If you've ever watched Gaby Dalkin on Instagram stories, Facebook Live or a "Snapisode" on Snapchat, you know one thing: she is OBSESSED with sharing her love of food and cooking with her community. Her cheerful disposition and laid-back approach to food has helped ushered in a community like no other. And not only do they crave her food, but also connecting with her online and IRL. Join Gaby on Thursday, May 17th with lululemon's "In the Practice Of" host Kelly Krause as they talk about the importance of cultivating community and why it matters for your brand, mission, or cause. In Gaby's words: IT'S EVERYTHING.
In the meantime, give her a follow on social media at @whatsgabycookin as she travels the US with ...her new book: What's Gaby Cookin / Everyday California Food.
Complimentary coffee provided by our friends at Chameleon Cold-Brew Cold-Brew! Please bring a notebook & something to write with. Comment below with any questions you have for Gaby and Kelly will ensure they are covered during the Q & A.
See y'all there!
Gaby Dalkin is a cookbook author, chef, and food/lifestyle writer based in Los Angeles. She launched her popular website, What’s Gaby Cooking, in 2009 after graduating from college. Packed with recipes, the site is a playful, fun, inspiring, sun-soaked destination for everyone who aspires to live the California life. Dalkin is the author of Absolutely Avocados and launched a line of products with Williams Sonoma. Her new book, What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California will be released April 2018 from Abrams.
Kelly Krause is a Conference Programming Manager at SXSW, writer, speaker, and community-builder living in Austin, TX.
Prior to joining SXSW, Krause worked as an Entertainment and Film Publicist in Los Angeles, starting at E! Entertainment and the Style Network.
In her spare time, Krause is a lululemon Ambassador and is the host of "In the Practice Of," a bimonthly speaker series held at the 6th & Lamar store. Krause's also a cycling ambassador for Rapha and loves encouraging women to get out and ride. She writes a monthly column for CamilleStyles.com called Living Kindly, sharing her journey in fitness and well-being, as well as a column for Forbes focusing on women entrepreneurs. She has pieces published on Time.com, ToryBurchFoundation.org, and more. She currently serves as a champion of WIT, mentoring teen entrepreneurs.
In 2014 she made Marie Claire's Most Connected Women in America "New Guard" list and was honored as a Person of the Year in Tribeza Magazine.
She's appeared in several publications and interviews including Fast Company, Marie Claire, Fuse TV, Austin Way and Austin Monthly, and has given several talks on the power of staying connected, community-building, and stepping outside of your comfort zone.