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Our Featured Guest for March 21st is Sarah Shaw

Sarah Shaw is a celebrity designer, CEO for Entreprenette (as a consultant for entrepreneurs) and is the host of the podcast, “Get a Street Smart MBA” about entrepreneurism. She’s an expert on successfully launching products through promotion to A-list celebrities in addition to traditional marketing and sales strategies. Her first business was creating thousands of costumes for blockbuster hits like Star Trek: First Contact, The Matrix, and Ocean’s 11, among others. In 1997, she launched Sarah Shaw Handbags, which became a 7-figure business, in part, because she figured out the secret to getting her handbags on the arms of more than 70 celebrities like Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, and Courteney Cox, which lead to many appearances in magazines, on TV shows, and films. Her handbags were carried in more than 1,200 stores including Bergdorf Goodman, Barney’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Read more at:

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Bernard Law & Angie Tran are the inventors of Kind Laundry, the revolutionary eco-friendly laundry detergent sheet that is kind to you and the environment. An easier, greener, and more convenient way to do your laundry. No more plastic waste, no more spilling, no more harmful chemicals, at:

Sam Caucci returns to Passage to Profit with updates about 1Huddle. Sam is the founder and CEO of 1Huddle, a game platform for employee training, powering the people that power teams. 1Huddle is the fastest way to fire up your team, all your training in a game, on your phone, at:

Michele Joseph returns to Passage to Profit to discuss SGAP Leaders’ partnership with 1Huddle and more. Michele is the Founder and Executive Director of SGAP Leaders (Student Global Ambassador Program), a non-profit organization with a vision to cultivate the next generation of global leaders through programs for 7th – 12th grade students, focused on STEM, Sustainability and Social Justice, at: