Randolph-Macon College, Ashland Virginia Presented as part of Social Entrepreneurship Week to educate the campus and local communities. Presented as managing partner of Thinkhaus LLC for an informative haustalk. How companies can use design to solve problems in business that will result in a better quality of life for all. 10/11

haustalk: What is Verbal Branding and How Can it Help your Business Thinkhaus partnered with Zuula Consulting, a content management and writing company to discuss how verbal branding impacts marketing efforts. Thinkhaus also discussed their recent B Corp Certification and how it impacts the Richmond community. 6/8/11

The Discipline of Design: A Look at Career Choices Wagner led a gallery discussion about social cause design and gave a lecture on Career Choices in the field of applied design to the local community and design students from surrounding area colleges at Kansas Wesleyan University. 03/11

haustalk: Stereotypes in Mass Media Located at the Virginia Center for Architecture VCA, in conjunction with VCA, Thinkhaus, The Conciliation Project, and Virginia Commonwealth University design students presented a conversion about how stereotypes are translated into the images and sounds that we see and hear in mass media. 03/30/11

haustalk: Making the Web Work for Your Business Located at Baja Bean Company, Richmond Virginia. Technology trends to help make your business run smoothly; Writing techniques for piquing attention and getting results; How to measure the effectiveness of your online activities; Tools (some free!) to help you dip your toe in the online pool; E-mail marketing: is it still effective? 02/16/11

haustalk: The Creative Impact Series, Part 2: Ethical and Racial Stereotypes in Mass Media. Located at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia. Enlightenment and engaging dialog focused on how stereotypes in mass media delays progress for social equality. 11/03/10

haustalk: The Creative Impact Series, Part 1: Richmond Creative Professionals You Should Know. Located at the Virginia Center for Architecture. Six creative professionals from different art and design disciplines presented their work and discussed the benefits of how their unique creative community enriches the Richmond metropolitan culture. 10/26/2010

haustalk: Improving Richmond’s Economy for Local Businesses and Nonprofit Organizations: How To Succeed During the Recession with Effective Marketing Located at Ellwood Café. For one night only Richmond’s top business and marketing professionals are coming together to talk with the local community on how small businesses and nonprofit organizations can find success during the recession and develop marketing plans that enable your consumers and the community to understand the value of your brand. 06/02/10

SUNY Brockport: Visual Studies Workshop Jill Wagner presented at the Visual Studies Workshop to support their commitment to expanding the potential of the media arts, and their impact on visual culture through innovative programs in education, research, production and community service. 02/09