Trailblazing in turbulence: Black women entrepreneurs in Auburn win NAACP awards

Bowman was the first Black woman in her family to start a business, she told The Citizen. And without anyone to ask for advice, mistakes are going to be made.

Still, this year Bowman able to launch both a nonprofit, Heartwork and Resources, and a business, KamStone Management and Consulting.



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