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OUR APPROACH

Innovation

There are three key mechanisms that are driving contemporary social innovation:

 

  • Exchange of ideas and values

  • Shifts in roles and relationships

  • Integration of private capital with public and philanthropic support

 

Public Interest

  • Pryme Solutions focuses our efforts on engaging the public to identify the ideas, aspirations and values of diverse communities to increase public knowledge for our clients.

Conflict Resolution

  • We frequently assess the potential for conflict and work to resolve disputes throughout the planning and implementation phase.

  • We lead with proactive communication, which allows us to prevent unnecessary conflict.

  • We provide neutrality during mergers, leadership transitions and private/public partnerships.

 

Artful Living

  • We offer full service event management that specializes in entertainment excellence. We are a team of seasoned industry professionals with a proven track record in performance and visual arts.

  • We specialize in marketing, production, and artist development. We cater to the needs of individual artists and independent distribution labels.

 

Engagement Opportunities:

Pop Up Salons

Pop Up Salons are events that provide networking and professional development opportunities in an informal setting. These are often held in hair salons, barber shops, coffee shops and other local assets where communities gather.

 

Pop Up Trainings

Pop Up Trainings take place quarterly and provide an opportunity to explore the political landscape and consider participating in the Women In Politics Bootcamp.

 

Women In Politics (WIP) Bootcamp

Women in Politics (WIP) Summit

ABOUT OUR LEADERSHIP

LaShawndra Vernon is focused on improving the quality of life in communities while advocating for international human rights. Her work is focused on developing programs with an equity lens. LaShawndra has been an active contributor to policy recommendations that address social determinants of health. She facilitates and contributes in several initiatives focused on improving community conditions. She has an extensive background in health research, and community engagement to inform best practices and identify trends in public health and wellness.

 

LaShawndra has a BS in Criminal Justice and Human Services from Springfield College and an MA in Public Service and Dispute Resolution from Marquette University.