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Tenlie Mourning

Mon, Feb 7    11am

Storytelling and how to adapt it to building tech ventures is hosted by Tenlie Mourning, a member of the Columbia Startup Lab, and focuses on framing technology ventures using the ‘lean start-up method.’

Tenlie Mourning is an NYC based creative and entrepreneur. Her academic and professional career has explored design-thinking + architecture + creative writing and those fields in application to brand strategy and business development. She is currently the founder of Dendwell, a social commerce platform for furniture and home decor.

TechSHOPS is an interactive lecture series hosted by the Building Science and Technology at GSAPP that provides hands-on opportunities for students to engage with building technology from a variety of perspectives and scales. Each lecture concludes in a collaborative workshop.

Organized as part of the TechSHOPS, an initiative launched by the Building Science and Technology Sequence of the Master in Architecture Program at Columbia GSAPP.

This lecture is being held in person and is open to Columbia University affiliates with a Green Pass.