Gain local insight into the online business model with Richland Library’s new EiR
Learn more about achieving work-life harmony while growing a small business and raising a family. Richland Library is thrilled to welcome Shennice Cleckley as our new entrepreneur-in-residence (EiR).
During her residency, which runs May – September 2021, Cleckley plans to:
serve as a liaison between the library and small business community
share her expertise with others by hosting office hours and curating digital content for the library’s website
work closely with library staff to offer programs, which are free and open to the public, that focus on important issues and timely interests of entrepreneurs and small business owners
A graduate of Columbia College with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Public Affairs, Cleckley is the CEO of Smart Cookie Coaching, a business development firm that helps entrepreneurs grow their business with strategic planning, digital skills training and lifestyle integration. She’s also a multimedia personality with her business lifestyle podcast, called Live Fully Expressed, an MC for 1 Million Cups, a member of the City of Columbia’s Accommodation Tax Committee, and chair for the SC Whitmore School Board. To learn more about Cleckley, visit www.heysmartcookie.com/about.
Initially developed in 2019, the entrepreneur-in-residence program strives to offer access to seasoned, diverse entrepreneurial leaders with proven expertise, demonstrated success and the heart of a coach.
For questions, please contact Emily Stoll at 803-587-3637 or firstname.lastname@example.org.