How do you turn a deep-seated passion for peace, justice and community engagement into a living? This is the question Tyrone Botelho, 31, and Tiffany Hoang, 26, were asking themselves in 2014. The two former Peace and Conflict Studies majors hit it off during a restorative justice training session Botelho was helping run and Hoang was attending. They were desperately trying to find a way to earn a living while promoting and maintaining their ideals. Help came from Botelho’s landlord, Robin Nasatir, who was the program director for Youth Business USA (YBUSA), an organization dedicated to helping young entrepreneurs succeed.
WEV is thrilled to dedicate an evening to honoring the impact of women entrepreneurs in our community! Please join us in celebrating WEV’s Fall 2017 SET graduates, and other small business owners that have reached significant milestones.
Please join us at BizWorld.org's 14th Annual Education Riskmaster Luncheon honoring Steve Huffman, Co-Founder and CEO, Reddit Be sure to arrive early to support the BizKids in their efforts to win $1,000 for their school using their entrepreneurial talents and knowledge gained through the BizWorld program.