An Interview with Lauren Gibbs

Lauren is always thinking about strength & fit. As Regional Sales Director for Trumaker - a men's apparel startup that designs built-to-fit dress and casual button down shirts and blazers, along with ready-to-wear items - and Member of the US Women's National Bobsled Team, Lauren knows first hand what it means to be a woman in a male-dominated industry.

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An Interview with Domenique Garcia

For Domenique, bringing people together to share stories while 'breaking bread' is nothing short of an honor. She has traveled border to border and coast to coast, and while she is best known for her Creole/Cajun foods, her passion is across the board.

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An Interview with Debbie Mann Jacobs

Debbie Mann - mother, wife, business owner, friend, daughter, sister, and volunteer - has learned firsthand the meaning of sacrifice. After losing her father suddenly, she stepped up to help her mother run the family business, leaving behind a job and community she loved. Instead of seeing this as an obstacle, she found a way to successfully run her family business, while also staying committed to her passion.

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An Interview with Kenyora Johnson

Kenyora Johnson, mentor and truth-seeker, has been committed to empowering girls and women throughout her entire educational and professional career. Knowing firsthand what it's like to be a role model, she shares what inspires her, and discusses some of the challenges she faces being a woman of color in her field.

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An Interview with Rachel Glazer

After planning events for 15 years in the private and non-profit sector, Rachelfounded Rachel G Events, where she plans and executes a wide range of corporate and social events, conferences, fundraisers, galas, private parties, and missions. She has a background in Management and Jewish Communal Service which gives her an edge in her field.

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An Interview with Leila Wolford

After deciding to leave school in Boston at 19, Leila followed her gut and moved back to Brooklyn to pursue a career in styling and never looked back. 11 years later, she is at the top of her game, and still climbing.

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An Interview with LB

After spending years as a Social Worker - working with homeless teenagers, in prisons, and for the emergency department - LB pursued her passion and became a Police Officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In addition to patrolling the streets, she is an Academy Instructor - teaching Police Response to Persons with Mental Illness - and part of the Critical Incident Team - responding to line of duty incidents.

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An Interview with Joy Daniels

In every generation there is an artist who pushes industry standards and musical palettes to the limits, and Joy Daniels is such an artist. A Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter/producer, Joy's vibe is that of what could've happened if Kanye West & Lauryn Hill had nurtured a protege. Like the two aformentioned, Joy fuses innovative hip hop & passionate vocals to beautifully constructed lyrics & music that explores the complexities of the human spirit.

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