Lilly Zaborowski started Well Connected Twin Cities after struggling to find the right local practitioners to treat her son Leo. It took years to find the support she was looking for. Now, through Well Connected Twin Cities she helps people connect with the local wellness community in a faster and simpler way.
Arielle Grant joins Lilly on Well Connected Twin Cities podcast to talk about the space she's cultivated for self-identified Black and Brown women. Hear the story of why she created this space and learn about the impact it's already having on members.
Adia R. Louden, MPH is a passionate storyteller, the creator of Dialosophy and an insightful writer. Her first publication for Passion Collective, a community of women who are helping each other thrive in work and life, features our Founder, Owner and Executive Director.
United States of I-D, a British bimonthly magazine published by Vice Media, dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture has published an article featuring Render Free.
This article includes our Founder, Arielle Grant, along with two Founding Members,
Leslie Barlow + Leesa Kelly.
Written by Ashley Tyner + photographed by Nina Robinson.
Titled: Meet five women sustaining protest and hope in Minneapolis
Ose Sesay, Senior Consultant and Founder of Push Strategist, has graciously decided to use her platform to uplift the voice of our founder! Learn about the genesis story of Render Free on this Push Talks podcast.
Render Free featured on panel discussion with Black business owners and entrepreneurs from the Twin Cities area.
Joined by Andre Creighton, founder of TurnSignl, Louis Hunter founder of Trio Plant Based Restaurant, Eyo Ekpo, founder of Partum Prime Partners and Gloria Atika, Financial and IT project consultant in the craft beverage industry.
Render Free featured on Kyla Studio Branding Instagram Live.
Hosted by co-founder Kenzie Achterhoff. Founder, Arielle Grant, discusses the history of race in America, the importance of racial trauma healing and how to begin work as a white ally.
Render Free featured on Boston Scientific's Bridge Connection Podcast.
Hosted by Process Engineer and Black Employee Resource Group board member, Jasmin Flowers. Founder, Arielle Grant, discusses the conception and mission Render Free and the effect of
COVID-19 on the Black community.