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DCWBC Women Entrepreneur Profile: Kids and Culture, LLC

This is part of a series of profiles showcasing the talented entrepreneurs of NCRC’s DC Women’s Business Center. Kids and Culture, LLC is a women-owned business started in 2010 by Jania Otey that provides cultural education, programs, classes, camps and cookbooks for kids. What inspired you to start your business? In 2010, Kids & Culture …

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DCWBC Women Entrepreneur Profile: Hortiki Plants 

This is part of a series of profiles showcasing the talented entrepreneurs of NCRC’s DC Women’s Business Center. Hortiki Plants is a women-owned business started by Dr. Victoria LeBeaux in 2017 that provides eco-friendly garden kits. What kind of product or service do you sell?  Hortiki Plants provides eco-friendly garden kits that make sustainable gardening simple and fun. Hortiki’s …

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DCWBC Entrepreneur Profile

This is part of a series of profiles showcasing the talented entrepreneurs of NCRC’s DC Women’s Business Center. Nicole’s Kitchen is a women-owned business started by Nicole Flint that sells fresh baked treats to the DMV area.

DCWBC ShopHER Profile: Batax Bule

Today, we spoke with Metrini Geopani Weaver, owner of Batax Bule. Batax Bule is a globally inspired and ethically sourced fashion, jewelry and home textile design studio based in Washington, DC, and one of the women-owned, small retail businesses located at ShopHER.

DCWBC ShopHer Profile: The Elm Shop

This week we talked with Elaine Myada, owner of The Elm Shop and participating vendor at ShopHER. The Elm Shop is a women’s boutique that curates unique and beautiful items that support Black-owned businesses and HBCUs across the country.

DCWBC ShopHer Profile: Yul D’Uz

This week we talk to Yulia Semchenko, owner of Yul D’Uz. Yulia designs women’s outerwear and accessories using a traditional, handmade material from Central Asia called ikat.

DCWBC ShopHer profile: T&U Cashmere

Hello! This is the first in a series of profiles showcasing the talented entrepreneurs of ShopHER, a pop-up incubator for women-owned small businesses in the DC Metro Region. Our first interview is with Tosca Metz, owner of T&U Cashmere.

How Kim Alfonso is Creating A Diverse, Inclusive and Accessible World for People with Disabilities

DC Women’s Business Center, Founder Feature: Kim Alfonso is the Co-Founder and CEO of Results One LLC , and is a client of the DC Women’s Business Center, an NCRC program. Kim Greenfield Alfonso is a native Washingtonian and the daughter of medical professionals who graduated from Howard University. She credits her father for instilling in …

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