Elizabeth Cush owner of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, MD progressioncounseling.com Tell us a little about yourself and your childhood. My name is Elizabeth Cush and I’m a licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and owner of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, MD. I’m also the creator and host of the Woman Worriers podcast. I’m one of four siblings and grew up in Philadelphia, PA in an upper middleclass family. One of my earliest memories is my experience of being sex
Lexi Lombara, Co-founder of Colby Davis of Boston. colbydavisofboston.com Tell us a little about yourself and your childhood. I am the CEO and co-founder of Colby Davis of Boston. Along with my mother, Lia Davis Lombara and sister, Taylor Davis Lombara, we founded Colby Davis in 2014. Being 15 years old at the time, I had no business experience but knew that I wanted to be the leader of my own future. At this point in my life I knew that it was time to move forward to get a
We are doing a highlight series on Women Owned Businesses Each issue will highlight 5 woman-owned businesses. We will give you an exclusive interview with each of these inspiriting women and help you connect with their businesses. It’s time to put our money where our mouths are and support local businesses that are Woman Owned. Interview with Angie Stocklin, Co-founder of Readers.com Tell us a little about yourself and your childhood. I grew up on a farm in Paoli, Indiana.
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Tell us a little about yourself and your childhood. I’m a Miami native, born and raised here, which these days is very rare. My childhood dream was to be an astronaut. Fast forward to age 14, I started working as a bag girl at the world-famous Epicure Gourmet Market in Miami Beach. Looking back, this was the first job where what I call the ‘gift of gab’ allowed me to connect with the range of customers shopping at the market. This gift continues to allow me to connect and fin