Join us live on Military Spouse Appreciation Day 2020 as we sit down (virtually) with 4 military spouse entrepreneurs in conversation with Southwest Regional Executive Director, Sabrina Wojtewicz and Digital Community Manager, Liz Marion.
Bunker Labs #All_In Virtual Town Hall is a 30-45 minute live conversation. Be prepared to participate in a live Q&A with other business leaders who have been through tough and uncertain times like the one we are currently experiencing amidst the coronavirus crisis.
This conversation is part of the #All_In initiative, created to inspire and equip the entrepreneurs in our military connected community to continue moving their businesses forward.
Registered attendees will receive a link and instructions on how to join the Virtual Town Hall in their confirmation email.
*This event will be recorded. Participation in the meeting indicates your consent to being included in the meeting record.
Southwest Region Executive Director
Liz Marion attended UNC Wilmington and graduated with degrees in both Film Studies and French Language.
Liz started her career in the entertainment industry where she worked as an independent contractor and consultant on both independent and studio projects. Liz eventually started to pursue live event production in the entertainment industry and has produced several multi-day events for filmmakers and creators from around the globe.
As a military spouse, live event production has allowed Liz to work across the country for many different organizations including Milspo Project and Bunker Labs. After serving as a volunteer city leader for Bunker Labs’ Wilmington, NC chapter, Liz took a full-time position with the organization as the digital community manager, bringing her organization, logistics and connectivity skills online to serve the military connected community full-time through meaningful and intentional virtual experiences.
Liz strives to encourage veterans and military spouses to pursue their dreams by working for themselves to create a job that feeds their passion and moves with their lifestyle.
When she isn’t generating new ideas or facilitating a virtual event, Liz spends her time paddleboarding, enjoying the ocean waves and reading professional development books.
She currently resides outside the gates of Camp Pendleton with her Marine husband and dog Archer.
Sabrina Wojtewicz is currently Southwest Region Executive Director with Bunker Labs, where she leads operations and ecosystem development in Texas and Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Additionally, she advocates and sponsors initiatives for women veterans and military spouses nationally within the organization. Most recently she has added national partnerships strategy and cultivation as well as a national launch of Bunker Labs’ scale program, CEOcircle to her list of priorities. Passionate about innovation and personal, professional and leadership development, she believes that servant leadership is the best kind of leadership. She has worked with and for companies large and small including cultivating and securing major partnerships with Dell, USAA, WeWork, and Starbucks. She’s also worked with companies like JP Morgan Chase, National Oilwell Varco, Oracle, IBM, and the DoD on collaborations and partnerships that bring positive impact and results.
Prior to launching Bunker Labs in 2014, Sabrina worked with startups and small businesses as a brand and marketing consultant, where she supported dozens of small businesses with the creation of messaging that aligned with their mission and target market. Of notable success was supporting WellTronics, MWD from concept to acquisition 2008-2011.
Sabrina was born and raised in Dallas and has been a resident of Austin since 2004. Her interest and enthusiasm to empower others and give back to her community led her to found and organize the largest women’s small business networking group in Central Texas formed in 2006. She has served on multiple boards including Rotary and is a co-founder and collaborator on several initiatives where she contributes her time and talent towards an innovative startup community of military service members, veterans, and military spouses as they launch and accelerate businesses. Most recently, she’s supported a collaborative creation of the National Security Innovation Council out of Austin, Texas. Additionally, she’s an advocate, mentor, and speaker on servant leadership for those seeking their next challenge or opportunity.
Sabrina studied Business Administration and Marketing at Concordia University and Communications & Journalism at Austin Community College. She lives outside of Austin, Texas with her husband of 15 years (USMC), their two children, and three Labrador Retrievers.