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Tamara Kleinberg, Chief Imaginator at Imaginibbles

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Tamara Kleinberg has a familiar story with a refreshingly successful twist. She spent 17 years climbing that corporate ladder. At the top she realized "whups" she was at the top of the wrong ladder. Along the way, at different rungs, she’d lent her innovative spirit and idea tinkering nature to global brands like Kraft, Clorox, General Mills and Proctor & Gamble. Dazzled by the climb she paused at the top. She realized two things: 1) those around her, clients and friends and colleagues, no longer knew how to open their creative drawer much less find it; 2) the ladder she’d climbed leaned against the wrong wall. So what did she do? She jumped. Off. The Ladder. And she formed Imaginibbles. (www.imaginibbles.com) Imaginibbles is a for-benefit company. Scooby style “durh?” It means that they balance making profit and doing good in the world. She wants to make it one big conversation and how we do business every day. That meant she is committed to the Dream Big Promise, giving women and children in need access to the basics of life, dignity and hope. They do this by partnering with LifeStraw®. LifeStraw® is an award winning portable water filtration device that provides access to safe drinking water. And there’s more. Tamara is loud and passionate about helping individuals, organizations, communities and our world transform their lives by accessing their creative potential and imaginative spirit. She’s also generous and giving. She offers apparel that makes you think differently, some quirky tools for your imagination toolbox, wacky creative webinars and of course, her musings and all to provide opportunity to others – all with a click of the mouse. Join us and hear how Tamara show us ways to dream big, dream often and think sideways and climb your own ladder leaning on the right wall for you.

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