In this episode of the Entrepreneurial Leap Podcast, host Shaunette Stokes interviews Dajuh Sawyer, a St. Petersburg native and graduate of FAMU with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Dajuh is on the verge of receiving her Master's in Nonprofit Management.
Dajuh is the founder of the Make It Out Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at empowering young people. She was inspired to start this movement due to her own journey from having nothing to achieving significant success at a young age.
Dajuh has also recently become a published author with her book titled "Seven Days to Make a Way". This motivational journal aims to provide daily positivity and mental refreshment, helping readers navigate through life's daily challenges. Despite her initial hesitations, Dajuh was able to complete and publish her book in just two months, which she attributes to her therapeutic process of writing.
Dajuh’s entrepreneurial journey was influenced by her own life experiences and the urge to make a positive impact on others' lives. Through her journey, she seeks to inspire others to overcome their personal challenges and strive for success.
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