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NAME: Clara Polito OCCUPATION: Head baker and founder of Clara’s Cakes, curator, high school student LOCATION: Atwater Village WHAT’S YOUR HUSTLE: I bake happiness into people’s lives. The remainder consists of homeschooling, refreshing my instagram, and figuring out how I’m … Continue reading
NAME: Sarah Anne Hartzog OCCUPATION: Jewelry Designer LOCATION: Los Angeles WHAT’S YOUR HUSTLE: After almost 10 years in the fashion industry, I bailed and started Hartfield in 2011. My first collection is for Spring ’12 and everything is made with … Continue reading
NAME: Una Kim OCCUPATION: CEO, Keep Company LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA WHAT’S YOUR HUSTLE: I run Keep. We make cruelty-free shoes and various other things. WHAT DOES YOUR HUSTLE MEAN TO YOU: You can live the dream. IF YOU COULD … Continue reading
NAME: Ross Lohr OCCUPATION: Executive Director and Founder of NTC (www.NewtonTanzania.org), Co-founder of Project Repat (www.ProjectRepat.org) LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts WHAT’S YOUR HUSTLE: My hustle is repatriating amazing t-shirts that were prematurely castaway to the developing world, re-branding them, and selling … Continue reading