Dr. Alisha Franklin is a pioneer in the field of Remote Work and Founder of Hera Hub Temecula, a premier coworking space for entrepreneurs, commuters, and digital nomads. She works with enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses, civic organizations, non-profits, and educational institutions to create a Wave of Productivity between headquarters and the home offices of staff members, stakeholders, contractors, and other mission-critical resources.
Dr. Alisha was an early adapter of remote work with over two decades of experience as a leader and team member of remote teams. Her experience has positioned her as a subject matter expert on remote work, with an expertise that stretches beyond pandemic panic. She focuses on a prescription for answering the critical post-pandemic question, “How do we do remote work NOW?”
Dr. Alisha has 15 years of experience as a lobbyist in the healthcare industry, where she facilitated connections, camaraderie, and community-building strategies between elected officials, their constituents, voters, and interest groups. Her ability to find the sweet spot between stakeholders’ competing priorities and viewpoints was instrumental in developing a productive collaboration between interested parties.
Finally, Dr. Alisha founded her small business, Hera Hub Temecula, during the height of the global pandemic – opening her doors for the first time, two weeks before the state-wide shutdown. Her leadership, negotiation abilities, economic prowess, and strategic mind, kept her doors open during a time when many small businesses would close theirs permanently. Her fortitude and resolve are indicative of her ability to lead under even the most difficult of circumstances.