A vision for co-working, podcasting, and community in Ashland
With COVID cases declining, more people are going to work in actual offices, instead of in corners of their homes. Co-working spaces had been on the rise before the pandemic, and Ashland has a new one.
Catalyst features co-working spaces, meeting rooms, a podcast studio, and more. And it is meant to be a place for BIPOC and LGBTQ members of the community to gather in support of diversity and collaboration.
Precious Yamaguchi is the owner and Samuel Campbell is a member of the staff and podcast manager.
They share the vision for Catalyst in a chat with the JX.