Side Hustle is an ongoing series about how Greater Clevelanders, as part time entrepreneurs, are making ends meet and following their passions. Our first feature was on Kimberly Woodford, who started Journey On Yonder, which aims to get more people of color involved in nature.
Olivera Perkins, Signal Cleveland’s economics reporter, would love to hear about your side hustle. Share your story below for consideration.
Most Recent Side Hustle Features
Side Hustle: Robert Johnson, Jr., The Line Dance King
Robert Johnson’s reputation and expertise attract hundreds of people weekly to his classes to learn dance steps and have fun.
Side Hustle: Rita Ballenger, owner of Abolition Bakery
The part-time bakery is her Side Hustle, which is connected to a larger mission. She donates a portion of the profits to organizations that support human trafficking survivors.
Side Hustle: Kimberly Woodford, Journey On Yonder
Kimberly Woodford didn’t set out to become an entrepreneur when she started Journey On Yonder in 2018.
Share your side hustle with the Signal Cleveland
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