No To Patterns™: The Live Experience
An Intimate Conversation with JerriAnne Boggis
Thursday, February 8
Doors 6:30pm / Event 7pm
Location: 3S Artspace
Pay-what-you-choose (Starting at $15) / Students $5
Engage. Connect. Change the patterns.
Passionate about uncovering and celebrating New Hampshire's rich racial history, JerriAnne Boggis is a writer, educator, and community activist. As the Executive Director of the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire, she tirelessly works to correct the historical record of voices that have been marginalized.
You’re invited to listen to an inspiring interview of how JerriAnne is leaving a long-lasting mark on the Granite State. We’ll highlight the passion behind preserving African-American history, her commitment to shedding light on untold stories and sparking important conversations that join communities.
Leading with Grace and Power: An intimate conversation with JerriAnne Boggis. Hosted by founder of No to Patterns ™ and TEDx Speaker, Courtney Daniel.
About No To Patterns™:
Seacoast organization, No To Patterns ™ was born out of necessity to address the lack of accommodations available to Black, African-American, and People of Color who live on the Seacoast. A determined mom, Courtney Daniel, wanted to create a community of resources for those who are considering moving to the Seacoast area and to nurture those who have called New Hampshire home.
What is the LIVE experience?
The LIVE Experience is an intimate quarterly discussion series that features passion-driven leaders from New Hampshire. You’ll join business owners, educators, students and supporters of change in one room for organic storytelling.
Our community resource hub serves as a vibrant platform, creating a space to share experiences and uplift individuals of color in their New Hampshire journey. Engage with the positivity of genuine community building for an inclusive and supportive environment. This event promises an enriching vibe where every voice adds to a positive and empowering experience.
Courtney Daniel is a highly accomplished Executive Virtual Consultant specializing in supporting entrepreneurs to streamline their tasks and cultivate a harmonious administrative environment. With a keen eye for executing impactful product launches, virtual workshops, and branding strategies, Courtney is no stranger to innovation. She thrives on breaking the mold and forging her own path, consistently achieving remarkable results. Her dedication and exceptional relationship-building skills have granted her the privilege of collaborating with renowned industry celebrities.
Courtney's passion for design has garnered national acclaim, exemplified by her prestigious recognition from the United States Postal Service for her captivating postage stamp creation. She has also been invited as a guest on esteemed podcasts such as "So Money" with Farnoosh Torabi and "Entrepreneur on Fire," where she shares her invaluable insights and experiences. Furthermore, her work has been prominently featured in reputable publications like Huffington Post and various other media outlets.
Beyond her professional pursuits, Courtney actively engages with her community, connecting with individuals and sharing their stories through her resource group, No to Patterns™. She also lends her expertise as the Board Vice Chair at WSCA, Portsmouth Community Radio, Board Member of Business Alliance for People of Color (BAPOC) and Advisory Panel for Arts In Reach (AIR) further amplifying her commitment to nurturing meaningful connections and dialogue.
In addition to her role as an Executive Virtual Assistant and Consultant, Courtney is an award-winning radio show host, business owner, TEDx Speaker + Host, 10 to Watch 2023 Nominee, BLM Seacoast Community Leader recipient and a passionate advocate for her community.
JerriAnne Boggis is the Executive Director of the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire, an organization that preserves, celebrates, and honors African-American history in the state. She is a writer, educator, and community activist who works to correct the historical record on the racial complexity and richness of New Hampshire’s diverse past. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2022 Social Innovation Leader Award in the non-profit sector by the Entrepreneurs Fund of New Hampshire, the Ona Judge Award by the Human Rights Society in 2021, and named as one of the ten most influential women of the century in New Hampshire by the Seacoast Press in 2020. Most recently, an interview with her was featured in the November 2022 issue of Yankee magazine.