BostonTalks: Green

THU, MAY 17, 2018 (1:05:38)

At BostonTalks, networking meets short talks for a smarter happy hour. Speakers share their stories in connection with the theme of “green.” Learn about Fenway’s Green Monster, cold hard cash, and the environment! Image: Pixaby

+ BIO: Christian Elias

Christian Elias is the Former Green Monster Scoreboard Operator and Senior Director of Venue Sales for Live Nation Boston. Elias served for 26 years as the Green Monster scoreboard operator, witnessing three World Series titles for the Boston Red Sox. Now, Elias oversees the premium seating program at many venues across Boston, including Blue Hills Bank Pavilion and the Orpheum Theater. Photo: Christian Elias on LinkedIn

+ BIO: Rachel Rabinovich

Rachel Rabinovich is a certified professional financial planner for the Society of Grown Ups. Rabinovich is a firm believer that financial planning can be a positive and powerful tool for changing lives. She uses her expertise to empower clients through her informative online courses with the Society of Grown Ups. Photo: Society of Grown Ups

+ BIO: David Cooch

David Cooch is the co-founder and Director of Operations at Green Gas Movement. Cooch is an entrepreneur with a passion for the environment. In 2016, he co-founded Green Gas to offset drivers’ carbon footprint by creating an easy way for drivers to support projects that combat climate change. Photo: Green Gas Movement

+ BIO: Edgar B. Herwick, III

Edgar Herwick is the guy behind WGBH’s Curiosity Desk, where the quest is to dig a little deeper into (and sometimes look a little askew at) topics in the news, and search for answers to questions posed by the world around us. His features can be seen on WGBH’s Greater Boston and heard on 89.7 WGBH’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. He also appears regularly with Jim Braude and Margery Eagan on Boston Public Radio. Follow him on Twitter @ebherwick3.

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