We reached out to Geauga County small business owners and asked them for the story behind their businesses as well as any advice they have to offer other small business owners and those looking to start their own small businesses.
It’s been a year of adventure, learning, growing and expanding for Ubuntu Wellness owners Jen Emch and Erin Moore.
And the dynamic duo can’t wait to see how their dream continues to unfold in the new year.
“I’ve learned a lot more than I ever thought I would and I know we’ve got a lot more to learn, but there’s certainly more rewards than there has been negatives,” said Emch, who is a supervising licensed professional clinical counselor with Family Pride of Northeast Ohio.
Renee Jones Empowerment Center held its annual Woman to Woman Conference on May 16th at Collinwood Recreation Center. This year's theme was "Women in Motion". It was an afternoon filled with beauty, joy, inspiration and motivation. A big THANK YOU to the wonderful presenters (Cicely Campbell, Emily Capuria, Jen Emch, Tymeka Greer, Carla Lovejoy, Diane Turner, Tamiko Jenkins), as well as all of our lovely participants.
With a degree in dance and a license in professional clinical counseling, Jen Emch always dreamed of joining the healing powers of both worlds to help others. “However, life is what happens to you when you are making other plans,” Chardon’s Emch said, referring to how she became immersed in her work in the mental health field.