EPISODE 4: These Formerly Incarcerated Women Launched A Worker-Owned Business

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Show Notes

ChiFresh Kitchen is a worker cooperative, which means the founders share equally in the management of the business and the profits. But those aren’t the only benefits they have in mind. The founders say they’re trying to empower formerly incarcerated women, give themselves a second chance, and show others they can do the same thing. This episode is part of The Bottom Line, a series exploring scalable solutions for problems related to affordability, inclusive economic growth and access to capital. The Bottom Line is made possible with support from Citi.

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