Co-working is a way for innovative people to work in a flexible, shared space within a collaborative community.
Located in the heart of Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem, Flywheel is our community’s 24/7 co-working space, where people can come together to work on the fly, learn and share knowledge. Open and enclosed spaces available. Membership is limited.
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Our Chief Knowledge Officer is a tour de force for mentoring, motivating, and coaching talented professionals, entrepreneurs, and innovators. She engages with Flywheel members to help them identify opportunities for entrepreneurial education and professional development, and then sources the appropriate information and resources to enable them to take their talents and ideas to the next level.
As Flywheel’s connector-in-chief, Monica brings her exceptional track record of building entrepreneurial communities, teams, programs and networks to benefit Flywheelers. She is a recognized leader in the field, with strong regional and national network of relationships built over her impressive career.
Our Community Manager wears many hats—a mix of office manager, relationship builder and culture cultivator, who enthusiastically works to create a culture focused on supporting members to make the co-working environment more than a space, but a community. Jennifer represents the day-to-day face of the company & reflects the energy of the space.
She handles day-to-day operations of Flywheel, develops & manages resources, fields requests from vendors and members, manages events, leads the intern program and serves as a brand ambassador for the Flywheel in the larger community.
Lauren is a recent graduate from North Carolina State University with a degree in Communications, concentration of Public Relations, and a minor in Journalism.
As Community Coordinator, Lauren assists the Community Manager with day-to-day operations and member relations, in addition to facilitating and preparing special programming events.
Holley Shearburn is a design student at Salem College. She will be graduating in 2015 with a focus in Architectural Studies.
Marissa Pinder is a junior at Salem College. Majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in international trade, she is also minoring in Spanish and Environmental Studies.