Join the Rowan Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, in partnership with 1776, for the Making a Maker Series. This session will feature maker Necole Ganley, Founder/Owner of Serenity Shells. Please RSVP for this event by clicking the green “RSVP” icon.
Click here to access the event via Zoom: go.rowan.edu/MakingAMaker
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About the Maker
Necole Ganley is the Founder and Owner of Serenity Shells. As a hard-working single mom of two children Necole, like many, was let go from her full-time job due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Necole saw this time as an opportunity to start a new venture and so Serenity Shells was created. Necole makes one of a kind trinket dishes with ethically sourced oyster, scallop, and clam shells. Serenity Shells has exploded in just months, selling online and in six stores. Necole’s story is an incredible example of resilience, dedication, and creativity.
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