What started out as creating a space for networking and socializing took off and became a business for co-founder of Everyday People Saada Ahmed. The popular pop up brunch has evolved into a space for people of color to unite and overall just have a good time. Saada gets raw in her interview with Revolt TV sharing her journey to entrepreneurship. The road isn’t always easy as Saada suffers from social anxiety, however having positive family members and friends in her corner has helped her to push through. She went from being unsure of her path to living in her purpose and is extremely passionate about her work. Saada is the perfect inspiration and example of turning struggle into triumph.
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