I love white chocolate, tequila, and #blackgirlmagic.
Wassup, y’all! My name is LC and I am the founder of Zora’s House. I am a southern girl by birth and upbringing and still very much getting used to snow, corn fields, and people who say “pop” instead of soda. I graduated from college with a degree in Women’s Studies and no idea what I wanted to do with myself but eventually found my way into the non-profit sector working with young women of color, and then into the world of solopreneurship as a writer, teacher, and consultant on the topics of women of color leadership, entrepreneurship, and authenticity.
I moved to Columbus in 2015 and immediately felt a desire to “get connect” with other like-minded women of color but had a hard time doing so. I was looking for a space where I felt safe and at ease, where I could take off the mask, where I could laugh and learn and meet women who would become a support system for me here in Cbus. I couldn’t find that space and the idea for Zora’s House was born.
In addition to Zora’s House, I still work full time as the Director of Leadership and Social Justice at YWCA Columbus (downtown). And when I’m not at the YW or at ZH (which is rare), I love to read; take road trips; drink beer; eat at food trucks; watch tv; or kick it with my hubby, my eighteen-month old son, and our dog Huey.
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