Aug 13, 2018 from 5:30 – 7:30 – Join us to listen to two IMPACTFUL People.

Location:  In Light Hyperbarics 1601 Broadway St. Vancouver, WA 98663


Chad will be teaching us about video marketing that works. Chad Diamond Dann is a Videographer & Editor for Double Pixel Studios based out of Vancouver, WA. Chad has a fire inside of him to be his true self, the best version he can possibly be. He wants the whole world to feel the same, BE GREAT, BE YOU! Chad uses the power of storytelling to create an impact, and help people kick down those doors that they have been locked behind for years.



Melissa Duffy will talk about the important aspects of working with a Graphic Designer. Melissa Duffy was voted 2015’s “Beyond the Wall” graphic designer of the year. In 2014 she graduated with honors from The Art Institute of Portland with a Bachelor of Fine Art. Her dream was to own her own business and generate a creative impact on her community through aesthetic, high-contrast, line weight, texture, and just being a nice person.

Native American Graphic Designer Melissa Duffy is the owner and creative director of Melissa Duffy Creative.Specializing in brand identity, hand rendered illustration, typography, color theory, and print production she wasable to cultivate a successful Graphic Design business in the great North West.While working with local non-profits such as Impactful People NW, DOGPAW off-leash Dog Parks, Marathon Scholars (Reed Creative),and Teach 1 to Lead 1 she has discovered a love for giving back to the community. Collaborating with other local businesses such as ICHOR Studios as a brand consultant, a contractor with Reed Creative and teaming up with BlueValeWriting she found a knack for communication and partnership. One of her favoritecollaborations have been with the iconic Timberline Lodge. Designing their annual Mountain Music Festival collateral and recently rebranding their wine labels. Melissa believes that we all have something to learn from one another, whether it be professional or personal, we grow as a community and education is key.

“Education is the most important goal. Getting to this point through hard work was inevitable, because I never wanted to give up on my creativity. I continue to ask questions, improve and evolve and I always will.”