Macon Magazine

April/May 2023

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WHAT IS THE MISSION OF YOUR BUSINESS? To help young mothers be the best version of themselves and to raise healthy babies. YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED TO KNOW: My first real job was with the Macon Police Department. I started right out of high school. I was not old enough to carry a firearm, so I worked as a police cadet until I was old enough to go to Macon Tech to earn my law enforcement certification in 1989. I served as the police chief in Montezuma. I was a teen mom and single parent, yet I overcame the obstacles of being a teen mother. I did not allow that to define me or what I was going to be. WHAT HAS BEEN THE MOST CHALLENGING PART OF BEING A FE MALE BUSINESS OWNER OR PROFESSIONAL WOMAN? Not being taken seriously. If everyone would follow the teaching of Dr. Martin King Jr., "Don't judge people by the color of their skin but by the contents of their character." HOW CAN WOMEN BETTER SUPPORT EACH OTHER? By sharing information they have with each other and by networking more and uplifting each other. IN FIVE YEARS, I _________. Hope Mother's Nest will have enough funding via partners and donors to service Central Georgia. I am hoping to provide enough diapers, strollers, car seats, cribs, and other essential baby items to women so they don't have to struggle so much. I hope the young mothers with Mother's Nest will earn the parenting skills needed to raise healthy babies and be the best version of themselves. 2023 Women in Business SABRINA FRIDAY FOUNDER, MOTHER'S NEST INC 1064 PIO NONO AVE., MACON, GA 31204 (478) 228-5562 | FRIDAYMGMTGRP@GMAIL.COM MOTHERSNESTGA.ORG S P E C I A L A D V E RT I S I N G S E C T I O N 82 | APRIL/MAY 2023

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