their family’s health and the environment.
Cyndi began her entrepreneur journey by completing business development courses including New Ventures through Women, Work & Community (New Ventures). She has been a recipient for an Eileen Fisher Women-owned Business Grant, a MTI Seed Grant Award, a SPANX by Sara Blakely “Leg Up” Promotion winner and featured entrepreneur and was selected as the SBA 2014 Home-Based Business Award for Maine and New England. She resides in Camden with her husband Scott Stoughton and their son Graham.
Jula Sampson, along with her husband Paul, is the owner of A.E.Sampson & Son Ltd, a custom wood flooring and millwork company, that they have run and operated since 1984. She follows market trends and machinery advances and proudly sources materials from sustainable forests. Early in 2010 , A.E. Sampson & Son reached a goal of recycling all waste materials from wood production.
Jula has been on - and for some have led - the boards of the following organizations: Maine Wood Products Association; Forest Stewardship Certification Council, Northeast division; Friends of CSD; Five Town CSD School Board, Building Committee Five Town CSD, Penobscot Bay Chamber of Commerce, Lincolnville Budget Committee, Lincolnville Boat Club, Camden International Film Festival and Points North Institute.
Registration deadline is Friday, February 2, 2018
Payment with a credit card is required to complete your online registration.
Thank you to our February sponsor: Camden National Bank