So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories. They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about. We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.

Claire Hao | The Storied Paperie

When I think about what type of legacy I hope to leave with this business, I think about encouraging others to embrace the life they have been given. We all know that we shouldn’t compare the highlight reel of another persons life with the lowlight reel of our own lives as we scroll through our social media accounts, and yet it doesn’t stop us from believing that our lives are sub-par. In my own life, I realized when I would scroll through the photos on my own phone, from my own life, instead of the photos everyone else posted that day, I was filled with a sense of gratitude. Read more>>

Jerri McInnis | Serial Entrepreneur/ Lifestyle Influencer Jerri of All Trades” “

I want my legacy to be how I overcame a lot of hurdles and curve balls that came my way all at one time and instead of letting it keep me down for a long period of time, it eventually motivated me to push harder and to never give up no matter what life throws your way. What I’ve been through has made me stronger and gave me a purpose and testimony. Read more>>

Raychell Wilson | Hair Braider

I want people to remember me as the open heart . I sympathize with single mothers . Especially young single mothers. I’d help any and everything. From human being to an animal. My grandparents raised me, so it made life growing up different for me than it was for my peers . I want people to remember Me for my shoulder than can be leaned on and my ears that listened to their problems , and for Most of all remember me for my strength as a Black Woman. Read more>>