Ep 3. Bad For Business: Am I Worthy of Greatness? Ft. Noora Sharrab – Founders Fund

Ep 3. Bad For Business: Am I Worthy of Greatness? Ft. Noora Sharrab

Get your tissues ready, because this is an emotional episode!

This weeks episode features Noora Sharrab, founder and CEO of Sitti, which means "my grandma" in Arabic. Sitti is a social enterprise that aims to empower and restore hope to refugee women through the making of olive oil soap and other timeless products. Noora is the recipient of our Resiliency Fund, which interestingly enough, she didn't think she deserved to apply for. 

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In this Episode: 

Host: Vivian Kaye
Producer: Chizoba Oriuwa
Episode Guest: Noora Sharrab

This week we're bringing you our third episode featuring the recipient of the Resiliency fund plus something we are excited to share shortly... Noora Sharrab.

This episode ended up going totally off script and turned into a vulnerable conversation about why woman feel like they don't deserve to be supported, and why you should ask yourself "what would Chad do?"

Listen to Noora's Episode

This weeks episode features Noora Sharrab, founder and CEO of Sitti, which means "my grandma" in Arabic. Sitti is a social enterprise that aims to empower and restore hope to refugee women through the making of olive oil soap and other timeless products. Noora is the recipient of our Resiliency Fund, which interestingly enough, she didn't think she deserved to apply for. 

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