The Importance of a Child’s Creativity with Meg Hulsey Nov27

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The Importance of a Child’s Creativity with Meg Hulsey

Meg Hulsey believes that all children are artists. Meg is the founder of Art Feeds, a non-profit providing free therapeutic art and creative education programs within schools & children’s organizations.

In this episode, Meg shares:

1) How a little boy’s story started a movement that’s impacted over 20,000 students

2) The biggest lesson she’s learned about growing teams of staff & volunteers

3) Why failing often is a requirement for success

Stay connected with Meg and her entire team at Art Feeds by visiting their website at www.ArtFeeds.org. Their blog is incredible!

You can also find Art Feeds on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. Also, make sure to check out #artfeedshq to see behind the scenes!

If you’re interested in an internship with Art Feeds, or just wanna tell Meg how awesome she is, shoot an email to meg@artfeeds.org.

Wanna listen to this episode on iTunes? Click here. Make sure to ‘subscribe’ while you’re there!