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Ensuring Your Legacy Through Employee Ownership
September 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Join the Greater Washington Center for Employee Ownership (GWCEO) and Project Equity for an interactive webinar to explore how employee ownership can provide an exit option that can:
- strengthen your business,
- provide a competitive sale price, and
- keep it rooted locally.
This event is geared towards legacy business owners and worker-owners exploring exit options.
About the Speaker
Donna Sky is a long-time social entrepreneur and San Francisco business owner. She is the founder of Love & Hummus Co., a mission-driven food start–up she operated starting in 2009 and grew from inception into a national brand. Love & Hummus is nationally recognized for its innovation, social and environmental impact and was named twice by B Corp as a “Best for the World Company.” Donna began her career in higher education and later founded the non-profit World Trotters, an early online multicultural education program.
Donna’s work with Project Equity is led by her expertise as a business owner, her passion for using business as a force for good, developing a more inclusive economy, and the creation of more employee-owned businesses. Donna has an MA from Kean University’s Professional Counseling Program and a BA in Psychology from Montclair State University. When not working Donna enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.
The mission of the Greater Washington Center for Employee Ownership (GWCEO) is to promote and support employee ownership in D.C. and surrounding counties in Maryland and Northern Virginia in order to preserve legacy businesses, increase job quality and build community wealth.
GWCEO serves as the central hub for information, technical assistance, resources and access to capital to owners interested in selling their business to their employees; employee groups interested in purchasing a business; and workers who wish to start up a company with shared ownership. The center is powered by Wacif, and builds on a long and rich history of employee ownership in the Greater Washington region. Learn more.