This episode features the story of Devita Davison, the first guest in this year’s March Women’s History Month “Powerful Women Entrepreneurs” Series. Devita’s personal story is one of grit, determination, and regrowth. She tells us about her journey from Detroit to Michigan State University to New York and the corporate world to her own food businesses in Brooklyn, and back to Detroit after Hurricane Sandy destroyed her home and businesses.

Devita detailed the founding and growth of FoodLab Detroit. She expresses her commitment to sustainable food access

for in Detroit and other cities in America. Devita also participates in Mustard Seeds, a community of professional women who mentor each other to success.

Our listeners will be sitting on the edge of their seats as they listen to Devita, the daughter and granddaughter of preachers, tell her story and advocate for food justice while living and working in both Brooklyn and Detroit.

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