by Jenee Darden
|Kelechi Anyadiegwu, Lisa Lou Who, Toni Carey|
In this social media age, people are starting businesses and making money in unique ways. For this podcast episode of Cocoa Fly, I interview women entrepreneurs who are handling their business.
Zuvaa founder Kelechi Anyadiegwu turned a $500 investment into a $2 million dollar traveling African fashion marketplace. I met cosplayer Lisa Lou Who at San Francisco Comic Con last year. She's is in the business of bringing our favorite characters to life through costumes. Black Girls Run co-founder Toni Carey talks about how her organization is making a difference. Black Girls Run is partnering with Lexus for the upcoming Lexus LaceUp Running Series in Orange County, California.
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