This Strong Women, Strong Coffee is in partnership with BMO Harris.
Fueled by entrepreneurs, this will feature a live interview with a strong woman who has achieved success in business or entrepreneurship. The audience will hear her story of success and feel a connection with other strong women on their own journeys, finding inspiration along the way. All are welcome. Join us to connect with other entrepreneurs and get inspired.
Born in Chicago but raised in the City of Milwaukee, WI, Kizzie’s future success was only deemed a dream. She attended public schools during primary, intermediate, and high school years. Even during her high school year, Kizzie was committed to tutoring and assisting her peers to reach their highest potential. She went through many trials and tribulations, including becoming a mother at a young age and loser her own mother 6 months after. Following the completion of high school, Kizzie continued her education and began to discover her career opportunities by receiving a Nursing Degree from Milwaukee Area Technical College in 2005. She worked as a nurse for 7 years, receiving high remarks from her employers. Kizzie recognized her passion to help others and decided to build her own business in Home Care; Home at Heart LLC in 2012. After being in business several years, Kizzie launched several other businesses, such as New Beginnings Adult Learning Center, Home at Heart Construction, Home at Heart Properties, Advanced Transportation, which offers dump trucks and non-emergency medical transportation services, Kinzie Scrubs, and FireSide BBQ and grill to name a few.
Kizzie was recognized as a woman of disction with Milwaukee Magazine in 2021, she also completed the Scale-Up Milwaukee cohart 9 in 2021. She has joined several community outrach programs, and has always prided herself on giving back to her community. Kizzle is in the process of completing her Master’s of Nurse Practitioner and will utilize her new degree to finally fulfill one of her lifelong dreams of ppening a free clinic for women and children.
August 17, 2022
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Venue: WWBIC - Milwaukee
Venue Phone: 414-263-5450Address: