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A Conference for Northern California Churches
March 4-6, 2021
Hosted at Redwood Chapel
19300 Redwood Rd.
Castro Valley, CA

BASS Convention Presenter: Shantelle Brumfield

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Shantelle Brumfield
Shantelle Brumfield

Director of Community Engagement
Las Vegas, NV

I have extensive experience in the arenas of Creative Entrepreneurship, Creative Curation, Entrepreneurial Empowerment and Financial Fitness .

After close to a decade of working 9 to 5 as a save your life scientist/part-time entrepreneur, I figured out that I am more into the creative side of things. Over the years my creative appetite has lead to the development and curation of over 500 creative projects, including multiple-platinum recording albums for high profile recording artist, brand development campaigns, visual art shows, art installations, corporate mixers, fashion shows and a host of speaking engagements. When I am not in my lab creating magic, I am traveling the globe teaching unique crochet techniques to amateur and seasoned knitters alike. My superpower is my ability to connect with people.

If you'd like to get in touch with me for brand development, curation project, speaking engagement or corporate mixer with a LadyBug flare, please contact me and let's build.

2018 Workshops

Evangelism & Outreach: Generational Connection: Translating The Ministry Online


Today’s world engages online more and more than any other form of communication. Everyday, among the critical age range of 13-27, millions of ideas are shared and fostered online. People operate, learn and form relationships through screen-time interactions. They buy groceries and even watch TV. Unfortunately, the church as a body has chosen to eschew technology and as a result, miss out spreading the Word. While traditional measures such as community events, pastoral office hours, access to services for those in need and local community outreach around the church still hold real value, these ministries need help getting in front of their audiences in this digital age. New delivery methods are needed to maintain effective engagement in your core young adult audience.

Every day in America, we are bombarded with over 5,000 ads a day. Therefore, grabbing the attention of your core audience becomes a premium. As a result, how you deliver matters as much as the content of the message. Millennials are looking for answers and searching for ways to balance their faith in this digitized world. With a few simple steps adapting principles to the new distribution methods, we can show you how to get the most from your ministry efforts, by crafting a compelling story to connect with young adults and providing your congregation with digital workspace to spread the Word to the next generation. It's time for churches to make generational connections.