Daina Storey — You Do Your Part, I'll Do My Part, And We'll Support Each Other

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I got to sit down with Daina Storey—the Director of the Nashville Social Enterprise Alliance, the co-founder of The Kkumi Project, and the co-founder of Fischer Storey Consultants. She has been giving a damn for so long! And she continues to find more ways to do so. Don't miss this episode—you'll be encouraged and challenged!

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