After closing two businesses she has finally found the support she needed. Inspired by her father’s philanthropic heart and her daughter’s career in the Marines, Elaine is beginning a pie company that will employ veterans.
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SeaTac business owner, Dieynaba, opened Saran African Market in 2010 in honor of her mother, Saran, who owned and operated a food wholesale and distribution business in Côte d’Ivoire. Dieynaba’s own journey began when she immigrated to the US in 2002, following the passing of both of her parents, with the goal provide financial support… Read more »
One of the highlights of FIN’s 2015 Celebration was a presentation on refugee experiences. Floribert walked through the physical, psychological, and emotional impact of the Congo’s last 20 years of war and the jarring loss of identity felt in the refugee camps. To him, this is a death and the transition to life in the… Read more »
What a success! We had over 80 people attend the FIN Resource Fair on April 29. We had over a dozen service providers tabling and several inspiring speakers, whose stories you can read in this month and July’s spotlights. Check out the photo album that Community Advocate Sheelan Shamdeen put together. We heard a lot… Read more »