097: Fuel Your Social Enterprise with Your Passion & Past Work Experience with Sonia Fay Stolfo, Founder of the Afrikan Clothing Co.

Sonia Fay Stolfo identifies as a queer entrepreneur who has made Portland, Oregon her adopted home for the past decade. Equipped with a degree in Economics and several years of nonprofit experience, she hatched the idea to start the Afrikan Clothing Co., a social enterprise based in Kenya. The business is dedicated to producing custom fit women’s clothing while investing profits back into the community through projects that support young women and girls. She is currently working to secure seed funding for her business, and believes in its immense potential to lead the way forward for conscious business practices.

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Questions Answered in this Episode

·      Who is Sonia, and what does her business do?

·      What motivated Sonia to start her business?

·      How does Sonia empower LGBTQ communities?

·      How can you get in touch with Sonia?

Resources Shared in this Episode

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·      Contact Sonia by Email

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