Lizzy Okoro is the founder of of BUNCH Magazine, a limited print magazine with a focus on business and lifestyle tips for creatives. Her stint as a New Yorker inspired Lizzy to share the story of the growing creative class and helped her to realize a lifelong dream of owning a magazine. Through the years of working on BUNCH and interviewing hundreds of founders and freelancers about their career journeys, Lizzy has learned various lessons in entrepreneurship and brand building that she now uses to consult small businesses and to speak on panels across the country.She has been recognized for her work by the Huffington Post, Northside Festival, Create and Cultivate, Squarespace and Urban Outfitters, of which the latter two awarded Lizzy with a $20k grant. Lizzy is currently working on her second company, YesRally.
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