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#Entrepreneurship Lunch Series
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The Entrepreneurship Lunch Series brings the founders of creative businesses to campus for roundtable lunchtime discussions. These talks are open to the whole MassArt community. Join us for free pizza and exciting discussions with the entrepreneurs behind some of the coolest businesses in Massachusetts. 


For this lunch we'll be joined by Emily Isenberg, founder of Isenberg Projects. Founded in 2011, Isenberg Projects is a creative consulting agency based in Boston that specializes in place-based work and community engagement. We provide creative public realm advisory throughout the lifespan of a real estate project, helping to solve the complex challenges that reside at the intersection of community, business operations, and the built environment.


About Emily:

Emily is a creative force in place based work, As Founder and Creative Director, Emily Isenberg has led the creative vision and framed commitment to neighborhood scale since IP’s inception. Emily’s dedication to connecting people to ideas, and places has been a lifelong passion.

Drawing on over 15 years of social design, community engagement, marketing and production, Emily has overseen and lead creative activations, engagement programs and pop-ups for large-scale corporations, institutions, universities, and brands in both the public and private sectors across the country.

As a leader, Emily focuses on the intersection of real estate strategy and designed experience for the activation of great public spaces. Often working at multiple scales as a translator between with both private and public clients, she works to develop aspirational yet sustainable and implementable solutions.

When Emily isn’t at work, she’s riding one of her vintage road bikes to Cambridge coffee shops, or to check out local art and cultural experiences in basements, bars and museums alike.

Emily holds a BA in Marketing and Communications from Lesley University, has served as a Fellow of the Startup Leadership Program, is currently a contributor to Forbes magazine, and is occasionally as a part time contributor/ teacher to class rooms around the Boston area that have included (Boston University, Harvard University and Massachusetts College of Art and Design).

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  • Kim Otala
  • Megan Cronin
  • Rachel Buckley
  • Christopher Benham

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