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End of Life Caregivers

Death is a subject so taboo that people are often in need of comfort and familiarity wherever they can get it. Jessica Boyd was a private caregiver when she came across an ad for a women’s mentor meeting at her local Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC). She attended just to see what it wouldContinue reading…

Tail Wags Playground

Born in Peru, Stefannie Sanchez moved to the United States with her family when she was young. Without speaking any English, she came to Ohio with hopes of building a new life. Sanchez comes from a family of entrepreneurs and her Dad owned his first business by the time he was 18-years old. She alwaysContinue reading…

Dublin Vision

More than 116,000 Ohioans will have vision impairment by the age of 40, but thinking about our vision typically happens only at an annual checkup. In Cara Lai’s case, she grew up knowing she wanted to go to school for optometry and continued to push her knowledgeof vision science, especially for children. She worked forContinue reading…