This is exactly why we are overdue in having conversations about how to build equity into our community. We must do work together so that those without privilege are able to improve on financial security.
We found commonality in our experiences, and were able to speak to hurdles that are hard to articulate.
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At a young age, Wendy Sullivan was interested in construction. She eventually opened a residential property and development company and transitioned, 15 years later,
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Changemakers: Working with facts to make change for women and girls through the legislative Office on the Economic Status of Women
On the surface, “community activist” and “businesswoman” could seem like separate career paths. One could imagine the activist as wildly
Roxana Freese: Ownership, from necessity to passion The year was 1966. Roxana (“Roxy”) Freese was a mother of three whose