the voices that make a Difference
Empowering marginalized entrepreneurs to share their voice, story, and impact.
We recap our discussion with Sandy Stewart and talk about how sustainability is good for business.
Sandy Stewart: Small Business, Big Impact
Meet Sandy Stewart, founder of Think Big.
In this episode, we discuss small but mighty ways small businesses can adopt sustainability practices.
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About your host
👋 Hi there! I am Malee Ojua
Malee Ojua is the founder and CEO of Portland-based digital marketing agency Sacred Fire Creative. Since starting her company, Malee has met many women business owners who found themselves stuck and looking for ways to move forward. They may have big ideas for their business or serving their community, but they don’t know where to begin.
Often, these women could not move forward because they didn’t feel seen, heard, or supported enough. And in many cases, Malee found that there’s a story of unbelonging behind their struggles.As an Asian-American of mixed heritage, Malee has experienced moments of unbelonging throughout her life. Through the Okina Community, she hopes to build a safe and loving space for womxn business owners to find belonging and support, as well as inspiration to empower themselves and others. Together, we can change the world for the good.