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Below is a compilation of a series of blogs which detail the journey of why MalamaDoe needed to be created and the intricacies of how it was done. The blogs begin after Sheila spent a year in Shorewood coffee shops meeting with talented women contemplating opening...

Four Hurdles Faced by Female Entrepreneurs

For the past few years, I have attended many events focused on entrepreneurship with my goal being how to best help women entrepreneurs flourish. I was inspired when the below hurdles were brought up in 2015 at my Alma Mater’s Booth Women Connect Conference in...

Up Next to Bat, Julie Knox!

Batter up! It’s the bottom of the last inning and my nine-year-old son is up to bat. His team, The Emeralds, is playing in the Little League championship—and they are losing. No pressure. My colleague, Julie Knox, is also at the game because her son plays for the...

Striving with Sharlen

A week ago, the attendees of MalamaDoe’s Fireside Chat were 
treated to a wonderful experience. We heard the story of how a 
true Grass Roots Activist came to make an impact in
 our city. We had the great pleasure of having Sharlen Moore tell 
us the inspiring story...

Learning to Accelerate with Accelity

We had a great honor of having Jackie Steinmetz, the founder of Accelity Marketing , come for our March Fireside Chat. Over 30 women filled the house, eagerly anticipating hearing about the journey of a woman from the neighborhood who successfully launched a business...

A Groundbreaking Chat with Marian Singer

We had the great honor of having Marian Singer come to MalamaDoe’s Fireside Chat at the end of February. We had over 30 people come into MalamaDoe. The large turnout was due to the motivating nature of Marian’s story, her passion for her field, and the impact her...

A Friend like Anjum

Years ago as a fresh face in Shorewood, I walked into a playgroup with a six-week old baby in one hand and the determination to make new friends in the other. It was there I met Anjum Alden. As the years past, we saw each other around town. As her children were older...

Kickstarting with Kiva Loans

I firmly believe that for change to take place, we need to help one another. If we want women to move forward in the work place, to be kinder to other women, to treat each other with dignity, respect, and encouragement – then change starts with us. I believe in the...

Kiva Loan

I firmly believe that for change to take place, we need to help one another. If we want women to move forward in the work place, to be kinder to other women, to treat each other with dignity, respect, and encouragement – then change starts with us. I believe in...

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