Today, I'm kicking off a series of interviews I'll be sharing. I don't know what to call this series. "CLEANANDSTRONG Companies." "Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurs." "Bad-ass Bosses." I don't know.
The reason I'm interviewing these different entrepreneurs is to learn from them. And I'm excited to share the interviews on here so that you can learn from them too.
Why did they start a business? How did they do it? What mistakes have they made? What can we learn from them - their heart, their passion, their experience?
Entrepreneurs are the ones creating the future. These entrepreneurs want the future to look better than today. I want to learn from them and join them.
This first interview is with the amazing Ava of slumlove.com. She was kind enough to welcome me into her home where she runs her ethical fashion business (when she's not in Kenya working side by side with the other women creating amazing sweaters and shirts).
I hope you enjoy hearing her story and her advice to others who want to make a difference in the world.