In episode 5 of Money on the Table, Julien and Kiersten Saunders meet with three amazing women in Harlem, NYC to enjoy ice cream at Sugar Hill Creamery. They are Jamila Souffrant of the Journey to Launch Podcast, Carmen Perez of Make Real Cents and Yanely Espinal of Miss Be Helpful. While there, they discuss what it's like managing money as women and how the personal finance landscape is evolving. We also discuss diversity in money media, fintech, supporting families and the challenges of striking out as entrepreneurs.
In this episode, we also here from Petrushka, the owner of Sugar Hill Creamery, to learn about what motivated her to open her ice cream shop, the reception from the Harlem community and what motivated her to open this family-owned business.
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