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Western Women’s Business Center and the AABA

Tara Brown, the Associate Director of the Western Women’s Business Center in Asheville NC, talks with Aisha Adams about what WWBC can do for new and growing businesses in our region and announces their partnership with the African American Business Association (AABA).

For more about Western Women’s Business Center, visit https://www.wwbcnc.org/

To learn more about AABA, visit their Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/905639549585241/

Listen to the AABA podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6RkkKvAMCoqM5lpyTyxuf0

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About The Author

AishaAdams

Aisha Adams is a social media influencer with a heart for community economic development. Through her personal platform Nappy Thoughts (www.nappythoughts.com), Aisha has been a resource to individuals and families healing themselves from mental, emotional, and physical trauma. Her written work has appeared in publications like The Asheville Citizen-Times, The Asheville Grit, and The Final Call. Aisha has a BA in English with a concentration in creative writing. She has a Masters in Post-Secondary and Adult Education. Aisha is also the founder of Aisha Adams Media Group (AishaAdamsMedia.com), a firm that specializes in assisting small businesses with remaining relevant within their communities as they increase their revenue through marketing. Currently, Aisha is working on Equity Over Everything a project to advance equity by closing the gaps in homeownership and business in under resources communities.

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