Tami recently was one of six women entrepreneurs profiled by DailyWorth.com for their dedication to mixing capitalism with altruism.
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From the article:
Many businesses have long included a desire to give back to their communities in their mission statements. But more business owners are now launching their companies with purely altruistic motives. In fact, the state of California recently established a new corporate entity called a benefit corporation, which is reserved for businesses that consider a public benefit, whether social or environmental, as one of its main goals.
Writer Nancy Mann Jackson profiles Tami’s story and asks a couple questions, including how Tami defines success in her field:
I have been fortunate enough to generate enough revenue that it allows me to continually provide support needed by families raising a child with autism, stay current with training and education and work out arrangements for some families unable to pay. I believe in paying it forward, and it seems every time I take on a family unable to pay, I get another client who can.