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Starting a business is never easy but black women embrace challenge. More and more black women owned businesses are popping up and it’s time to make millions.

Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Mahisha Dellinger, the founder of Curls. Dellinger grew up in South Sacramento in an area called “danger island.” She says, “all I had was my spirit” and drive to be successful.

She built Curls from the ground up and it is now a multi-million dollar company. She stepped out on faith but kept her day job until the company was bringing in consistent money.

She has started the Black Girls Making Millions Academy to help other women achieve their dreams.

It’s a 4 day retreat to “really focus on getting that thing going.”

The retreat is in June 2019. All of the acrtivites and workshops are free, attendees only have to pay for transportation to the resort and their stay. Registration starts October 15 and there are 50 spots available.



Inside Her Story: The Founder Of ‘Curls’ Wants To Help Black Women Make Millions  was originally published on