Youth Business Panel

Virtual Roundtable Discussion

November 19, 2020 4PM

Moziah Bridges is the CEO of Mo’s Bows a handmade bow company. Mo’s Bows mission is to make you look and feel your best while catering to the sometimes conservative, fun-loving lady or gentleman.

Haile Thomas is 19 years old, an international speaker, wellness & compassion activist, content creator, author of "Living Lively".

Aboubacar is 18 years old and has started his first year at Georgia Tech. During his freshman year in high school, he began to look for a job. He found that at the age fourteen (14) no one would hire him. He decided that he would hire himself. So when he returned, he conducted a survey and found that his peers liked the high in designer brands. He decided that he would create the next designer brands.

James started working in a kitchen in 7th grade, being a line cook for a family’s friend restaurant. Becoming manager at 18 (senior year of high school), and then signed co-owner at the age 21 (sophomore year of college), the restaurant has gained a powerful reputation with the local residents of East Point.

Cory Nieves also known as "Mr. Cory" always dreamed of making the world better for everyone he knows. That passion, combined with a love of treats and an entrepreneurial spirit, led him to be the owner of Mr. Cory’s Cookies at just six-years-old

ShopFromMya was opened in January 2020. The shop provides Mya a way to sell products and advertising services to her consumers. She is part of a national program called Youth Entrepreneurs.

Temple Lester is the gifted, award-winning 13-year old creator of “STEM Girl Swag”. She expressed an interest in science at a very early age. In 3rd grade, she launched www.JustTemple.com, a website dedicated to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Technology (STEM). Her goal is to encourage more of her peers to take an interest in science, especially girls. Temple provides free workshops, classes and motivational talks to get youth involved in STEM.