Registration Underway for Cryptocurrency Workshop on Sept. 20
PITTSFIELD — If the recent gyrations of cryptocurrency have you perplexed, then get a balanced take of the current landscape at the Dulye Leadership Experience (DLE) ownership workshop, “Demystifying Cryptocurrency,” on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Registration is underway for a one-hour, virtual conversation with nationally recognized experts Paul Farella and Alexandra Renders of Berkshire-based Willow Investments. The program begins at 5 p.m. Click here to reserve your virtual seat.
Farella and Renders will answer questions and offer insights on where they see digital currency heading. Attendees will grow what you know about what blockchains are and how they work, the impact this technology can have on business and society, and the opportunity and risks inherent in this space.
Willow Investment is a certified B-Corp and designated Woman Based Enterprise investment firm, one of the few woman-run firms with this distinction. Renders’s experience spans 36 years in the financial industry. She founded Willow in 2009 and serves as CEO of the Pittsfield firm. Previously, she served as first vice president of Investments and a senior leader at Berkshire Bank. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Connecticut.
As the managing director at Willow Investments, Farella leads the firm’s cryptocurrency and digital assets division through Willow Crypto. He holds an MBA with a focus on sustainability from Antioch University New England. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford.
Since 2008, the Berkshire-based Dulye Leadership Experience has invested in the professional development of thousands of rising leaders worldwide. Critical skills and connections for career success are grown through year-round training, subsidized by DLE founder and entrepreneur Linda Dulye. DLE’s diverse, global network of ambitious professionals learn from and inspire each other to find their passions and maximize their impact in their respective communities.